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USF College of Engineering Goldwater Scholars

USF College of Engineering celebrates 13 years of Goldwater scholarship

The Goldwater Scholarship Program is the most prestigious award for undergraduate research available to U.S. sophomores and juniors studying the natural sciences, engineering, computing, and mathematics. Five CoE students have received the honor, so far.

May 31, 2024Students

Spring 2024 Interns

USF Engineering Students Embark on Internship Journeys with McCormick Stevenson, Tesla, Palo Alto Networks, and Pursuit Aerospace

USF Engineering Students Embark on Internship Journeys with McCormick Stevenson, Tesla, Palo Alto Networks, and Pursuit Aerospace

February 1, 2024Students

USF Celebrates: Hispanic Heritage Month

Student Spotlight - Hispanic Heritage Month: Amy Chu Ramos

USF Celebrates: 2023 Hispanic Heritage Month

September 25, 2023Students

USF Engineers Without Borders - Bolivia

Meet the USF chapter of Engineers Without Borders

The USF chapter of Engineers Without Borders (USF-EWB) strives to make an impact both locally and internationally.

August 31, 2023Students

welcome back engineering students

Week of Welcome at the College of Engineering

The University of South Florida College of Engineering welcomes back students for the 2023-2024 school year with a week of fun activities and information to help them succeed.

August 16, 2023Students

Engineering interns summer 2023

Engineering students experience a world of opportunities through summer internships

USF College of Engineering Students picked up new skills, boosted their career outlooks and traveled the world this summer through internships with Publix, Medtronic and the German Aerospace Center.

August 7, 2023Students

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

USF’S Sloan University Center of Exemplary Mentoring

Since 2005, the Sloan Minority PhD Initiative has provided $4M to maintain USF’s national leadership in fostering greater diversity in STEM doctoral programs and to support 150 underrepresented students within participating departments in the Colleges of Engineering, Arts and Sciences, and Marine Science. Along with eight NSF Florida-Georgia Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (FGLSAMP) Bridge to the Doctorate Activity grants in the same period, USF has received $12M to reimagine the STEM PhD workforce.

February 4, 2021Students

2020-2021 E-Council Board

USF E-Council Awarded Best Professional Development At NAESC Southeast Regional Conference

Of the participating engineering student councils from member universities, the USF College of Engineering Student Council (USF E-Council) won the award for Best Professional Development at the 2020 National Association of Engineering Student Councils (NAESC) Southeast Regional Conference held virtually November 6 and 7.

January 14, 2021Students

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

USF Environmental Engineering PhD Candidate Awarded Roy W. Likins Scholarship

Adaline Buerck was awarded a Roy W. Likins Scholarship to support her doctoral studies in environmental engineering at the University of South Florida.

November 25, 2020Students

Ossie Douglas in front of the USF sign by the USF Bookstore

Seizing Engineering Opportunities

While completing his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering at USF, Ossie Douglas completed four engineering internships with private companies, a research center at USF and an independent state transportation agency.

October 17, 2019Students

cc salsa booth

A Taste For Entrepreneurship

When Chris Crist graduated in May 2017 with a bachelor's degree in computer science and good prospects for a career as a software developer, he was already the chief executive officer, or chief executive chef, of his own business.

October 31, 2017Students

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

Roboticon Tampa Bay 2018 Scheduled For Sept. 29 & 30

At ROBOTICON Tampa Bay 2018 nearly 1000 students from around Tampa Bay and Florida will descend on the University of South Florida Yuengling Center (formerly Sun Dome Arena) on September 29 & 30 to learn while they play and show guests the power of hands on, mentor driven STEAM education.

July 30, 2017Students

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