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 UNF CCEC Logo   2018 SoE Innovation Day
The CCEC School of Engineering is hosting the 2018 Innovation day on Monday, April 18, 2018 at the UNF Adam W. Herbert University Center. This event highlights our students' senior projects with poster sessions and oral presentation.
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 2018SummerCamps   SOC 2018 Summer Camps
The CCEC School of Engineering is hosting the 2016 Innovation day on Monday, April 18, 2018 at the UNF Adam W. Herbert University Center. This event highlights our students' senior projects with poster sessions and oral presentation. 
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 pic2_small   SOC Students Win First Prize at 2018 OneSpark
School of Computing students developed the SoSympo software as part of Dr. Reddivari’s class and presented at the 2018 OneSpark in April winning first place in the Tech zone. 
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 WomenLeaders_March_2018_100   Women Leaders in STEM Conference
Please join us for the 4th annual Women Leaders in STEM Conference. We are honored to have Astronaut Stott give a keynote speech at 9 am followed by a panel discussion of prominent engineering leaders and networking opportunities.
Tickets are free, but preregistration is required (
http://www.unf.edu/lectures/). The event is open to the public, so please register early and feel free to share this exciting event with your students and community. 

 CBS47_FOX30_ActionNewsJax_100   Adaptive Toy Project for kids
How do engineers help kids?  They help like no others can by creating toys that designed to be fun and helpful.
Video - learn more
 1stCoastNEWS_100   ROBOTS
Could a robot take your job?  Who's going to put the brownie in the bag?  Mechanical Engineering, robots and you.
video - read more.
 Civil Engineering Competition

High School Competition for schools in Duval, Clay, St. Johns and Nassau counties.
Students will solve an engineering problem beginning with an "unconventional approach and then incorporate classic tools such as mathematics, technology, and/or physics.
Learn more.   Download PowerPoint
UPE_key_shadow_100   UPE Scholorships
Please join Dr. Sherif Elfayoumy as we congratulate Nancy Carrier, graduate student and Ian Manuel, undergraduate, for being awarded scholarships from UPE.  It is important we also recognize Drs. Roggio and Ahuja for assisting students prepare their winning applications. Read the full UPE announcement.  

UPE (Upsilon Pi Epsilon) is the International honor society for computing and information disciplines. 
Peter and Chris, Osprey Racing Team   Get to Know Osprey Racing

Team members Peter Bohn and Chris Tenore talk with The Buzz Magazine about how they're taking engineering skills learned in the classroom and putting them to work on the race track.  

See video here: iwantbuzz

 Symposium2016Fall_Provost_Traynham_JSmith_VR_2_100   VRvisu: A Tool for Virtual Reality Based Visualizationof Medical Data    
A large body of research is available on data visualization and many tools have been developed to visually comprehend large healthcare datasets. However, little attention has been paid to the area of visualization using virtual reality (VR).  Dr. Sandeep Reddivari and his student Jason Smith developed a Virtual Reality tool with that in mind.  Read more.
Ahuja_100.0   Cloud Computing is a Wildly In-Demand Skill
Despite an increasing need for cloud computing skills in the global workforce, a large number of colleges and universities are slow to offer courses in this field.  An interview with our very own Dr. Sanjay P. Ahuja, Ph.D, Professor School of Computing.  See full interview here
 Engineering_bigLeagues_industryPartners_100   Engineering in the Big Leagues
"Facing a new challenge is never easy".  
Electrical and mechanical engineering Osprey seniors work a full year with Mercedes-Benz, Stenner Pump Co., and Inspired Energy to complete their capstone senior design projects.
Read full UNF Journal article.
 Arielle O'Neal_student_spotlight_100   STUDENT SPOTLIGHT
Arielle O'Neal, an Osprey Mechanical Engineering student received a scholarship after her exceptional performance during her time in the ACE Mentor Program of Northeast Florida.

Arielle O'Neal's - Bio - Student Spotlight - ACE Mentor Program of Northeast Florida      
 Major Information _ Engineering(1)   Major Information - ENGINEERING
With the rewards that come with successfully earning your degree in Engineering comes the job of first earning it.
Calculus, Chemistry and Physics are Engineering Program Realities.  Read more here to see if you are on the right path.
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  UNF Engineering Graduate Honored as ENR MidAtlantic Names Moguel to List of Region's Best & Brightest
Gregory G. Moguel, PE, ENV SP, NACE CIP II, has been selected as one of the Top Young Professionals in the construction industry by Engineering News-Record MidAtlantic. Moguel is a construction services project manager for Gannett Fleming and leads the design and construction of water and wastewater infrastructure.

    Read more here. 

 Ben Hinson - BizJournals Jax 40 under 40   Construction Management grad awarded prestigious 40 under 40 
Ben Hinson, a Bachelor in Building Construction recipient from the University of North Florida, was instrumental in procuring student housing projects totaling nearly 1.7 million square feet worth over $185 million.

Ben Hinson - The FaverGray Company     
Jacksonville Business Journal full article 
HIC_Flyer_Front   Healthcare Informatics Certificate (HIC) 
Earn a graduate-level interprofessional Healthcare Informatics Certificate at the University of North Florida.

Learn more about this exciting new program.

Apply for the program here.
 AlexSchonning_CAWE   Introducing, The Center for the Advancement of Women in Engineering
Dr. Alexandra Schönning and student Taylor Broussard appeared on First Coast News - The Chat to discuss women in engineering and the new Center for the Advancemeent of Women in Engineering (CASE).
Watch the video
Visit the CAWE website
 Forbes   STEM Degrees get high marks by Forbes Magazine
The World of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) get the highest starting salaries in 2016 by Forbes Magazine.
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 CNN A Toy Workshop for kids with Disabilities  

CNN on UNF's Adaptive Toy Project

This course is transforming children with disabilities in northeast Florida as well as the UNF students who enroll in the class.  Swoop!
Watch the video
 NWWIT_AspirationsInComputing   Congratulations to the 2017 NCWIT Award for Aspirations in computing National Winners.
Learn more about the opportunity to receive prizes and recognition for all that you do or want to do in computing.


 Ayshka - honored student   Engagement Focus - Celebrating Graduates
Congratulations EE Graduate Ayshka Rodriguez for Engagement Focus: Community-Based Research, Volunteerism and Outreach.
Click here to see Ayshka Rodriguez and more UNF graduate winners.
 met_10UNFAdaptiveToy_small   Disabled boy gets speedster wheels from UNF Adaptive Toy Project

University of North Florida physical therapy and engineering students and faculty provide a 5 year old disabled boy with a battery-charged toy car specially modified for him.

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 RibbonCutting_small   UNF Partners with Johnson & Johnson Supply Chain to Establish 3-D Printing Polymer Lab 

The University of North Florida and MD&D Global Services, LLC, part of Johnson & Johnson Supply Chain, have partnered to establish the 3-D Printing and Netshape Technologies Center Polymer Laboratory at UNF. The new lab, in the College of Computing, Engineering and Construction, is dedicated to the study, analysis, research and development of 3-D printing technologies. The grand opening was held on November 20, 2015.

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southBDhub_logo   UNF Partner in Leading Effort Applying Big Data Solutions to Regional Challenges

The University of North Florida is one of 116 stakeholders from academia, industry and the nonprofit sectors that were selected through a competitive process to participate in the proposal, initiation and strategic planning for the South Big Data Regional Innovation Hub (South BD Hub.)

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StennerPumpCompany_small   Stenner Pump Company supports Osprey Mining Club

The Stenner Pump Company supporting our Osprey Mining Club. They donated $2500 to help with the upcoming NASA competition.

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Give Banner   Ditzenberger_Don_Carol_450x300Don and Carol Ditzenberger Endowed Fellowship
Don and Carol Ditzenberger have established an Endowed Fellowship to support graduate students working in the Taylor Engineering Research Institute and majoring in Coastal and Port Engineering.
Learn more about the Ditzenbergers ...
UNF CCEC Logo   Orbital Ospreys orbital_ospreys_20140802_balloonsat_ozzie
Orbital Ospreys is a group of UNF students interested in space-related research.  On August 2, 2014, Orbital Ospreys launched a balloon satellite at DeSoto Lake!
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 spinks_john-whitney_70x70   Building Construction Student Uses Skills on HGTV's 'Flipping the Block'
UNF junior, John Spinks, is a Building Construction Management major and part of the Season 1 cast on HGTV's "Flipping the Block," which premieres Sunday, 20 July, at 9 p.m. He used his construction skills to transform a run-down condo into a move-in ready showpiece.  The UNF Boathouse will host a Viewing Party, at 8:30 p.m. on Sunday, 27 July ... please send R.S.V.P. to a.flores@unf.edu.
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Dr. Mark A. Tumeo

Global competition, the Internet, and widespread use of technology have created the most competitive job market the world has ever known. The College of Computing, Engineering and Construction offers exciting, demanding and engaging degree programs that lead to highly rewarding careers. We provide the type of hands-on technical education needed to navigate the challenges of the new knowledge-based economy and build a successful and prosperous future while developing a sense of community responsibility and global awareness.


Welcome to the College of Computing, Engineering and Construction!    Read the full welcome letter...