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 WomenLeaders_March_2018_100   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. 

 SAVE THE DATE_100   Save The Date - STEM Workshop for young women grades 5-8.

Expanding your Horizons March 3rd, 2018.  Come join the day-long event designed to expose, stimulate and encourage women in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering + Math.
Learn more here!
 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.
 2017Fall_ComputingSymposium_100   Please come out and Join the School of Computing for their Fall Symposium on Friday, December 1st from 3:00 - 6:00 PM at the University Center.
See the projects.
 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

 FES_374x374   Florida Engineering Society
Thank you for joining us for the Dean's reception in conjunction with the Florida Engineering Society (FES)/FICE Annual Summer Conference,
the 101st Birthday of FES!
More information here. 
Register for the 5th Annual UNF Dean's Reception 
 Symposium2016Fall_Provost_Traynham_JSmith_VR_2_100   VRvisu: A Tool for Virtual Reality Based Visualizationof Medical Data    
Symposium2016Fall_provost_Traynham_JSmith_VR_150A 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.
Read more.
 Women Leaders in STEM Forum banner   3rd Annual Women Leaders in STEM Forum
The University of North Florida’s Society of Women Engineers Student Chapter presents the 3rd Annual Women Leaders in STEM Forum. The forum featured a panel of successful engineering leaders and students enrolled in the program.  Thanks to all who came.

 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.


 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.   



The School of Computing, Eventbrite and your UNF family thank you for making the Pokémon Go TOURNAMENT a great success.
 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.
hackathon winner   SPRING 2016 HACKATHON
Congratulations to Team Jon, the winners of the Spring 2016 community inspired hackathon.
For a list of winners, objectives and details, click here.
Earth with Server  

UNF Students Create User-Friendly Lobbyist Database For Jacksonville​: 

With the help of School of Computing students, Jacksonville residents now have an easier time finding out who’s lobbying city officials as covered by .

Full story here at WJCT

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River City Live:  UNF is the "go-to school for those wanting an immersive engineering experience".

Get and education in engineering while improving the lives of others.  Not only are students learning theory, at UNF students apply that knowledge in a way that impacts those in need. 


Watch the interview with Rance Adams

 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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EttaKappaNu_Photo_small   Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) induction ceremony 

The Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) induction ceremony was held on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 at the UNF Student Union and the following students from the School of Engineering, Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu Student Chapter were inducted.

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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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NationalCenterForWomen   NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing

The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) is excepting applications for Award for Aspirations in Computing honoring high school women who are active and interested in computing and technology and Aspirations in Computing Educator Award for high school educators who encourage girls’ interest and participate on in technology pursuits.  

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Haskell_UNF_Alumni_Small   UNF Alumni at Haskell Show Their Osprey Pride

Our thanks to Stephen Thompson, P.E. who organized this UNF Alumni photo at Haskell on Friday, October 2, 2015. Alumni enjoyed the group photo and took time to take individual photos and selfies with Ozzie! CCEC invites all of our industry partners to send us a group photo of your employees  who are UNF alumni. These photos have become great recruitment opportunities. SWOOP!   

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 ElSafty_70x70   Dr. El Safty named 2015 Educator of the Year

Dr. El Safty, professor of civil engineering, was named 2015 Educator of the Year by the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute, a national scientific, technical and professional institute for the precast concrete structures industry.

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 Kopp_Brian_300x300    SOE Professor elected to the NMSU Electrical and Computer Engineering Academy

Dr. Brian Kopp, assistant professor of electrical engineering, has been elected to the New Mexico State University Electrical and Computer Engineering Academy.  This is a very  prestigious honor, which shows the quality of the accomplishments of one of our recent hires in the School of Engineering.

More info on the Academy....


 Dally_Bill_300x300    FSBPA Bob Dean Coastal Research Award 2015 Recipient

Dr. William Dally, a Civil Engineering professor and member of Taylor Engineering Research Institute, was chosen as the 2015 recipient of the Florida Shore & Beach Preservation Association’s rarely-bestowed Bob Dean Coastal Research Award.



FES 2nd Annual Race for Relevance
Florida Engineering Society's Norteast Florida Chapter presents 2nd annual Race for Relevance on Thursday, January 21, 2016 from 6:00-10:00pm.

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 USACE_Logo_small   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and UNF
The University of North Florida is proud to have a signed partnership agreement with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

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Students Receive Scholarships from Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE)
School of Computing students Spence Southard (Graduate) and Tom Petrocelli (Undergraduate) will receive special recognition awards from Upsilon Pi Epsilon, International Honor Society for the Computing and Information Disciplines. Both students will be awarded $1500 scholarship.

Read more on Scholarship... 

 SHPE   UNF's SHPE Jr. Chapter wins awards at RLDC Region Meeting

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Joint Mission to Haiti
UNF computer science students and one faculty member, in a joint effort with Chet's Creek Church, visit Haiti to replace an existing computer lab with new modern laptop computers.

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Mars Rover Club Takes 6th Place at National Competition
UNF’s Mars Rover club came in 6th place in the NASA Robotic Mining Competition beating out Florida schools UF and FIT as well as MIT and Cornell.

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 FES Logo   2015 Proffessor of the Year - Dr. Alan Harris 
FES awards Dr. Alan Harris with 2015's Professor of the Year

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 ElSafty_70x70    Dr. Adel Elsafty receives a $1,500 award from ICRI

On April 23, 2015 Dr. Adel Elsafty received an $1,500 reward from ICRI for support and sponsorship of UNF students' doing research and activities on concrete and repair. Over 35 CE consultants and contractors were in attendance at the meeting.

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UNF CCEC Logo   2015 CCEC FAB GRAD Award

The College of Computing, Engineering and Construction (CCEC) is accepting nominations for the 2015 FAB GRAD AWARD. The Deadline for nomination is June 30, 2015. For more info... 

FDOT Logo 1   Daytona Osprey 1 smallFDOT wins with help from UNF
Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) presented the UNF with a check for FDOT’s part in winning a national competition for best transportation project in America.

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logo_ospreyracing_70x70   Daytona Osprey 1 smallOSPREY RACING
UNF Osprey SAE Race Team showcased their race car and educated attendees about UNF engineering program at the Amelia Island Car Show.

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2015 NAHB competitionNational Association of Home Builders

UNF Construction Management students win awards at the 2015 NAHB competition. 





SOC Fall 2014 SymposiumUNF School of Computing Fall 2014 Symposium

The UNF School of Computing Fall 2014 Symposium was held on Friday, December 5, 2014 at the University Center. This event allowed students to feature their course, thesis, and research projects.





Community Based Pedatric Adaptive Toy ProjectUNF Adaptive Toy Project

UNF engineering students are adapting battery powered toy cars for use by children with disabilities. Visit the UNF Adaptive Toy Project website. To donate to this project fill out the Pledge Form or go to UNF Giving site (Designation: Other, Acct. #0882-5300-00).

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2014_HGTV_Spinks_601x400HGTV and UNF Flipping the Block

John (a UNF junior in Construction Management) and Whitney Spinks were participants in Season 1 of HGTV's "Flipping the Block."  At the viewing party for the season finale, John and Whitney were presented a UNF Alumni Gift Basket for bringing national recognition to the program.


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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CCEC GEO Lab Receives Support
Terracon Consulting Engineers & Scientists
presented a check of support for the CCEC GEO Lab.  Pictured are Kristopher C. Linster (Terrcon Field Engineer and UNF alumus of Civil Engineering program) and Brad Tompa (Terracon Environmental Department Manager), along with Mark Tumeo (CCEC Dean), and Nick Hudyma (Civil Engineering Professor).
 logo_ospreyracing_70x70   2014_OspreyRacing_SwoopD3_Team_600x400 Osprey Racing Documentary

Watch the Osprey Racing documentary, "Looking Forward." The short video reviews the history and aspirations of Osprey Racing, a non-profit chapter of Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). This group of University of North Florida students are designing and building a formula race car to compete internationally against other universities.
See it on Youtube

 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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 swat_robot_group_swoop_70x70   UNF Engineering Students Repair SWAT Robot
A powerful crime-fighting tool is again ready to serve, thanks to UNF electrical engineering students. The Clay County SWAT Team reached out to UNF after its 35-year-old robot, called the Unicorn, stopped working. Watch the Action News video and the WJXT Ch. 4 video
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 ElSafty_70x70   eslafty_2012_prestressedbigbeamdesign2_400x200UNF engineering student teams participated in the 2014 PCI Big Beam Contest
UNF engineering student teams, led by Dr. Adel El Safty, participated in the 2014 Big Beam Contest organized by the National Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) and sponsored by Gate Precast and Florida Prestressed Concrete Association (FPCA).
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U.S. Dept of Labor seal   High-Paying Careers You Want Your Kids To Pursue
In 2015, per the U.S. Department of Labor Computing, Engineering, and Construction Management careers have median annual salaries of at least $75,000 and are projected to experience high growth from 2012 to 2022.
 logo_NASA_70x70   UNF Engineering Students are "Out of This World" jsc2014e058995_640x426
On 12 June 2014, a team of UNF Engineering students flew with their zero-G experiment aboard NASA's G-Force One aircraft.
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    U.S. is in need of 1 million STEM graduates within 10 years
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 logo_APR_2012_mini_70x70   APR Energy becomes the new sponsor of the Osprey SAE Student Race Team
OspreyRacing_2012_team_400x250John Campion, CEO of APR Energy, has generously pledged to provide financial support and employees will assist as coaches and mentors to the students of the Osprey Racing team.
The College is thankful for APR Energy’s willingness to engage these students in engineering concepts that challenge their academic knowledge and actually puts theory into reality.
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    First CCEC Faculty, Staff, Alumni BBQ
20140521_bbq_dean_2_536x400On 21 May 2014, a crowd of 100 gathered to enjoy good food, reconnect with faculty, catch up with colleagues and meet spouses and kids in an informal and fun setting. The group enjoyed being outside in the courtyard between Buildings 50 and 4, where the kids played corn hole, tossed balls and other beach games. The featured game of chance was the “Dunk the Dean” water tank. Dean Tumeo was a good sport and was dunked a dozen times! We will plan to make this an annual event!
 2014_Prof_of_the_Year_Eason_70x70   UNF Engineering's Dr. Paul Eason is named Professor of the Year
UNF Engineering's Dr. Paul Eason received the 2014 Professor of the Year award by the North East Florida Engineers Week Committee.
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logo_ospreyracing_70x70   UNF Engineering students use 3D modeling to rapid prototype steering gearbox for Osprey Racing
UNF School of Engineering students, members of the Formula SAE Osprey Racing Chapter, designed and constructed a prototype for a 90-degree, steering gearbox using 3D CAD/CAM software and a 3D printer.
Watch the video ...
Community Based Learning   UNF Community-Based Transformational Learning in the STEM Disciplines
The UNF College of Computing, Engineering & Construction provides students in the STEM disciplines with Community-Based Transformational Learning opportunities.
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Jax Business Journal Image   UNF Makes Changes to Produce More IT Grads
Jacksonville's demand for IT workers today is greater than its supply, and it's not only employers who are struggling to keep up. Jacksonville Business Journal's Carole Hawkins reports on changes being made by the University of North Florida's College of Computing, Engineering & Construction to get a larger number of qualified IT graduates into the workforce.
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Aceros_Juan_70x70   Captured in video: Intro to Engineering students highlight engineering principles
Students in Dr. Juan Aceros' Introduction to Engineering course explore engineering principles in this fantastic video ...  
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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...