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 logo_ccec_70x70  orbital_ospreys_20140802_balloonsat_ozzieOrbital Ospreys is a group of UNF undergraduate students interested in space-related research.  On 02 August 2014, Orbital Ospreys launched a balloon satellite at DeSoto Lake.
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  In the 2014 PayScale College ROI Report, a UNF Computer Science degree is ranked #1 in terms of return on investment (ROI) over 20 years among Florida public universities, and UNF comes in second only to UF in annual ROI for Florida public universities.
PayScale has the salary data to rank hundreds of U.S. colleges and universities based on total cost and alumni earnings.
  20140731_Terracon_check_2aTerrcon 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.
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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
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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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 logo_yahoo_education_70x70 High-Paying Careers You Want Your Kids To Pursue
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.
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 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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  Degrees that prepare you for the 21st century: These five high-tech degrees could give you the skills needed for the high-tech career world.  (article at Yahoo! Education)
  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_ccec_70x70 Spring 2014 Open House
On Saturday, 01 March 2014, the University of North Florida held Open House.  This event provides an exciting and comprehensive look at many of UNF's unique programs.
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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.
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 logo_NAHB_70x70 2014_NAHB_1_team UNF Construction Management students win second-place at NAHB competition
A team of UNF Construction Management students won second place in the national NAHB Residential Construction Management Competition, held 03 - 05 February 2014 in Las Vegas.
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 Merckel-Gerald_2006FES-OTAA_70x70b UNF's Dr. Gerald Merckel is interviewed on Public Radio's "First Coast Connect"
Dr. Gerald Merckel, UNF Innovation Program director, along with Rick Johnson and Jim Ryan of Sports Technologies LLC, joined WJCT Public Radio's "First Coast Connect" show to discuss the concussion detection and reduction helmet system.
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 Logo_NPS_Arrowhead_Emblem_70x70 UNF participates in Timucuan Adventure Day

A team from UNF's EMMAPS Lab, including Dr. J. David Lambert (Construction Management), Terry L. Smith (Research Technology Services), and David King (Computing graduate student) along with Larry Treadaway (UF), led the "Rain Watching 101" S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) activity for Timucuan Adventure Day at the Fort Caroline National Memorial on 01 February 2014.  Children and adults were trained on how to make and report accurate rainfall observations as part of the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow (CoCoRaHS) Network. CoCoRaHS is a grassroots, non-profit, community-based, precipitation-monitoring network of volunteers who take daily measurements of precipitation in their own backyards. Over 130 children and adults participated in this citizen science event.

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  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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  UNF Makes Changes to Produce More IT Grads
Logo_Jacksonville_Business_Journal_250x250Jacksonville'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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