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join us for the inaugural fall Civil Engineering Student Retreat/Information
RSVP to Dr. Pesantes (email@example.com).
The School of Computing, Eventbrite and your UNF family thank you for making the Pokémon Go TOURNAMENT a great success.
Florida Section of the AWWA has extended the deadline for the LIKINS
Scholarship to May 31, 2016. This
scholarship is available for Undergrads, Grads and PhD students.
Congratulations to Electrical Engineering Student Ayshka Rodriguez; Engagement Focus: Community-Based Research, Volunteerism, and Outreach.
Ayshka, along with the other Spring 2016 recipients are highlighted on the Osprey Community Engagement website. You are encouraged to read her community engagement bio.
The Summer 2016 applications will be available in early May. We expect to celebrate more CCEC students in the future.
Congratulations to Team Jon, the winners of the Spring 2016 Community Inspired Hack-A-Thon event.
2016 CCEC Innovation Day
The CCEC School of Engineering is hosting the 2016 Innovation day on Monday, April 18, 2016 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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Spring 2016 School of Computing Symposium
The School of Computing Symposium features course projects, thesis projects, and
other types of faculty research projects carried out by undergraduate and
graduate students. Students and faculty will share their work via poster
presentations. This event will provide you an opportunity to have one-on-one
interaction with our faculty and other computing students.
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2016 Greater Jacksonville Seaperch Competition
The School of Engineering and the Outreach & Recruitment Office are
partnering with the Naval Sea Systems Command, Southeast Regional Maintenance
Center (SERMC), Mayport, FL in supporting the Greater Jacksonville Regional
SeaPerch Qualifying Competition which will be held on April 2, 2016 from 9:00am
– 1:00pm at the Cecil Field Aquatic Center, Jacksonville, Florida.
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
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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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.
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.
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.)
The Stenner Pump Company supporting our Osprey Mining Club. They donated $2500 to help with the upcoming NASA competition.
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.
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!
Test your programming skills by participating in the IEEEXtreme 9.0 programming Contest. To participate you must register by
Friday, October 9th.
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.
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....
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.
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On Thursday April 23, 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.
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...
UNF Construction Management students win awards at the 2015 NAHB competition.
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.
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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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.
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
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!
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