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  • Summer Programs » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    another culture without disruption to your academic plans These short courses are available to students from many disciplines and all over the world Summer programs are a fun way to gain an international experience while learning new skills and making new friends UF Exchange Programs Program Dates Country Courses Application deadline HKUST International Summer Exchange Program June 22 Aug 15 Hong Kong Physics 2 Engineering Statistics Computing 3 18 2016 University of Michigan Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute May 16 Aug 12 China Mechanical Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering General Engineering 2 15 2016 UF Sponsored Programs Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering Program Dates Country Courses Application deadline UF in Osnabruck Understanding Engineering in Europe May 11 June 19 Germany ABE 4932 Special Topics in Engineering ABE 4932 Experimental Design 3 18 2016 UF in Berlin Precision Engineering Measurement Design July 25 August 18 Germany EGN 4932 Precision Engineering Measurement Design 3 18 3016 UF in Florence Engineering and the Arts May 15 June 24 Italy EGN 4932 Global Water Resource Sustainability 3 18 2016 Non UF Programs Program Dates Country Courses Application deadline Comillas Madrid Summer Program May 23 June 13 June 20 July 11 Spain Spanish Culture Basic Intermediate Spanish Language Research Project Sustainable Energy May 2016 Universite Joseph Fourier Grenoble Summer Program June 2 July 13 France Physical Computing Large Scale Facilities French 3 18 2016 IPL International Summer School June 9 July 13 France Chemical Engineering and Analysis Energy Conversion Agronomy and Agriculture Polymer and Materials 3 31 2016 Catholic University of Lille European Summer Program ESP ESP 1 May 31 June 24 France ESP 1 Renewable Energy Sustainable Entrepreneurship ESP 1 4 1 2016 Catholic University of Lille European Summer Program ESP ESP 2 June 29 July 22 France ESP 2 Renewable Energy Biomechanics Engineering Design Engineering in Global Economies Engineering for Human Health Environmental Awareness ESP 2 5 1 2016 French Nuclear Power May 17 May 29 2016 France Nuclear Energy 3 1 2016 Summer School on Renewable Energy Policy and Development July 1 Aug 3 2016 Germany Renewable Energy Policies and Development 3 15 2016 Munich University of Applied Sciences Engineering for Sustainability July 4 Aug 5 Germany Engineering for Sustainability smart vehicles combustion engines smart environments gas turbines embedded systems sustainable entrepreneurship 3 credits each Choose 2 3 15 2016 TU Munich Summer School Information Technology May 30 June 19 Germany Computer Science Electrical Engineering and Information Technology 3 20 2016 TU Munich Summer School Nanotechnology June 16 July 24 Germany Nanotechnology 3 20 2016 Technion Summer Program Internship July 11 Aug 8 Israel Internship Entrepreneurship 5 1 2016 Technion Summer School of Engineering Science July 28 Aug 26 Israel Choose from Image Processing and Analysis Introduction to Machine Learning Sensors and Nanotechnology Distributed Space Systems Landscape and Environment Advanced Inorganic Chemistry 4 1 2016 Technion Engineering for Developing Communities EDC Opportunity in Ethiopia July 17 Aug 12 Ethiopia Sustainable Community Planning and Development 4 15 2016 Nanyang Technological University Summer

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/programs/international/study-abroad-opportunities/summer-programs/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Upcoming Events » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    from the Dean Academic Components Advising and Resources Introduction to Engineering Design and Programming Program Dates and Timeline Confirmation Form GE SF FAQs Orientations Contact Transfer Student Transition Program International Engineering Programs Getting Started Choosing a Program Types of Programs Finances Scholarships Application Process Study Abroad Opportunities Fall and Spring Programs Summer Programs Course Equivalencies for Study Abroad Incoming Students Applying to UF Academics Course Registration Course Request Form Intern Research Abroad Service Abroad Student Experiences Share Your International Experience International Engineering Ambassadors Current Ambassadors International Student Awards UFIC Outstanding International Student Award Alec Courtelis Award Upcoming Events Contact Undergraduate Research University Scholars Program EGN 4912 Engineering Undergraduate Research Upcoming Events K 12 Outreach Programs Gator Outreach Program Interest Form Upcoming Events To jump start your research career please join us at these following events to find out more about engineering research How to Find a Research Project Presented by Dr Anne Donnelly Date Thursday September 10th 2015 Time 4 00 5 00 p m Location FAB 0105 Register here How to Find an Off campus Summer Research Experience for STEM Majors Presented by Dr Anne Donnelly Date Wednesday September 16th 2015 Time 4 00 5 00 p m Location TUR L005 Register here How to Apply to Graduate School Presented by Dr Anne Donnelly Date Thursday September 24th 2015 Time 4 00 5 00pm Location NRN 0137 Register here What is the University Scholars Program and How Do I Apply Presented by Dr Anne Donnelly Date Wednesday September 30th 2015 Time 4 00 5 00pm Location TUR L005 Register here Undergraduate Research Seminar Safety in Research by Ms Amy Haberman Date Wednesday October 7th 2015 Time 5 00 6 00 pm Location WEIL 270 Mandatory for students registered in EGN 4912 Undergraduate Research Seminar Safety in Research by Ms

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/programs/undergraduate-research/events/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Visit the College » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    Preparation Current Students Gator Engineering Attribute Awards GPA Calculator FE Exam FE Exam FAQs Deadlines to Register Exam Topics Forms Graduating Students Seeking Undergraduate Commencement Volunteers Spring Commencement Fall Commencement Commencement Awards Commencement Awards Application Order of the Engineer UF Graduate Student Affairs Awards and Scholarships Undergraduate Scholarship Application Visit the College The Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering offers information sessions and college tours on selected dates throughout the fall and spring semesters Prospective students and their families will learn about the college during an information session presented by one of our Student Affairs professional staff members and take a student led walking tour of engineering facilities and labs This is a walking tour so please wear comfortable footwear and clothing If any member of your party is unable to participate in the walking tour there is a comfortable lounge area and food court in the Reitz Union Remember UF is proud to be a 100 tobacco free campus To maximize your visit to the University of Florida we suggest you consider attending the morning UF Admissions session and campus tour so you can get all of your questions answered Register for a College Information Session How to make the most of your campus visit Help us make your visit meaningful by scheduling in advance We do our best to accommodate walk ins but can personalize your visit if we know about it ahead of your arrival Make a list of questions you want answered Bring it with you Do a little research before you come to campus This can help you to develop your list of questions Reviewing the university and college web sites can familiarize you with many aspects of our programs and campus life allowing you to tailor your campus visit to your areas of interest and

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/students/prospective-students/visit-the-college/ (2016-01-26)
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  • First Year Students » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    Handbook Success Workshops EGS1006 Introduction to Engineering Graduating With Honors Computer Requirements Events Submit An Event My Reservations Contact Us Staff Home Students Prospective Students First Year Students Prospective Students What is Gator Engineering Visit the College College Information Sessions First Year Students Transfer Students Transfer Requirements Current UF Students Non Degree Seeking Students New Students New Student Recommended Links Attributes of a Gator Engineer New Student FAQs Preview Preparation Current Students Gator Engineering Attribute Awards GPA Calculator FE Exam FE Exam FAQs Deadlines to Register Exam Topics Forms Graduating Students Seeking Undergraduate Commencement Volunteers Spring Commencement Fall Commencement Commencement Awards Commencement Awards Application Order of the Engineer UF Graduate Student Affairs Awards and Scholarships Undergraduate Scholarship Application First Year Students Freshman applications are administered through the UF Office of Admissions If you have been admitted to UF for the upcoming academic year congratulations Below are helpful resources for incoming first year Gator Engineers UF Admissions Prospective Freshmen Gator Engineering Student Programs Prospective Students Visit the College First Year Students New Students Preview Preparation Peer Advisors Current Students Academic Advising Announcements 4 1 Program University Scholars Graduating Students Spring Commencement Fall Commencement Order of the Engineer Graduate Student Affairs Parents

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/students/prospective-students/first-year-students/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Academic Advising » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    Home Resources Undergraduate Student Handbook Academic Advising Announcements This Week in the COE COE Update Request Undergraduate Student Handbook Academic Advising Changing Major Combined Degree Degree Audit Double Major Dropping a Class Petitions Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Option Transient student Tutoring Mentor Opportunities Success Workshops Advanced Registration Preparation Critical Tracking Workshops Academic Power Tools Everything You Need To Know About Graduate School EGS1006 Introduction to Engineering Graduating With Honors Computer Requirements Academic Advising All Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering students are required to meet with their Academic Advisors at least once each semester Most students see their advisors more frequently as they are the best resource for assisting students in understanding college policies and expectations Advisors are available in every department as well as in the Division of Student Affairs in 204 Weil Hall Students who are registered in specific majors should see their departmental advisors undecided engineering students should see advisors in 204 Weil Hall The Engineering Undergraduate Student Affairs EUSA provides services for all COE students not just undecided students EUSA advisors complete the interview process for all probation contracts and Senate Petitions Prospective Students Visit the College First Year Students New Students Preview Preparation Peer Advisors Current Students Academic

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/resources/undergraduate-student-handbook/academic-advising/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Combined Degree » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    program s minimum admission requirement is a 3 2 GPA may be higher for some programs Admission to the corresponding graduate program requires an 1100 GRE score may be higher for some programs For more information see page p 1 30 and the web site www isis ufl edu cdp1 html This program provides two special opportunities The Master of Agribusiness MAB degree is for students who desire careers in marketing and management in agriculture food processing distribution forest products and related industry where there has been strong demand for MAB graduates Offered by the Department of Food and Resource Economics FRE the MAB can be completed in three semesters fall spring and sum mer A bachelor s degree in economics or business is not required For more information www fred ifas ufl edu The Master of Science in Business Administration Concentration in Management MSM is for non business majors who wish to pursue an advanced degree in a professional field Students have the opportunity for example to combine expertise in liberal arts and other academic disciplines with functional business applications to create a dynamic skill set that is in demand with employers For additional information www cba ufl edu Other combined degree programs are available in the colleges and departments Aerospace Engineering BSAE ME or MS Admission Criteria 1100 GRE 3 3 GPA Contact Dr Chen Chi Hsu 352 392 7738 cch aero ufl edu Overlapping Credits 6 Agricultural and Biological Engineering BS ME Admission Criteria 4EG 3 30 GPA completed pre engineering courses and 20 hours of the Engineering Agricultural and Biological Engineering core Contact Robin Snyder 352 392 1864 ext 116 rsnyder ufl edu Chemical Engineering BS MS Admission Criteria 1100 GRE 3 3 upper division GPA 3 2 GPA in chemical engineering courses 6 ECH prefixed core courses Contact Dr Spyros Svoronos 352 392 0881 svoronos ufl edu Overlapping Credits 12 Civil Engineering Admission Criteria 1100 GRE 3 3 upper division GPA Contact Robert J Thieke 352 392 9537 rthie ce ufl edu Overlapping Credits 6 Computer Engineering BSCEN ME or MS thesis or non thesis Admission Criteria Junior status 1100 GRE 3 3 GPA complete 3 of the following courses CIS 3020 COT 3100 CDA 3101 COP 3530 Contact CISE department 352 392 1090 Overlapping Credits 12 Biomedical Engineering Materials Science and Engineering BSMSE MS or ME Admission Criteria 1200 GRE minimum GRE 500 Verbal 3 3 GPA Contact Dr Hans Van Oostrom 352 846 1851 gc bme ufl edu Overlapping Credits 12 Digital Arts and Sciences BS MS Admission Criteria Junior status 1100 GRE 3 3 GPA 3 of 4 core courses with 3 3 GPA on those courses CIS 3020 COT 3100 CDA 3101 COP 3530 portfolio Contact CISE department 352 392 1090 Overlapping Credits 12 Electrical and Computer Engineering BSEE ME or MS Admission Criteria 1200 GRE 3 3 upper division GPA Contact Jose Lema 352 392 9758 office graduate ece ufl edu Overlapping Credits 6 12 Environmental Engineering BS ME Admission

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/resources/undergraduate-student-handbook/combined-degree/ (2016-01-26)
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  • University Scholars Program » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    K 12 Outreach Programs Gator Outreach Program Interest Form University Scholars Program Program Synopsis The University Scholars Program introduces undergraduate students at the University of Florida to the exciting world of academic research In the program students work one on one with UF faculty on selected research projects Through this initiative students will take away an understanding of and appreciation for the scholarly method A competition is held each spring within participating colleges for the University Scholars awards of a 1750 stipend The program will consist of undertaking a full research project during the fall and spring semesters of the academic year under the guidance of a faculty member The University Scholars Program serves as an exceptional capstone to the academic careers of UF students Eligibility All undergraduate engineering students 1EG 5EG with a minimum 3 0 cumulative UF GPA Students must meet eligibility requirements at the time of application Note that in order to be eligible you must not earn your bachelor s degree before May 2017 Awards will be made available to qualified students in all of the college s departments Requirements to Participate For the 2016 2017 University Scholars Program students will conduct research during the 2016 2017 academic year Upon completion of the project students must write a properly formatted research paper which must be submitted to the UF Journal of Undergraduate Research JUR or other scholarly journal for publication If selected students must attend an orientation session at the Undergraduate Research Symposium on March 24 2016 Upon completion of the program students are also required to give an oral presentation on their research at the University Scholars Symposium Date to be scheduled in 2017 Applications Applications for the University Scholars Program for Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering must be submitted through our online application no later than February 12 2016 In addition to your applicant and faculty advisor information the following documents must be submitted through your online application A 1 page typed summary of your proposed research project Letter of Support from a Faculty Mentor Resume Steps to Apply Seek out and identify a faculty member that is conducting research in an area of interest that would be willing to mentor you during the fall and spring semesters Prepare a 1 page summary of your proposed research project with the assistance of the faculty member Obtain a letter of support from the faculty member stating that the mentor agrees to supervise the project and any other supporting information to assist the mentor s department in choosing its funded projects Prepare your most recent resume Submit your University Scholars Program Online Application by the deadline Selection Process Awards Application Packets will be reviewed ranked by your department and then submitted to the college for final review and selection by February 19 2016 The Program will notify students faculty mentors and departments of the awards by March 5 2016 Each scholar will receive a 1750 stipend disbursed in two phases Early Sept 750 and Spring 1000

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/programs/undergraduate-research/university-scholars/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Spring Commencement » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    Application Spring Commencement Sunday May 1 2016 Curtis M Phillips M D Center for the Performing Arts The May commencement ceremonies for engineering students will be held at the Curtis M Phillips M D Center for the Performing Arts Phillips Center on Sunday May 1 2016 It is important to note that there will be three separate ceremonies and they will be organized by major as follows Morning Ceremony 9 00 a m Candidates assemble To Be Determined Processional begins To Be Determined Departments To Be Determined Afternoon Ceremony 12 30 p m Candidates assemble To Be Determined Processional begins To Be Determined Departments To Be Determined Evening Ceremony 4 00 p m Candidates assemble To Be Determined Processional begins To Be Determined Departments To Be Determined University of Florida commencement page Click here for information on commencement awards FAQ s Do I need tickets to attend commencement Yes tickets will be required to attend commencement We will be using the Phillips Center which has limited seating and out of fairness to each graduating student there will be a fixed number of tickets per student We anticipate that there will be extra tickets available for each ceremony and will be offered to students on a first come first serve basis after all students have received their tickets Department advisers will announce when students can pick up their tickets How many guests can I bring As a result of limited seating guests will need tickets to attend How can I watch the live streaming of the Commencement ceremonies Live streaming is available for all three ceremonies Click on the links below to access the live stream Where can my guests stay in Gainesville For a list of hotels motels and inns as well as their locations and proximity to campus click

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/students/graduating-students/spring-commencement/ (2016-01-26)
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