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  • Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    Summer 2016 Check out opportunities designed for engineering students Learn more University Scholars Program 2016 2017 Applications for University Scholars Program 2016 2017 is now open Apply now The STAR Office Guiding You Through Your Gator Engineering Career The Office of Student Transition and Retention STAR sponsors programs for K 12 freshmen and transfer students to help you succeed at college Read More Undergraduate Research Seminars Check out the new Undergraduate Research in Engineering Seminar Series in the College of Engineering Find out more Get ready for Preview Discover opportunities meet your advisor and chat with our Engineering Preview Peer Leaders as you chart your course for fall and beyond Find out more 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 Visitors Visit the College Family Guide to Academic Advising Latest Tweets Gator Engineers co develop Chameleon an operating system that changes to outsmart malware Story via TheAlligator https t co CcIksmlnCZ 4h Reply Retweet Favourite RT MW Ventures FloridaEngineer Any UF engineers want to start a Cleantech company We re hosting a 50k pitch contest and will be in NEB til 1pm today 3h Reply Retweet Favourite RT CDMSmithCareers We re so excited to be heading to UF to meet FloridaEngineer students this week Be sure to come meet us at the Career Fair on 1 25 15h Reply Retweet Favourite RT GoGatorsUFIT From Linux to MATLAB this wiki has the training you need https t co YfCLbALKDB ufphysics FloridaEngineer https t co sCcrXgeEzm 18h Reply Retweet Favourite Follow FloridaEngineer Gator Engineering on Facebook Events Jan 29 Engineering Info Session 1 29 1 15 pm 3 00 pm Feb

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  • Distance & Continuing Education » Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering » University of Florida
    Undergraduate Student Affairs Distance Continuing Education Master s Programs Graduate Certificates Individual Courses Short Courses CEUs PDHs Research Strategic Priorities Health Sustainability Security Enabling Technologies Experts Health Sustainability Security Enabling Technologies Industry Programs Research Student Engagement Innovation Training Facilities Research Service Centers Specialized Facilities Centers Institutes Engineering Innovation Institute Engineering Leadership Institute Florida Institute for National Security Institute for Cell Tissue Science and Engineering Institute for Computational Engineering Institute for Networked Autonomous Systems Nanoscience Institute for Medical and Engineering Technology UF Transportation Institute Faculty Research Resources Research Training Compliance Safety News Events Events Calendar C200 Leadership Summit Submit an Event Gator Engineering Newsletter Receive Gator Engineering Email Updates Media Information Gator Engineering Videos Alumni Giving Interviews with Notable Alumni Giving Make a Gift Online Annual Giving Current Endowments Powering the New Engineer to Transform the Future Events Contact Us Update Your Contact Information Home Academics Distance Continuing Education Schools Departments Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure Environment Department of Agricultural Biological Engineering J Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering Department of Computer Information Science Engineering Department of Electrical Computer Engineering Department of Industrial Systems Engineering Department of Materials Science Engineering Department of Mechanical Aerospace Engineering Degree Programs Admissions Funding Financial Aid Accreditation Student Affairs Graduate Student Affairs Undergraduate Student Affairs Distance Continuing Education Master s Programs Graduate Certificates Individual Courses Short Courses CEUs PDHs Distance Continuing Education The Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering provides opportunity for engineers worldwide to participate in online distance and continuing education through the UF EDGE or Electronic Delivery of Gator Engineering program UF EDGE brings a Gator Engineering continuing education to you wherever you live or work with no campus visits required UF EDGE delivers four main options for online distance continuing education Master s degrees Graduate certificates Individual courses Short

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  • Master’s Programs » Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering » University of Florida
    Leadership Summit Submit an Event Gator Engineering Newsletter Receive Gator Engineering Email Updates Media Information Gator Engineering Videos Alumni Giving Interviews with Notable Alumni Giving Make a Gift Online Annual Giving Current Endowments Powering the New Engineer to Transform the Future Events Contact Us Update Your Contact Information Home Academics Distance Continuing Education Master s Programs Schools Departments Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure Environment Department of Agricultural Biological Engineering J Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering Department of Computer Information Science Engineering Department of Electrical Computer Engineering Department of Industrial Systems Engineering Department of Materials Science Engineering Department of Mechanical Aerospace Engineering Degree Programs Admissions Funding Financial Aid Accreditation Student Affairs Graduate Student Affairs Undergraduate Student Affairs Distance Continuing Education Master s Programs Graduate Certificates Individual Courses Short Courses CEUs PDHs Master s Programs Through the UF EDGE program the college offers master s degrees from seven Gator Engineering departments completely online with no campus travel required This program is designed for engineers in industry or the military to continue their education with a UF master s degree without requiring them to leave their daily career or family life All requirements for admission and coursework are exactly the same as campus graduate students so the master s degree earned for participating online is the same as if you were sitting in a UF classroom A master s degree consists of 10 graduate courses Courses are offered on a semester basis with various course offerings for the fall spring and summer terms Distance students can begin a degree program in any one of these three semesters and are free to take as many or as few courses as work and life schedules permits each semester Master s degrees can be completed in as little as 24

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  • Graduate Certificates » Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering » University of Florida
    Institute for National Security Institute for Cell Tissue Science and Engineering Institute for Computational Engineering Institute for Networked Autonomous Systems Nanoscience Institute for Medical and Engineering Technology UF Transportation Institute Faculty Research Resources Research Training Compliance Safety News Events Events Calendar C200 Leadership Summit Submit an Event Gator Engineering Newsletter Receive Gator Engineering Email Updates Media Information Gator Engineering Videos Alumni Giving Interviews with Notable Alumni Giving Make a Gift Online Annual Giving Current Endowments Powering the New Engineer to Transform the Future Events Contact Us Update Your Contact Information Home Academics Distance Continuing Education Graduate Certificates Schools Departments Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure Environment Department of Agricultural Biological Engineering J Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering Department of Computer Information Science Engineering Department of Electrical Computer Engineering Department of Industrial Systems Engineering Department of Materials Science Engineering Department of Mechanical Aerospace Engineering Degree Programs Admissions Funding Financial Aid Accreditation Student Affairs Graduate Student Affairs Undergraduate Student Affairs Distance Continuing Education Master s Programs Graduate Certificates Individual Courses Short Courses CEUs PDHs Graduate Certificates Through the UF EDGE program the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering provides the opportunity for online graduate certificates Certificates are structured as 3 5 online courses and can be completed in as little as a year Graduate certificates provide graduate level qualifications for engineers in industry and the military who are interested in expanding their professional qualifications with less of a time investment than a full master s degree requires Admission to most certificates does not require exams and criteria for participation usually include a bachelor s degree in a related field with a 3 0 or higher undergraduate GPA Certificate courses may be transferable towards credits for a related master s degree through the UF EDGE program some students prefer

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  • Individual Courses » Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering » University of Florida
    Enabling Technologies Industry Programs Research Student Engagement Innovation Training Facilities Research Service Centers Specialized Facilities Centers Institutes Engineering Innovation Institute Engineering Leadership Institute Florida Institute for National Security Institute for Cell Tissue Science and Engineering Institute for Computational Engineering Institute for Networked Autonomous Systems Nanoscience Institute for Medical and Engineering Technology UF Transportation Institute Faculty Research Resources Research Training Compliance Safety News Events Events Calendar C200 Leadership Summit Submit an Event Gator Engineering Newsletter Receive Gator Engineering Email Updates Media Information Gator Engineering Videos Alumni Giving Interviews with Notable Alumni Giving Make a Gift Online Annual Giving Current Endowments Powering the New Engineer to Transform the Future Events Contact Us Update Your Contact Information Home Academics Distance Continuing Education Individual Courses Schools Departments Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure Environment Department of Agricultural Biological Engineering J Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering Department of Computer Information Science Engineering Department of Electrical Computer Engineering Department of Industrial Systems Engineering Department of Materials Science Engineering Department of Mechanical Aerospace Engineering Degree Programs Admissions Funding Financial Aid Accreditation Student Affairs Graduate Student Affairs Undergraduate Student Affairs Distance Continuing Education Master s Programs Graduate Certificates Individual Courses Short Courses CEUs PDHs Individual Courses UF EDGE online graduate courses can also be taken as individual courses without being part of a degree or certificate program This can be done as a non degree seeking student Under this classification students complete all the homework assignments and exams in a course as a regular student and will receive a grade for the course Many students choose this option their first semester to try out online course before beginning a degree or certificate program Distance students can complete up to three qualifying courses as a non degree seeking student and have them later transferred

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  • Short Courses (CEUs/PDHs) » Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering » University of Florida
    and Engineering Institute for Computational Engineering Institute for Networked Autonomous Systems Nanoscience Institute for Medical and Engineering Technology UF Transportation Institute Faculty Research Resources Research Training Compliance Safety News Events Events Calendar C200 Leadership Summit Submit an Event Gator Engineering Newsletter Receive Gator Engineering Email Updates Media Information Gator Engineering Videos Alumni Giving Interviews with Notable Alumni Giving Make a Gift Online Annual Giving Current Endowments Powering the New Engineer to Transform the Future Events Contact Us Update Your Contact Information Home Academics Distance Continuing Education Short Courses CEUs PDHs Schools Departments Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure Environment Department of Agricultural Biological Engineering J Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering Department of Computer Information Science Engineering Department of Electrical Computer Engineering Department of Industrial Systems Engineering Department of Materials Science Engineering Department of Mechanical Aerospace Engineering Degree Programs Admissions Funding Financial Aid Accreditation Student Affairs Graduate Student Affairs Undergraduate Student Affairs Distance Continuing Education Master s Programs Graduate Certificates Individual Courses Short Courses CEUs PDHs Short Courses CEUs PDHs The UF EDGE program provides engineers the opportunity to take online non credit short courses for professional development and to earn CEUs PDHs for continuing professional licensure Online short courses are designed by Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering research faculty as a way for engineers in industry and the military to learn about emerging areas through short course instruction without the obligation of regular homework assignments or exams For engineers seeking continuing education requirements for professional licensure CEUs PDHs can be earned based on the contact participation hours of the individual short courses Short courses are typically between 5 10 hours of online instructional materials and have a brief multiple choice comprehension quiz at the end to verify general course material understanding Short courses can be

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  • UF researchers develop way to treat urine, save drinking water » Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering » University of Florida
    Nanoscience Institute for Medical and Engineering Technology UF Transportation Institute Faculty Research Resources Research Training Compliance Safety News Events Events Calendar C200 Leadership Summit Submit an Event Gator Engineering Newsletter Receive Gator Engineering Email Updates Media Information Gator Engineering Videos Alumni Giving Interviews with Notable Alumni Giving Make a Gift Online Annual Giving Current Endowments Powering the New Engineer to Transform the Future Events Contact Us Update Your Contact Information UF researchers develop way to treat urine save drinking water Published December 1st 2015 Category Depart of Environmental Engineering and Sciences Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure and Environment Featured News Research By Steve Orlando Originally posted in UF News UF researchers have developed a low cost treatment system to remove pharmaceuticals in source separated urine using water materials The final result is a local fertilizer for use in developed and developing countries and resulting in substantial water savings The process would offer many benefits including conserving drinking water cutting fertilizer expenses and offering the University of Florida the opportunity be a leader in the important sustainability effort said Treavor Boyer an associate professor of the University of Florida s Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences Tweet Join us for the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering open house Two Engineering Faculty Members Named AAAS Fellows Recent News Announcing the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering Jan 26th 2016 Tornado preparedness Lessons from the aftermath Jan 26th 2016 Florida Governor recognizes UF Engineering alumnus with Young Entrepreneurship Award Jan 22nd 2016 Defending your computer from cyber attacks Sun Tzu style Jan 21st 2016 News Archive News Archive Select Month January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August

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  • Rebuilding Oyster Reefs Proves Key for Resilient Coastal Communities » Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering » University of Florida
    that allow seawater to mix with fresh water that the reef holds back as it empties into the Gulf of Mexico from the Suwannee River We ve known about other ecosystem services that oyster reefs provide like acting as breakwaters that reduce the impact of wave action on the shore Frederick said But the role of oyster reefs in modulating the salinity of water near the shore had not been demonstrated before The team investigated the area s salinity levels after local oystermen told Frederick the reef held back fresh water Frederick then made a simple test while visiting the study site he dipped his finger in the water on either side of a reef and tasted each sample Though the reef was only 80 feet wide it seemed that water from the near shore side wasn t as salty as water from the side facing the open sea In response Frederick recruited David Kaplan an assistant professor with the UF College of Engineering s Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences The pair checked salinity in multiple locations for 18 months and their findings confirmed the oystermen s observation on average the salt content of water on the near shore side was nearly 20 percent lower than it was on the ocean side and up to 90 percent lower on some days at some locations Furthermore computer modeling showed that if restoration increased the elevation of the degraded reef to expected levels the reef would probably hold much more fresh water near the shore Kaplan said oyster reefs may provide further insights about creating or modifying structures to channel flowing water As people become more focused on how to build and maintain resilient coastal communities I think we ll look more at natural systems to see how they work and how we can replicate their effects Kaplan said Meanwhile the team accomplished its primary mission demonstrating that both lime rock boulders and polyester mesh bags filled with clam shells can be used to fortify degraded oyster reefs said aquaculture expert Leslie Sturmer a UF IFAS Florida Sea Grant aquaculture Extension agent based in Levy County The bags weighing up to 300 pounds are expected to remain in place long enough to provide suitable habitat for tiny free floating oyster larvae to settle and grow rebuilding the reef she said Initial results showed that young oysters were colonizing the mesh bags at impressive rates said Sturmer who s also a leader of the UF IFAS Shellfish Aquaculture Research and Extension Program based at Cedar Key Within 18 months oyster densities on the UF restoration sites were higher than the densities found at most other restored oyster reefs in the Gulf of Mexico The UF control sites showed no improvement indicating that the lime rock and bags of clam shells made the difference The reef s long term response is potentially more important Frederick said because scientists believe that successfully restored sites will be more resilient to environmental change and weather events Monitoring

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