Luna Theus/Staff Writer The Air Force Office of Scientific Research has given FIU a research grant of $4.8 million to continue their study on origami…
College of Engineering and Computing
Written by: Mathew Messa/ Staff Writerf Engineering students can expect major changes as administrators and the Student Government Government Council at the Modesto Maidique…
While the University has seen a steady 43 percent increase in women applicants for the College of Engineering and Computing, the same can’t be said for the number of enrolled women, with the college only seeing a 23 percent increase since 2011.
New commercial-scale solar panels have been installed at the College of Engineering and Computing by Florida Power & Light Company and the University. According to FIU News, “the only solar research facility of its kind that FPL has installed at a Florida university.”
The College of Engineering and Computing celebrates its new partnership with Chevron and received a $20,000 donation.
Aside from the conference speakers, the University is showing off their work at the eMerge pavilion.
The College of Engineering and Computing is celebrating its 30th anniversary this month, but it still feels alienated and sometimes forgotten by the University, as it sits almost a mile and a half west of Modesto Maidique Campus on Flagler Street.
By Philippe Buteau/Staff Writer Melita Jaric, the doctoral and computer science student who was the victim of a hit-and-run driver, has died from injuries related…
The University has been good to the public.