- Biomedical Engineering MS, PhD
- Chemical Engineering MS, PhD
- Civil Engineering MS, PhD
- Computer Science MS
- Computer Engineering MS
- Computer Science and Engineering PhD
- Electrical Engineering MS, PhD
- Engineering Management MS
- Environmental Engineering MS, PhD
- Industrial Engineering MS, PhD
- Information Technology MS
- Materials Science and Engineering MS
- Mechanical Engineering MS, PhD
William Serrano Garcia Awarded Fulbright Grant
Photo: William Serrano-Garcia (right) stands with Sylvia Thomas (left), his major professor, while presenting research as a Ph.D. student and member of the Advanced Materials Bio & Integration Research Laboratory at USF, which Thomas leads.
WAINELLA ISAACS AWARDED SCHLUMBERGER FOUNDATION FACULTY FOR THE FUTURE FELLOWSHIP FOR WOMEN IN STEM
academic and career support
American Association of University Women in Engineering (AAUW)
NSF Florida-Georgia Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Bridge to the Doctorate
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation University Center of Exemplary Mentoring (UCEM)
McKnight Doctoral Fellowship Program
GEM Fellowship Program
points of pride
USF is one of nine institutions (MIT, Georgia Tech, Cornell, Duke, UC-San Diego, Univ. of Illinois-Champaign, Penn State, and USF) awarded a prestigious Alfred P. Sloan Foundation University Center of Exemplary Mentoring (UCEM) for its national leadership in minority graduate student success.
In 2016, Sarina Ergas, Professor and Graduate Program Director in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, was awarded SACNAS Distinguished Mentor Award for her leadership and mentorship in preparing students from diverse to solve complex public health and environmental problems.
Three recent PhD graduates, Colleen Naughton, Ryan Locicero, and Joseph Bonivel, Jr., have been selected as AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellows to apply their PhD training and knowledge toward important societal challenges.
Devin Walker MSChE’12 and Timothy Roberge MSCHE’12 cofounded T2C-Energy, a renewable energy R&D company as a result of their thesis research.
Rachana Vidhi, PhD’14, 2019 College of Engineering Outstanding Young Alumna was selected to the GreenBiz 30 Under 30 in 2018 for her leadership in demonstrating the world-changing promise of sustainability.
Mel Butcher, ’14 MSCE, wants women to reach their highest goals. Her podcast, STEMxm, features women distinguishing themselves in a variety of occupations.