Carlos Tamayo’s work as a civil engineer for the City of Miami Beach includes monitoring sea levels, flooding and groundwater intrusion.

Doctoral candidate’s research on sea level rise helped prepare him for city engineering job

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When Carlos Tamayo started sitting in on meetings between FIU and the City of Miami Beach, he had no idea…


FIU achieves top rank in Carnegie research classification

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The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching announced today the newest edition of the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher…

In the picture (from left to right) Awmna Rana (Communication Officer), Carolina Padron (Secretary), Ryan Sheffield (President), Maximiliano Edrei (Vice President), Janesler Gonzalez (Officer – special programs), Jesse Viera (Treasurer) and Dr. Leo Lagos (FIU Chapter advisor).

Inaugural ceremony introduces American Nuclear Society student chapter at FIU

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In an inaugural ceremony at the FIU Engineering Center’s Panther Pit yesterday, the College of Engineering & Computing introduced a…


Distinguished History

Originally the College of Technology, we became official in 1984 as the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Thirty years later, we celebrate more than a quarter century of excellence, supported by exponential growth. Although regarded as a young college, our tradition of excellence and innovation is intertwined with a culture of diversity. In 2005, School of Computing and Information Sciences joined us and the College of Engineering and Computing was born.