The ISE Department hosts a weekly seminar series in the Fall and Spring terms, and all students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend! Speakers are invited from a wide range of institutions and specializations within ISE and related fields, and each presentation offers a unique perspective on current, relevant topics in ISE. More information about the seminar series and the related graduate course (EIN 6918) can be found on this page.
Seminar Time and Location
ISE Seminar is held weekly during Fall and Spring terms, on Fridays, from 11:45am-12:35pm in Weil Hall room 406.
All students are welcome to attend, whether or not they are enrolled in the related course (EIN 6918).
The Graduate Seminar Course: EIN 6918
All students in an on-campus ISE degree-seeking graduate program are required to take the ISE graduate seminar course (EIN 6918) for either one semester (MS/ME students) or two semesters (PhD students). This 1-credit course requires students to attend the weekly seminar presentation and engage with speakers, classmates, and faculty on the topics presented each week. The course is graded on an S/U basis, and archived syllabi for this course can be found here.
The seminar course is intended to orient new graduate students not only to on-campus services including the UF Libraries and the Counseling and Wellness Center (CWC), but also to research policies and practices, and to cutting-edge research topics across the broad range of ISE disciplines.