Consider a career in Biomedical Engineering Technology. This profession, a bridge between healthcare and technology, is your opportunity to truly make a difference in someone’s life.
Architecture courses are teach students to see things in a different way so they can ultimately resolve problem with innovative solutions.
When Greg Lewis graduated from St Petersburg College in the early 1990’s, he had no idea he would return to become a beloved faculty member in that same Engineering department.
SPC Mechanical Engineering student Azher Hamid has demonstrated one avenue for developing technology in his research “3D Printing Multi-Rotors/Drones.”
St. Petersburg College Engineering student Ryder Fitzpatrick is a competitive, young, rising star in the field of robotics.
In her article, 10 Construction Industry Trends to Watch in 2017, Emily Peiffer outlined growth areas in the construction industry. Data Tools The Internet of Things, wearable data collection, and construction: These are not closely related at first glance, but according to industry experts, they are the next big trend in building. According to Garrett … Continue reading 2017 Trends in Building: The Internet of Things and Data.
St Petersburg College’s Architecture programs don’t just provide a basic knowledge of architecture’s principles; rather, students learn how to see the world spatially. Just ask Joshua Frank, who earned an Associate of Arts in Architecture from St Petersburg College. He is now an urban planner and president-elect of the Urban Charrette, a non-profit group that educates and collaborates with community, business, … Continue reading Architecture graduate impacts community
Lara Sharp joined St Petersburg College in 2015. She came to us from Polk State College, a fellow member of the Florida College System.
St. Petersburg College’s Engineering, Manufacturing, and Building Arts department is pleased to announce this exciting STEM summer camp opportunity for students ages 13-19.
Justin Bushko, who has 15 years experience in development, manufacturing and the service of medical devices, has volunteered to serve as the SPC program’s biomedical engineering technology advisory board chair.