About the FEEC
The Center for Initiatives in STEM, in conjunction with our industry partners, is excited to announce the 2022 FEEC will be held on Friday, February 25, 2022!
K-12 STEM teachers, administrators, practicing engineers and other (informal) educators from across Florida involved in and/or interested in learning more about STEM education are welcome to attend the conference. Activities for the day include:
- Speakers representing the education sector and STEM professional organizations and industries
- An industry panel to include senior STEM administrators from corporate agencies to discuss the importance of STEM to the future workforce
- A series of concurrent interactive and hands-on workshops
The cost to attend the 2022 FEEC is $15; this fee includes parking, lunch, and conference materials. Additional details and updates including available workshops and day-of information will be posted to the website as it becomes available. Space is limited.
NOTE: It is our intention to host the 2022 FEEC in-person at the UCF main campus. We will continue to monitor UCF event policies related to the current pandemic and make adjustments as required.
If you have any questions, please contact Renee Johnston, K-12 Coordinator at Renee.Johnston@ucf.edu.
Are you interested in presenting at the 2022 FEEC? We are now accepting workshop proposals through December 15th. Click on the “Call for Presenters” link in the menu to submit your proposal today!
Registration for the 2022 FEEC will open in December 2021. Check back for updates!
Presenters and co-presenters: Please click on the button below and enter the password sent to you via email to submit your presentation materials and biographies.
The College of Engineering and Computer Science has hosted the Florida Engineering Education Conference (FEEC) at the University of Central Florida since it began in 2006. An event that has been described as unique in the state of Florida, the FEEC strives to bridge the engineering workforce and the academic sector through a series of workshops, hands-on activities, and networking sessions. In 2014, the topic was broadened beyond the typical engineering disciplines to address a more comprehensive STEM agenda.