About Me

Hello and welcome to my website! My name is Eric Wagner and I’m a senior mechanical engineering student at the University of Florida. When I’m not engaged in my academics or work, I enjoy taking on leadership roles and helping others discover their passions. I am an honest and hardworking individual and bring a creative twist to the engineering culture. I am a highly motivated professional looking to increase my skillset and network with other like minded individuals.

If you are familiar with StrengthsFinder or StrengthsQuest, my top strengths are:
1)Relator, 2)Learner, 3)Analytical, 4)Maximizer, and 5)Achiever.
(Descriptions can be found here.)

I have taken my strengths to heart and found ways to make myself the best individual that I can be. Through and through, I know myself to be an engineer who is looking to accomplish great feats, but also as someone who can appreciate the smaller details of the profession, such as collaborating with others. I am always open to new opportunities and am excited for what the future holds!

Communication Skills
100%
Critical Thinking
90%
Leadership
85%
Team Building
90%
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99
Incredible Engineering Internships Completed
99
Engineering T-Shirts Sold As An Entrepreneur
99
Businesses Started (So Far)
99
Months of professional engineering experience

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Eric has been the webmaster for my company’s website and he has always gone above and beyond with his role. Early on, he helped me develop a procedure that I could follow to update my website, which is crucial in the global marketplace. More recently, he has introduced a service called WordPress for
Bryant Moyer – Pompano Equipment Corp.
Eric Wagner is an exemplary Resident Assistant (RA) in the Department of Housing and Residence Education at the University of Florida. I have supervised Eric in his role as an RA beginning in Spring 2014 and he continually excels within the position. Notable professional attributes include: • Col
Erin White – University of Florida Department of Housing
Erin White – University of Florida Department of Housing
I can heartily recommend Eric's work as a Manufacturing Engineering Intern - as I have witnessed his work ethic, preparation, thoroughness, and follow-through on a first-hand basis. He possesses a well above average ability to grasp multiple new concepts or situations, and then manages to not only s...
Doug Cantu – Lockheed Martin
Doug Cantu – Lockheed Martin
I had the pleasure of working with Eric who interned within the Manufacturing Technology Department at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics in an effort directly related to the enhancement of production aircraft. He worked alongside me and my colleagues tasked with developing and integrating laser ablation c...
Michael Stoddard – Lockheed Martin
Michael Stoddard – Lockheed Martin
Eric reported directly to me during his internship with Frito-Lay and was a great addition to our team. Eric is an independent worker and is able to self-start on his projects as needed. He asked for occasional feedback, but was able to work through his projects by leveraging our front-line workers ...
Joe DeGregorio – Frito-Lay(PepsiCo)
Eric demonstrated a high level of maturity for an intern and demonstrated abilities normally associated with a level 1 engineer several months into working full time. He quickly utilized superb project management, time management and engineering skills to deliver a new prototype nozzle design within...
Nick Davidson – Lockheed Martin
Nick Davidson – Lockheed Martin

Latest Blog Posts

Hurricane Harvey’s Impact — And How It Compares To Other Storms
Hurricane Harvey’s Impact — And How It Compares To Other Storms
September 5, 2017
FiveThirtyEight posted an article recently comparing the recent Hurrican Harvey to past hurricanes. It goes without saying that the people impacted in Texas got the brunt of the storm and wi...
Circuit Simulator Online
Circuit Simulator Online
August 9, 2017
Resistors, inductors, and capacitors galore! Play around with an online circuit simulator that I came across at http://lushprojects.com/circuitjs/
When You Fall in Love, This Is What Facebook Sees
When You Fall in Love, This Is What Facebook Sees
July 20, 2017
Young love and new relationships can be tough sometimes, but to a website like Facebook, it sees your relationship as a data point. Data scientists at Facebook posted a blog outlining statis...

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