Professor of Practice
Keith Stanfill became the Edwards Assistant Dean and Director of Integrated Engineering Design on July 1, 2018. Stanfill works to enhance student project, design, and research experiences by coordinating with the directors of the Cook Grand Challenge Honors and Jerry E. Stoneking engageTM Engineering Fundamentals programs.
Stanfill previously served as director of the Integrated Product and Process Design program at the University of Florida. He was also a member of UF’s Engineering Innovation Institute, which was developed as a way to promote collaboration across the college, with a focus on entrepreneurship and impact.
He and his wife, Linda, are avid sports enthusiasts and enjoy spending time outdoors. A self-described “soccer nut,” he said that he and his wife also enjoy golf, tennis, and college sports. They have one daughter, Susan, who is a recent mechanical engineering graduate at Florida. She also has ties to East Tennessee, having served two stints as an intern at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
- PhD (’95), Mechanical Engineering, University of Florida
- MS (’91), Mechanical Engineering, University of Florida
- BS (’85), Mechanical Engineering, University of Florida