Congratulations, Blogger Graduates!

In May, many of our student bloggers graduated from Florida Tech. We wish them all the best as they pursue their dreams!

Christy Draghetti
B.S. Marine Biology, ’14



In Christy’s blog, she wrote about the freshman experience, interesting marine life, research projects for undergraduates at Florida Tech and marine issues she feels passionate about. Thanks for following Christy, and good luck to her as she tackles the marine world!

David Barkholz

B.S. Communication ’14

David Barkholz

During David’s time at Florida Tech, he wrote about cool different careers in communication, advantages that Florida Tech students have like going on out-of-state trips for free, finding your niche and what you’re passionate about as a communication major, and let’s not forget  sports. Thanks for following David, and good luck to this 2014 Communication graduate! Go forth and conquer.

Emily Burch

B.S. Psychology ’14

Emily Burch

In her blog, Emily tackled psychology issues that she feels passionate about, how to make friends, her experiences here at the university and joining clubs, sororities and organizations. Emily will continue her psychology studies in Florida Tech’s graduate program. Thank you for following Emily’s blog, and good luck to her out there!

Eduardo Gonzales

M.S. Innovation and Entrepreneurship ’14

Eduardo Gonzalez

During Eduardo’s time at the Florida Tech Blog, he wrote about having a job during college, extracurricular activities, and his passion for his degree—Master’s in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Thanks for following Eduardo, and good luck in the business world!

Rob Himler

B.S. Aviation Management ’14

Rob Himler

During Rob’s undergraduate studies, he wrote about joining fraternities, his passion for aviation, the College of Aeronautics and common things that Florida Tech students face and relate with. Thanks for following Rob, and congratulations on graduating! Keep following Rob as he continues his graduate studies here at Florida Tech!

Again, congratulations to these bloggers and scholars, and good luck! 
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