– The Northrop Grumman Airborne Ground Surveillance and Battle Management Systems site, in Melbourne, presented a check for $20,000 to Florida Tech Dean of
Engineering Thomas Waite. The check, given at a recent university career fair in the Clemente Center, is part of Northrop Grumman’s $100,000 commitment
over five years, intended to support the college’s instructional needs.
Receiving check, second from left is Florida Tech Dean of the College of Engineering Dr. Thomas Waite. Northrop Grumman staffing manager, Steve Keck,
presents the check. Also pictured from Northrop Grumman (L to R) are Brett Restivo, engineering technology manager; Pam Stamm, recruiter; and Emerson
Murray, major subcontracts manager.
“We value our long-standing relationship with Northrop Grumman and are very grateful for the company’s outreach and support of our programs,” said Dr.
The College of Engineering offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in aerospace, chemical, civil, computer, mechanical, electrical and ocean
engineering as well as computer science, oceanography and the environmental sciences, including meteorology. Master’s degrees are available in software
engineering, environmental resources management, coastal zone management and engineering management. A program in meteorology is available, leading to a
bachelor of science degree.
Northop Grumman Corporation is a global defense company headquartered in Los Angeles, Calif. The company provides technologically advanced, innovative
products, services and solutions in systems integration, defense electronics, information technology, advanced aircraft, shipbuilding and space technology.
With more than 125,000 employees and operations in all 50 states and 25 countries, Northrop Grumman serves U.S. and international military, government and