Kathryn Hatfield

Students Get Space Industry Internships at NASA, Blue Origin and Boeing

Students across various majors took “one giant leap” closer to their dreams of working in the space industry during their summer internships.

Read More »

Panthers in the Headlines: November 2020

Florida Tech is a one-of-a-kind community. Our faculty, staff, students and alumni continuously strive to achieve their goals, contribute to the greater good and relentlessly pursue greatness—so much so, they’re making headlines. 1. Associate Professor Andrew Palmer Shares Mars Farming Insights Andrew Palmer, assistant professor of biological sciences, heads the RADISH project studying plant growth on Mars. What will it…

Read More »

Panthers in the Headlines: September 2020

September Florida Tech headlines: F.I.T. Aviation and Brevard Zoo rescue spider monkey, Forbes-featured research, alumni in Nat Geo and more

Read More »

Panthers in the Headlines: August 2020

With lofty goals, impressive feats and groundbreaking research, Florida Tech is frequently in the news. Check out five featured headlines from August 2020.

Read More »

Panthers in the Headlines: July 2020

Florida Tech is a one-of-a-kind community. Our faculty, staff, students and alumni continuously strive to achieve their goals, contribute to the greater good and relentlessly pursue greatness—so much so, they’re making headlines.

Read More »

4 Projects Prepping Seniors for Careers in Mechanical and Civil Engineering

The university’s flagship project and a Panther rite of passage, the engineering and science student design and research program has existed in some form or another almost since the university’s inception in 1958.

Read More »

5 Projects Prepping Seniors for Careers in Ocean Engineering and Marine Sciences

The university’s flagship project and a Panther rite of passage, the engineering and science student design and research program has existed in some form or another almost since the university’s inception in 1958.

Read More »

15 Ways Florida Tech Came Together Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

On March 12, Florida Tech became one of the many universities across the nation that shifted to online learning because of the coronavirus pandemic. By this time, all campus events were either canceled or required to take place virtually for the foreseeable future. The Florida Tech community, like the rest of the world, was suddenly faced with an unprecedented crisis.…

Read More »

Florida Tech Community Participates in Virtual Relay for Life

Relay for Life is one of the most widely participated in philanthropy events at Florida Tech. Each spring, the community comes together to walk laps in support of the American Cancer Society. However, due to the circumstances surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, all on-campus events were canceled. The Office of Civic Engagement did not let that stop its philanthropic efforts, though. After…

Read More »

Alumnus and Retired U.S. Army Soldier Promotes Message of Peace in New Children’s Book

Coren Jonathan Allen ’12 M.S., a retired U.S. Army soldier and founder of the Kambimbi Academy, recently published a children’s book, What if it Just Started Raining?  The storytelling in What if it Just started Raining? is thoughtfully crafted to deliver a humanitarian message. In a conversation between a father and his son, the reader uncovers a series of powerful…

Read More »
Back to top button
Close