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Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine, Florida Tech Announce Plans to Open Medical School in Melbourne

The inaugural class will include 100 students and is expected to matriculate in July 2024 and to graduate in May 2028.

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Florida Tech, Larsen Motorsports Attend I/ITSEC

They had an unusual show-and-tell: the newest jet dragster, a sleek and shiny race car powered by a Northrop F-5 supersonic fighter engine.

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Florida Tech Receives $2.1M to Support Students with Disabilities

The $2.1 million gift from the estate of John and Maria Callahan creates the Kathleen Callahan Scholarship in memory of their daughter.

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University Diversity Council Comes Together

The Council includes representatives from the university’s four academic colleges, Evans Library, student body and administrative units.

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Fall 2022 AlumNotes

Alumni highlights originally featured in the fall 2022 issue of Florida Tech Magazine.

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Exploring the Emotional Effects of Covering Traumatic News Events

School of Arts and Communication associate professor Ted Petersen shares insight from his research on journalists who cover mass shootings.

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Savannah Brennan on Making a Splash In and Out of the Pool

Panther swimming great Savannah Brennan ’21, ’22 M.S., shares about her athletic, academic and future successes.

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Opening Moves: New COES Dean Brings Strategy for Success to Florida Tech

John Harris is a Caltech and MIT alumnus, chess aficionado and new dean of the College of Engineering and Science.

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Data is the World’s True Currency

At Western Digital, Pendekanti takes a customer-focused viewpoint that recognizes how data storage needs are shaping his industry.

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Baseball Standout Uses Education to Create Opportunities for Others 

Panther pitcher Boris Villa ’21 founded two organizations to help athletes in Colombia earn scholarships to play and learn in the U.S.

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