Academics & Research

Florida Tech Recognized Among Best in 2021 U.S. News Rankings

The university was also in the Top 175 nationwide for undergraduate engineering programs and undergraduate computer science programs.

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Fall Commencement Dec. 11 Will Be Virtual, University Announces

The live-streamed event starting at 6 p.m. follows successful spring and summer virtual graduations that have drawn more than 12,000 combined views.

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New University Grant Investigates Hydroclimatic Risk

A NASA grant is allowing Florida Tech to investigate how future floods and droughts will impact water resources in a key region in Asia.

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New Survey for Military Elite to Help Transition Process

The survey, commissioned by the Naval Warrior Foundation, is for the most elite members of the U.S. military, such as Navy SEALs and Army Rangers.

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Climate Findings in the Fossils

A study of the central Andean plateau involving a Florida Tech researcher has yielded some surprising paleoclimate results.

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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.

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The Science of Knowing What We Don’t Know

Recent research from a new Florida Tech psychology professor examines the brain activity behind the famous Dunning-Kruger Effect.

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Logistics Management M.S. Student Applies Coursework Directly to Employer’s COVID-19 Response

Kyle Younkin, a U.S. Airforce veteran, senior logistics analyst at AAR Corp. and student in Florida Tech’s logistics management master’s degree program, was recently tasked with leading the Department of State Worldwide Aviation Support Services logistical response to COVID-19.

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Researching Regolith for Plant Growth

Florida Tech is looking at how a variety of simulated Martian soil can support plant growth for an eventual stay on the Red Planet.

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Scanning the Final Frontier for Technosignatures

Florida Tech's Manasvi Lingam is part of a research team studying technosignatures, detectable signs of technology used on other planets.

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