Academics & Research

Two Florida Tech Students Named 2020 Astronaut Scholars

The recognition for Florida Tech seniors Samantha Pryor and Chloe Klare signifies they are among the best and brightest STEM students in the country.

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Florida Tech President on NPR: University Must Pivot in Face of Visa Rules for Foreign Students

Dwayne McCay tells the news service that federal regulations pertaining to international students have caused Florida Tech to reevaluate decisions on a shift to online courses.

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Faculty and Staff Share Research, Projects and Insights Related to COVID-19

Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, older adults with underlying cardiovascular disease have been experiencing increased disease severity and higher mortality rates from COVID-19.

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Continued Hurricane Damage Research Investigating Low-Rise Buildings

With hurricane season underway, Florida Tech researcher Jean-Paul Pinelli is further investigating the hurricane damage potential of these buildings.

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4 Projects Prepping Seniors for Careers in Aerospace, Physics and Space 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.

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Florida Tech Announces 2020 Farmer Scholar

Emily Simpson of Gainesville is the recipient of the university’s most prestigious financial award. She plans to study planetary science.

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Explore Civil Engineering with Summer Florida Tech Program

Virtual course starting July 13 offers high school students access to university’s renowned faculty with Zoom sessions and includes fun, hands-on projects.

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Getting Bacteria to Quiet Down

A recent Florida Tech grant is looking at how to cut the lines of communication used in bacteria’s sickness-inducing plan.

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New State Budget Includes Funding for Florida Tech Lagoon Project

The university will receive $800,000 for Phase II of a multiyear effort to study the efficacy of introducing measured, periodic inflows of seawater to enhance the health of the Indian River Lagoon.

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Germ-Killing Light Being Researched for Biofouling Solution

University research is examining the possibility of using ultraviolet-c light to provide biofouling solutions for the U.S. Navy's ships.

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