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Panthers in the Headlines: October 2020

October headlines: alumnus launches sustainable clothing line, we break ground on a new building, student receives scholarship and more.

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A New Day

As the university returns to in-person learning, we look at campus changes and the potential for some to remain long after the pandemic

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Agents of Change

Addressing issues of racism and inclusivity through a new curriculum, new initiatives and open communication.

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Physics, Apparel, Fat Loss and Masks

Raj Sareen ’04, a space sciences alumnus, transcends industry boundaries with innovative acuity and divergent applications.

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Open for Business

As the Nathan M. Bisk College of Business celebrates 40 years, we look at the college's beginnings, connections and beyond.

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Applied Behavior Analysis Program Pioneer Passes Away at 70

Jose Martinez-Diaz, a visionary educator who established Florida Tech’s applied behavior analysis programs, passed away Sept. 21, 2020.

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Panthers Mourn Beloved Professor George Maul

George Maul, retired professor and former department of marine and environmental systems head, passed away Sept. 16, 2020, at age 82.

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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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Secret History of the Homer R. Denius Student Center

The telegram arrived just before Thanksgiving 1966. 

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Is Esports a Sport?

When Pong, the world’s first commercial video game, hit the market in 1958, it would have been hard to predict that its gaming descendants would be at the center of intense competitions and a multibillion-dollar industry.

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