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Florida Tech to Host High School Business Ethics Competition Dec. 2

It is designed to encourage students to explore the subject of ethics and reflect on how ethical principles are related to decision-making.

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Bisk College of Business Student Team Wins First at Case Competition

The case: students developed recommendations to improve the experiential learning software for CapSource, a small educational tech company.

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weVENTURE’s IMPACT Summit Happening Aug. 25

Business owners and entrepreneurial leaders from across all industries are invited to attend this networking and training event.

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Fortune Names Florida Tech Online MBA Among Top 100

Florida Tech was one of just six Florida universities on the exclusive list, which featured just over 100 online MBA programs nationwide.

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Student Team Wins First Place at Business Case Competition

The team won in the IACBE Spring 2022 Live Case Competition for a business plan involving the Ohio-based pizza restaurant company Donatos.

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Student Team Takes Second at International Business Competition

Students Tommy Nguyen, Joshua Brathwaite, Sebastien Cayemitte and Chad Blasius, advised by Tim Muth, won second place for their presentation.

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weVENTURE Announces Nominees for 2022 Women Who Rock Awards

The winners will be recognized at a luncheon Tuesday, March 22, at the Crowne Plaza Oceanfront in Melbourne.

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Florida Tech Alumna Named Development Driver for Larsen Motorsports

Loghan Ashline '21 becomes the 11th development driver for Palm Bay-based Larsen Motorsports, which operates jet-powered dragsters.

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Business Students Place in Top 10 at IACBE-CapSource Competition

Three Florida Tech teams placed in the top 10 in the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE)-CapSource 2021 Fall Student Case Competition.

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weVENTURE Women’s Business Center Seeks Nominations for 2022 Women Who Rock Awards

Women and companies may be nominated by peers and the public across six categories, with nominations due by Feb. 18.

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