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Florida Today Editor, TV Host Matt Reed to Speak Feb. 16 on Corruption

The free event runs from 7:45-9:30 a.m. in the Hartley Room on the second floor of the Denius Student Center on Florida Tech’s Melbourne campus, 150 W. University Blvd. Registration is required to attend.

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This Will Be On The Test!

What do you do when you miss a class but don’t want to fall behind? The widespread implementation of learning management systems (LMS) has alleviated many of the woes associated with missing classes because of sports or other extracurricular commitments. Most professors at least share a course syllabus with important dates and assignments, some share PowerPoint slides and others go…

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Brevard Public Schools Superintendent to Speak Oct. 20 on Ethics and Success

The public event runs from 7:45-9:30 a.m. at the Hartley Room on the second floor of the Denius Student Center on Florida Tech’s Melbourne campus, 150 W. University Blvd.

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The Real Estate Bubble: A View from the Inside

In his new book, Florida Tech’s Scott Benjamin offers an up-close look at that turbulent economic time through his very-own experiences.

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Florida Tech Launches Doctor of Business Administration Degree at Melbourne Campus

The three-year cohort program is designed for next-level business leaders looking to enhance their skills through extensive case-study analysis. It begins in August.

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SunTrust Foundation Donates $10K to Florida Tech’s Bisk College of Business

The gift will be used to boost technology in the classroom and underwrite additional innovation events at the business college.

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Rockledge High Team Wins Florida Tech Ethics Competition

The Rockledge High team, coached by Nan Fleming, featured members Katie Klein, Corbin Kramer, Alex Adams and David Ward. Melbourne Central Catholic won second place. Palm Bay High School took third. And Melbourne High School was fourth.

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Launching an Aquaponics Startup through the Student Business Incubator

A business major and a dual marine biology and aquaculture major had a discussion about how they could change the world. Together, they came up with an idea to grow organic produce using aquaponics, a system of growing food that combines aquaculture (raising aquatic life in tanks) with hydroponics (growing plants in water). Students, Thomas Haynie and Louis Penrod pitched…

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Challenges in a Global Environment Focus of Florida Tech’s Annual Business Ethics Conference

Register by March 27 for Florida Tech's 15th annual Business Ethics and Leadership Conference. Taking place Wednesday, April 1, in the Hartley Room at the Denius Student Center on the university’s Melbourne campus, the event will tackle leadership and ethical challenges in the global environment with a compelling roster of speakers and experts.

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Florida Tech Convenes Regional High School Business Ethics Event March 13

The public is invited to attend the university's Nathan Bisk College of Business 19th Annual High School Business Ethics and Leadership Competition starting at 8:30 a.m. Friday.

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