Campus & Community

Florida Tech Marks Arbor Day with Tree Planting

Faculty, staff, students and representatives from Melbourne's Environmental Community Outreach Division attended the April 29 event.

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CHAMPIONS! Men’s Heavyweight 4+ Wins Thomas A. Curran Cup at Dad Vail Regatta

The Panthers were unmatched over their races, including posting the fastest time in the semifinals to earn a spot in the Grand Final.

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Hunsucker Awarded Marine Science Educator of the Year Honor

Kelli Hunsucker won the John Beakley “Marine Science Educator of the Year” Award from the Florida Marine Science Educators Association.

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Gen. Stan McChrystal Talks Risk, Advises Cadets During Campus Visit and Presentation

His presentation was, “Understanding Risk and Mastering the Unknown” and it tapped into his most recent best-seller, “Risk: A User’s Guide.”

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Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovative Design and Larsen Motorsports Expand Relationship

The new partnership will provide more opportunities for cutting-edge projects and hands-on experiences for students.

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Perseverance and Passion Through STEM

For the organizers of April's Black in STEM event, the goal of showcasing and increasing representation in STEM continues.

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Florida Tech Spring Commencement Set for May 7 at Clemente Center

The 2022 graduating class features students from 54 countries and 42 states. They will participate in 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. ceremonies.

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Secret History: The Cutting Edge: Presidential Searches at Florida Tech

A summary of the history of Florida Tech's presidential searches written from the perspective of historian and professor Gordon Patterson.

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FAA Center of Excellence for Commercial Space Transportation Concludes

Students, faculty, industry reps and the public are invited to attend the final meeting April 14 in person or via Zoom.

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Gen. Stanley McChrystal to Headline Smith Lecture April 29

The event runs 5:30-7 p.m. at Gleason Performing Arts Center. It is open to the public and free to attend, but pre-registration is required.

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