Campus & Community

September Recap

September has come and gone - here's what you missed!

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Library Tip Tuesday: Finding and Using Research Guides

Research Guides can make your research life a little easier.

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Note-Taking Strategies for Busy Students

It may seem obvious that note-taking is an important skill for any university student. Regardless of your discipline or courseload, the ability to keep a record of what you read in a text and experience in a lecture is critical to your long-term academic success. Many students don’t learn reliable note-taking strategies before they get to college, and other students…

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FIT Joins Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network

A grant from The Kern Family Foundation will profoundly advance engineering education at FIT, making it more timely and relevant to today’s graduates as they embark on their careers. The Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Family Foundation has made a grant of $276,000 to accelerate the transformation of FIT’s undergraduate engineering students through a culture and curricula that instills…

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Day of Giving

What is Day of Giving? Thanksgiving is a day of thanks, followed by Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Now a national movement, Giving Tuesday, celebrates the spirit of giving back. Over the last three years, Giving Tuesday has grown in popularity as individuals, friends and families come together to support causes that are important to them. What is Florida Tech’s…

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Homecoming 2015

Homecoming Fest, Featuring Matt and Kim, Free Live Concert In Downtown Melbourne Alumni Affairs caught up with indie-pop artist Matt Johnson, who co-founded the band with Kim Schifino, to chat about Homecoming Fest 2015. “We are thrilled to add Matt and Kim to the Fest Headliner list—The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Taking Back Sunday and SOJA. They bring an infectious onstage…

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Honor Roll of Donors

View the 2014–2015 Honor Roll of Donors

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Meet Alumna Hannah ’02: American Shark Conservancy Founder

by Hannah Medd ’02, alumnas and founder of American Shark Conservancy I was inspired to start ASC by the plight of sharks in many parts of the world, with some regional populations declining below 90%. Many shark species are biologically vulnerable to overfishing with late maturity and low fecundity and cannot withstand high levels of fishing pressure. Sharks are also threatened…

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Sunita Williams: Space Pioneer

by Stephanie Bacon The Jerome P. Keuper Distinguished Alumni Award continues illustrating the prominence of Florida Institute of Technology in the 2015 award winner, Sunita Williams The true measure of a university’s greatness can be found in the achievements of its alumni. Florida Institute of Technology has established a worldwide reputation for developing leaders and innovators across diverse fields, from…

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ASC Improvements for Fall 2015

If you’ve stopped by the Academic Support Center this Fall 2015 semester, you may have noticed some changes to our space. We haven’t moved from our ground floor location next to the P133 lecture classroom and between the doorways to the Evans Library, but we’ve done some redecorating and rebranding to make the ASC more visible and student-centric. These improvements…

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