Engineering

New Dean at College of Engineering and Science Brings Experience, Vision

John G. Harris oversaw dramatic increases in faculty and research funding as chair of UF's electrical and computer engineering department.

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Could Waste Be The Solution?

Inspired by the environment in their country of origin, three Bangladeshi Florida Tech researchers are working to find a solution. 

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Pinelli, Students Attend Wind Engineering Conference

The students presented multiple papers at the 14th Americas Conference on Wind Engineering in Lubbock, Texas.

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Alumnus Establishes Scholarship Fund for Mechanical Engineering Students in Need

The Sujit and Nidhi Jain Charitable Foundation has established the Sujit and Nidhi Jain Scholarship Fund at Florida Tech.

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Florida Tech Announces 2022 Farmer Scholar

William Connor Fitzpatrick, top of his class at Mel High, will study aerospace engineering. He hopes to help humanity expand into the cosmos.

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Junior Delaney Novak Awarded Judith Resnik Memorial Scholarship

The junior aerospace engineering major beat out more than 1,100 applicants for the national honor awarded to one recipient annually.

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Florida Tech ASCE Students Make Strong Showing at Regional Conference

A dozen students from the university ASCE chapter competed at the Southeast Student Conference last month, placing fifth overall.

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Student Design Showcase April 22 at Clemente Center

More than 100 projects will be displayed, from a mental health app for college students to a lunar landing pad built from Moon materials.

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Black in STEM Celebration April 15 on Florida Tech Campus

The event will include a panel discussion featuring distinguished Black scientists and professionals, live music, food trucks and more.

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Folliard Alumni Center Recognized with Melbourne Clean Energy Award

The building was remodeled in 2020 as a zero-energy structure. It now has features including LED lighting and solar power.

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