Giving

Winners of Florida Tech’s 2021 Chopper Dropper Announced

The 18th annual fundraiser raised money for Florida Tech athletics programs and the 450 student-athletes who participate.

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Solar Car Entrepreneur to Speak at F. Alan Smith Lecture March 30

Florida Tech alumnus Julian Field is chairman of Solar Transport Systems, which has developed a solar-powered car with a 50-mile range.

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Florida Tech Chopper Dropper to be Streamed Live March 12

The event is the university’s annual fundraiser for its 18 varsity sports programs and more than 450 scholar-athletes.

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Neha and Sanjay Rishi Foundation Establishes Endowed Scholarship

The scholarship will be awarded annually to an African American student at Florida Tech showing financial need.

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Panthers Show Their Pride as Day of Giving Draws More Than 2,500 Donors

With Day of Giving pledges and previous Fall gifts, the university generated more than $345,000 for essential needs and programs.

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Tuesday’s Day of Giving Allows Alumni Around the World to Give Back

The annual, 24-hour event raises funds to support Florida Tech’s greatest needs, including financial aid, research and student activities.

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Recipients Grateful for Support from Emergency Relief Fund

The university has received 15 requests for assistance from former employees who were impacted by reductions necessitated by the pandemic.

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Generosity On and Off Campus Fuels Florida Tech Emergency Relief Fund

Aided by significant voluntary salary reductions from senior university leadership initiated by Florida Tech President Dwayne McCay ...

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Generosity On, Off Campus Fuels Emergency Relief Fund

The fund will assist those in need with a variety of support, including medical bills, mortgage or rent payments, childcare and other necessities.

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Florida Tech Receives $1 Million Donation for Pandemic Challenges

The gift from The University Financing Foundation honors Florida Tech President Dwayne McCay and former Vice President of Financial Affairs Jack Armul.

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