Giving

Cold War Kids to Perform at Florida Tech Homecoming Fest Oct. 12

The free outdoor event on New Haven Avenue, presented by the Florida Tech Alumni Association and Mainstreet Partners, is one of the highlights of the university’s year-long 60th anniversary celebration.

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Donors Help Establish, Grow Florida Tech’s Ethos Community Garden

Located in the Residence Quad, Ethos was conceived of by a small group of students on the Residence Life Sustainability Committee looking to make a big difference at Florida Tech.

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Florida Tech’s Perez Awarded $750K NSF CAREER Grant for Solar Research

The Faculty Early Career Development Program award will fund his work on the theoretical understanding of solar wind turbulence near the Sun.

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Walter and Hortense Nunn Estate Establishes Endowed Chair in Electromagnetics

The Nunns wanted to enhance the teaching and development of electrical engineering by establishing a faculty chair dedicated to advancing research and education in that critical field.

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Donor Establishes Endowment for Ruth Funk Textile Center

The endowment, established by a couple from Cape Canaveral, will help ensure the facility’s continued operation as an integral part of student education. 

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Family, Friends Establish Richard Turner Endowed Research Fund in Biological Sciences

The fund will support undergraduate research on organismal, cell, or molecular biology in the name of the 41-year Florida Tech faculty member, now professor emeritus.

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Florida Tech Project Takes Top Prize at Statewide Design Showcase

Scuff Protection Interface, which involves a protective system used to ensure the movement of heavy equipment does not damage flooring or the equipment, was named Best Invited Project.

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Bob & Jan Case Endowment to Broaden Access to Arts Education

The endowment will support and advance arts education for youth through Florida Tech's Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts.

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Florida Tech Mourns Passing of Lawrence Mertens

A friend of Florida Tech founder Jerome Keuper, Mertens served as the university's first instructor for marine biology. He later created a generous endowment with his wife, Margarete.

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Florida Tech’s Day of Giving Draws More Than 1,800 Donors

Donors from 53 countries pledged more than $143,000 during the 24-hour fundraising event, held in conjunction with the international effort known as Giving Tuesday.

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