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Q&A: Michael King Stands For … Identification

A biometrics expert, he is focused on better adapting facial recognition technology to gender and ethnicity.

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Mission: Possible – Breaking Into the World of Competitive Cybersecurity, One Hack at a Time

Florida Tech's cybersecurity competition team and cyber operations concentration get students excited about and prepared for cyber careers

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Q&A: Toby Daly-Engel Stands For … Persistence

She frequently overcomes obstacles—both as a researcher and a woman in her male-dominated profession—and she aims to help others do the same.

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Florida Tech Earns STARS Silver Rating for Sustainability Achievements

STARS is a rating system for higher education that addresses the environmental, social and economic dimensions of sustainability.

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Applications Sought for Free Summer Program in Statistical Modeling for Geosciences

This hands-on research experience will help prepare participants for careers in the expanding fields of statistics and data analysis.

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Initiative in the Water

New research projects, as well as a new building, continue the focus on improving the overall health of the Indian River Lagoon.

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Florida Tech Professor Co-Authors Book on Nearshore Florida Reefs

The book, published by Springer Press, fills gaps in biological and ecological understanding for scientists, managers, divers and fisherfolk.

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Community Foundation for Brevard Awards Grants to Florida Tech Researchers

The recipients are Karen Kim Guisbert and Eric Guisbert in the Department of Biomedical and Chemical Engineering and Sciences.

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Army Vet Alumnus Trades in Fatigues for Wetsuit

Jonathan Bergeron ’97 was named chief operating officer and dive safety officer at the Coral Restoration Foundation in Key Largo, Florida

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Hurricane Hunter

Meteorology alumna builds a career chasing storms and dreams

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