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Global Diversity Celebrated at Florida Tech’s International Festival

The world’s cultures, foods and traditions will be celebrated at the 12th Annual International Festival from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, on the university’s outdoor Panther Plaza.

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Florida Tech Included in Princeton Review Green College Guide

Schools in the guide feature “the most exceptional commitments to sustainability based on their academic offerings and career preparation for students, campus policies, initiatives, and activities.”

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Florida Tech to Hold 3rd Annual Day of Giving Tuesday, Nov. 28

The 24-hour event gives Florida Tech alumni from around the world the chance to support their university with gifts of any size.

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Panthers Crowned SSC Champions for First Time in Women’s Soccer Program History

The Panthers reached their milestone with a 4-2 victory over the Tampa Spartans Sunday at the NSU Soccer Complex in Fort Lauderdale.

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Florida Tech Homecoming Week Features Music, Sports and More

Running Nov. 1-4, the annual gathering brings alumni, faculty, staff, students and community members together in Melbourne, with lots to do.

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Florida Tech, President McCay Presented Mayors’ Cup Trophy

Sunshine State Conference Commissioner Ed Pasque and Melbourne Mayor Kathy Meehan recognized Florida Tech for success in athletics.

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Florida Tech Lightning Researcher Featured on CBS Evening News

The network tapped Amitabh Nag, assistant professor of physics and space sciences, to explain why the Sunshine State is a magnet for lightning strikes.

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Florida Tech Announces 2017 Astronaut Scholars

A senior majoring in planetary science and a junior studying aerospace engineering have earned the prestigious, merit-based honor.

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Florida Tech Confers 619 Degrees as Summer Commencement Held Saturday at Clemente

Students representing more than a dozen states and 31 countries crossed the stage during the university's first summer commencement since 1993.

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Florida Tech Study Confirms Lightning More Powerful Over Ocean Than Land

The durations of negative stepped leaders over the ocean were significantly shorter than those over land, which indicates that they carry more charge in them.

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