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Flutist, Scholar Pam Youngblood to Hold Free Concert Jan. 30 at Gleason

Youngblood, professor and chair of the Department of Music and Drama at Texas Woman’s University, is the 2016-2018 Phi Kappa Phi Artist.

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Florida Tech to Host 2019 National Concrete Canoe Competition

Florida Tech is only the second university in Florida to host the 30-year-old event, and will be the only one to host it twice come June 6-9, 2019.

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Florida Tech Confers 990 Degrees at 2017 Fall Commencement

"Success is going to be about finding your passion, walking with conviction, and being relentless and resilient when chasing after your dream," keynote speaker Huntley Lawrence said.

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Shark Biologist Joins Florida Tech Faculty

Toby Daly-Engel works both in the field and in the lab to study genetic clues about sharks’ ecology and how they have changed over their 450-million-year existence.

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Scott Center for Autism Treatment Launches Online Screening Service

ScreenOurKids.org offers parents and caregivers access to a scientifically validated tool for screening children between 16 and 30 months of age to assess risks for developmental delays.

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Florida Tech Makes Statement in Victory Over No. 18 West Alabama

An 11-yard touchdown run by quarterback Mark Cato with 51 seconds to go propelled Florida Tech to the upset victory in the Gulf South Conference Saturday.

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U.S. News: Florida Tech Climbs 20 Spots in National University Rankings

For the eighth consecutive year, Florida Tech was named a Tier 1 Best National University as one of the top 200 four-year schools.

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Florida Tech Recognized Among Fastest-Growing U.S. Universities

The Melbourne-based university was ranked No. 11 of the 20 fastest-growing U.S. colleges in The Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac 2017.

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Florida Tech Lauded in 2018 Fiske College Guide

The Melbourne-based university is one of just nine Florida schools included in the popular guide, which spotlights 300 of the nation’s more than 2,200 colleges and universities.

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Florida Tech College of Science to Offer Degree in Marine Conservation

The new major will offer participants a carefully designed blend of hands-on learning, participation in real research and guidance from the university’s world-renowned faculty.

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