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My ‘Why’: Students Share Their Reasons for Choosing Florida Tech

Why choose Florida Tech for your college education? Check out our five most popular answers in the words of current Panthers themselves.

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VIDEO: Life at Florida Tech From The Student Perspective

Watch Florida Tech's episode on Amazon Prime Video series “The College Tour” for a look at life through the eyes of current Panthers.

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Alumnus Reflects on Florida Tech Education and Its Impact on His Career at NASA

Adam Cooper ’09 has worked at NASA since he graduated more than 12 years ago, today serving as pressure systems subsystem manager.

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Computer Science Alumna Scores Dream Job Working With NHL Team

Erika Ambrioso ’20 is a software developer with Vinik Sports Group, parent company to the Tampa Bay Lightning.

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Societal Change Through Technology

CEO of Saudi Arabia’s largest social bank, Ibrahim bin Hamad Al-Rashid ’02 M.S. uses technology to steer the country through turbulent times.

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Alumni Answer the Call to Careers in Community Service

Andry Sweet ’89, Jonathan V. Wilson ’98 and Brenda Behan ’86 are among the few who go beyond volunteerism, making service their careers.

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‘Out Astronaut’ Brian Murphy Long Embraced Trailblazer Role

The Out Astronaut Project addresses the under-representation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people in science and space.

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Business Students Place in Top 10 at IACBE-CapSource Competition

Three Florida Tech teams placed in the top 10 in the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE)-CapSource 2021 Fall Student Case Competition.

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Psychologist-Turned-Lawyer Follows Passion Into IP Law

A law clerk for Fishman Stewart PLLC, Melissa Chapman ’15 is in her last semester at Wayne State University Law.

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Mark Tanner ’14, ’17 M.S., Leads Environmental Team At Amazon Air

The double alumnus is responsible for all environmental impacts at the company’s air sites.

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