The Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts will host an African drumming and dance workshop on Oct. 19 and a Friends of Textiles Lecture Series presentation on the history of kanga cloth Nov. 6 as the Florida Tech museum offers two events in conjunction with its current exhibition, Wandering Spirit: African Wax Prints.
Young girls interested in aviation and the possibilities of flight are invited to Girls in Aviation Day from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13, at F.I.T. Aviation, 801 Harry Goode Way at Orlando Melbourne International Airport.
Florida Tech’s Bisk College of Business is launching Accelerated Business Programs that will allow participants to finish degrees faster and get into their careers sooner – all while saving up to $55,000 in tuition and overall costs when compared with a standard-paced approach.
Florida Tech will celebrate its 60th anniversary with four days of Homecoming events this month.
Don Platt, an aerospace entrepreneur, assistant professor and longtime director of the Space Systems Master’s Programs at Florida Tech’s School of Extended Graduate Studies, has been named director of the university’s Spaceport Graduate Center.
Florida Tech is among the top 50 universities in the Southern U.S. and an elite university nationally, according to the 2019 Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings.
Scientists and researchers from around Florida will discuss the latest efforts to fix the ailing Indian River Lagoon as Florida Institute of Technology’s Indian River Lagoon Research Institute convenes its fourth annual Technical Conference on Coastal Water Quality on Friday, Sept. 28.
Vik Verma, who earned his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering at Florida Tech in 1987 on his way to becoming a successful Silicon Valley entrepreneur and executive, will receive the Jerome P. Keuper Distinguished Alumni Award at the university’s 60th Anniversary Homecoming Gala Oct. 13.
Florida Tech will light up the night Sept. 22 in recognition of the university’s 60th anniversary. An 8 p.m. Founders Day fireworks display is set for Olin Quad, just off University Boulevard between Babcock Street and Country Club Road.
Florida Tech will host a large gathering this fall centered on a very small thing. More than 200 people from the Sunshine State and the southeast United States are expected to visit Florida Tech Oct. 5-7 for the 11th NanoFlorida Research Conference
Astrobiology major Nathan Hadland and aerospace engineering major Noah Nodolski have been named Florida Institute of Technology’s Astronaut Scholars for the 2018-19 academic year. This prestigious, merit-based honor reflects the students’ exemplary academic performance, ingenuity and unique aptitude for research.
Mars will be the focus of Florida Tech’s first Public Science Lecture of the fall 2018 semester.
Greg Smith, executive vice president for supply chain at Walmart U.S. will headline the fall F. Alan Smith Distinguished Lecture Tuesday, Sept. 11, at Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne.
Florida Institute of Technology is one of the “best and most interesting institutions in the nation,” according to the 2019 Fiske Guide to Colleges.
Eugenie Clark was a pioneer in shark biology, known around the world for her illuminating research on shark behavior. But she was a pioneer in another critical way, as one of the first women of prominence in the male-dominated field of marine biology
Jean Carlos Perez, an assistant professor of physics and space sciences, has been awarded a five-year, nearly $750,000 grant from the National Science Foundation’s prestigious CAREER program.
The Scott Center for Autism Treatment at the Florida Institute of Technology, along with the Brazilian state of Paraná, launched the Autism Training Program this week. The two-year partnership involves online training modules and face-to-face training in Brazil for people who work with autism and other developmental disabilities, created by experts at the Scott Center.
Florida Institute of Technology’s Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts will host the Not Quite Right Improv Comedy Troupe for a unique and interactive gallery performance at 7 p.m. Friday, July 13.
Rising sea-level is threatening island nations that are no more than 3 feet above the high-tide line, but a new study has found that healthy coral reefs may be able to keep up and thus protect these vulnerable areas.
From STEM to snorkeling, aviation to athletics, sculpture to soccer, Florida Institute of Technology’s nearly three dozen summer camps this year will offer something for almost any interest.