Florida Tech shark biologist Toby Daly-Engel is spotlighted in a new episode of the Breakthrough documentary series now available on the streaming service Curiosity Stream.
In the last decade, films and television shows from Marvel and DC Comics have become a huge part of global popular culture.
Florida Tech will confer nearly 1,300 degrees upon students from the U.S. and around the world May 4 as the university holds its spring commencement ceremonies.
As investigations continue into two deadly crashes involving Boeing 737 Max aircraft and a host of related matters, a visiting professor at Florida Institute of Technology who has been involved in aviation safety work since 1981 suggests there will be more accidents like these unless and until changes are made to aircraft safety systems.
Joseph Aubrey “Joe” Boyd, the former chairman and CEO of Harris Corporation who joined Florida Tech’s Board of Trustees just five years after the university was founded, passed away Friday morning in Vero Beach. He was 98.
Melbourne resident Brian Davidson won the $50,000 grand prize at Chopper Dropper, the marquee event at Sporting Affair XXVII, Florida Tech’s annual fundraiser for its 18 varsity sports and more than 550 scholar-athletes.
Vision 2019, the annual juried exhibition of the Melbourne-based Strawbridge Art League, opens Saturday, April 6, at Florida Tech’s Foosaner Art Museum.
A documentary on the early days of the space program told through the experiences and memories of families of Cape Canaveral workers will be presented at a free event from 6:30-8 p.m. Friday, March 29, at Florida Tech’s Evans Library.
The advancement of useful technology over the years, from calculators to computers to coding, has created paradigm shifts in the way students are taught – and the way they learn.
Ocean warming is threatening coral reefs globally, with persistent thermal stress events degrading coral reefs worldwide, but a new study has found that corals at or near the equator are affected less than corals elsewhere.
Florida Tech’s Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts will present “Bunnies, Bombs and Battleships: Decoding the Imagery and Aesthetics of Japanese Propaganda Textiles,” on Tuesday, March 19, for the spring Friends of Textiles Lecture series.
Florida Tech’s renowned Scott Center for Autism Treatment now has a nearly $600,000 endowment after six benefactors, led by Brevard County real estate developer Fred Sutton, pledged to support the university-based non-profit facility.
A local band could win a recording session at WFIT 89.5 FM’s performance studio on the Florida Tech campus and a slot at the station’s Sonic Waves Music Festival as the WFIT Garage Band Contest gets underway.
Space Coast residents and Florida Tech students and faculty will take an artistic journey as the university holds its 4th annual African-American Read-In from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22, in Evans Library.
Salvatore T. “Tory” Bruno, president and chief executive officer of United Launch Alliance, will headline the spring F. Alan Smith Distinguished Lecture Feb. 25 at Florida Tech in Melbourne.
Florida Tech President Dwayne McCay has been elected to the Board of Trustees of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
Though the New York Jets and Green Bay Packers needed overtime to settle their Dec. 23, 2018, game at MetLife Stadium, the day’s other major winner needed no such drama: Florida Tech’s Scott Center for Autism Treatment received a donation of more than $16,000 as recipient of the Jets 50/50 Raffle that day.
Florida Tech was among the top North American and Florida-based universities in the social sciences, according to a new survey from the Round University Ranking Agency.
The highly anticipated An Evening of Hope XI, the Scott Center for Autism Treatment’s annual fundraiser, is set to captivate the Space Coast on Feb. 16, 2019, from 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Florida Institute of Technology will hold its 4th annual Day of Giving starting at midnight Tuesday, Nov. 27, giving Panthers from around the world the chance to support their university.