Category: Education

Brevard Schools Foundations Receives $39,000 Grant to Benefit Local At-Risk Youth

The Brevard Schools Foundation is the recipient of a $39,000 continuation grant from the Heineman Foundation. The Foundation has selected Brevard Cultural Alliance (BCA) to administer the grant to continue serving at-risk youth in Brevard County.

Eastern Florida’s Carrie Wells, Marianne D’Altilio Honored for Distinguished Performance

Two members of the Eastern Florida State College faculty were honored for their exemplary performance. Carrie Wells, an Assistant Professor of English on the Palm Bay campus, received the 2019 Distinguished Educator Award, and Marianne D’Altilio, an Assistant Professor of Veterinary Technology on the Cocoa campus, received the 2019 Excellence in Faculty Mentoring Award.

Florida Tech Named Among Top 50 Schools in United States for Student-Athletes

Florida Tech has been named one of Top 50 schools in the U.S. for student-athletes, according to Next College Student-Athlete (NCSA), the country’s largest and most successful college athletic recruiting network.

Merritt Island High Valedictorian Corey O’Hern’s Research Breakthrough Gains National Media Coverage

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Merritt Island High School 1990 valedictorian Corey O’Hern, currently a professor of Physics at Yale University, was featured in Phys.org recently after a major breakthrough over soft cells which could provide a better understanding of tumor growth, wound healing and embryonic development.

Students from Croton Elementary School Honor Melbourne Police School Resource Officers

Students from Croton Elementary School presented certificates of appreciation to the Melbourne Police Department to thank them for providing School Resource Officers and assistance with extra security this school year while the county security plan was being finalized.