Florida Tech lit up the Saturday night in recognition of the university’s 60th anniversary. The Founders Day fireworks display was held on the Olin Quad, just off University Boulevard between Babcock Street and Country Club Road.
In November 2014, the voters of Brevard County passed a one-half cent surtax for renewal of school facilities, technology, and security. It was estimated that during the six years of the surtax it would generate $198 million.
The 29th annual Annual Brevard County Long Term Care Symposium is set for Nov. 7 at the Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place and is presented by the Brevard County Medical Directors Association (BCMDA).
Eastern Florida State College bachelor’s program student Susan Slaton has won a prestigious state honor for her volunteer work on campus and in the community.
Beth Thedy, Ed.D., has been named the deputy superintendent and chief operating officer of Brevard Public Schools. Christine Moore will succeed Thedy as assistant superintendent for Student Services and Exceptional Student Education.
The University of Central Florida is one of the ten most innovative universities in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges 2019.
NASA and commercial space companies someday may get some critical information about building safer spacecraft, thanks to the work of UCF physics Assistant Professor Adrienne Dove and her team of students.
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.
In this all-new program, students travel to the Red Planet for a day to live and work on Mars Base 1. Set in a landscape of the future, Rookie Astronaut teams have the unique opportunity to travel to Mars through the Mars Transporter Vehicle.
There’s no better tool to teach students about physics than to see it at work in the real world. That’s why UCF Pegasus Professor of physics Humberto Campins decided to teach this semester despite the heavy research load he knows will be coming.
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.
As many parents already know, the beginning of the school year is a busy time for children who are getting ready to play organized sports. Playing sports is a great way for a child to stay fit and healthy, make friends, learn about teamwork, and develop a sense of personal satisfaction.
The safety of students within the school setting is paramount on the minds of school administration and parents these days.
Mars will be the focus of Florida Tech’s first Public Science Lecture of the fall 2018 semester.
The Melbourne Police Department introduced six School Resource Officers on Wednesday via social media.
Brevard County South Area Parks and Recreation is offering a new education program, “Home School Science,” at the Rodes Park Community Center, located at 3410 Flanagan Avenue, in West Melbourne.
AAA will give Florida eighth graders the chance to go on the trip of a lifetime.
Through a specialized grant to the Brevard Schools Foundation from The Boeing Company, the first Boeing FUSE Studio will open in North Brevard at James Madison Middle in Titusville on August 23.
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.
The Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation has awarded $20,000 to the Eastern Florida State College Foundation for scholarships to help students study for careers as first responders.