Category: Education

Florida Tech to Celebrate 60th Anniversary Sept. 22 With Founders Day Fireworks Display at Olin Quad

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.

NASA Space Mission Gives UCF Students Opportunity to See How Research Pays Off

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.

EDUCATION SPOTLIGHT: Nathan Hadland, Noah Nodolski Named Florida Tech’s Astronaut Scholars

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.

The Florida Department of Health Gives Eight Ways to Keep Your Young Athlete Safe

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.

Walmart Supply Chain VP Headlines F. Alan Smith Lecture Sept. 11 at Florida Tech

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.