Florida Tech’s online excellence was recognized in the 2020 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Online Programs rankings.
Brevard Public Schools has begun implementation of a new health education curriculum in all of its K-12 schools to meet state requirements.
The Eastern Florida State College Foundation recently announced receipt of a $1,500 donation from the Cape Kennedy Corvette Club.
Eastern Florida State College is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year as a leader in Florida higher education, serving students and the Space Coast community.
The Northrop Grumman Foundation and the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA) announced the selection of 26 middle school science, technology, and engineering teachers from across the country as 2019–20 Teacher Fellows in the Northrop Grumman Foundation Teachers Academy.
Brevard Public Schools board member Matt Susin, who served as a substitute teacher at Rockledge High School on Monday, spoke to Space Coast Daily’s Chris Bonanno about his time at the school, the need for more substitute teachers in Brevard and what he’s most looking forward to accomplishing in 2020 on the board.
Brevard Public Schools proudly joins the Florida Department of Education (FDOE) in recognizing January as National Mentoring Month.
Governor Ron DeSantis announced Florida’s graduation rates for the 2018-2019 school year and Brevard County continued to climb.
Governor Ron DeSantis announced that Florida’s 2018-19 graduation rate increased to 86.9 percent, an increase of 0.8 percentage points over last year and a jump of 27.7 percentage points since 2003-04.
Two members of the Eastern Florida State College faculty were honored Thursday for their exemplary performance.
Persistent temperature stress events are degrading coral reefs worldwide, but a new study from Florida Institute of Technology has found that corals in naturally turbid waters are less affected by thermal stress than corals in clearer water.
Melbourne Central Catholic High School senior Edward Brunger was presented with a Florida Tech STEM Star Award by Florida Institute of Technology civil engineering professor Paul Cosentino in a ceremony Thursday.
China! We hear so much about the country and its people, but do we truly understand either? As we enter the new decade, millions of American students will come of age in the era of US/Chinese integration and for many, this represents an exciting opportunity to embrace new technologies, a new culture and to add a new language to their skillset.
Florida Tech will celebrate the life and achievements of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13, at the Gleason Performing Arts Center on the university’s Melbourne campus.
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A Florida Tech physicist has been awarded a $550,000 NASA grant to try to solve one of astronomy’s most vexing and dangerous problems: predicting when and where harmful doses of solar energetic particle radiation will occur.
njoy this Christmas edition of Dr. Mark Pinsky’s “The Doctors’ Corner,” an informative and educational multimedia report on the latest news about health, medicine, fitness and nutrition. Exclusively on Space Coast Daily TV, Fr. Blake Britton and Dr. Pinsky provide insightful commentary and advice about spirituality and medicine.
This last Heart of Brevard nomination for 2019 was submitted by Breann Robertson, school secretary at Westside Elementary about Barbi Miller, gifted teacher at Palm Bay Elementary.
Congratulations to Palm Bay Magnet High 11th grader Isabelle Medina, who has been accepted to serve in the Florida Legislature 2020 Page & Messenger Program and will be heading to Tallahassee in early March.
An award from Collins Aerospace’s Green Communities Grant Program will help fund native, lagoon-friendly landscaping at Florida Tech’s new Alumni Center.