From red tide to runoff, the Indian River Lagoon faces many threats. Microplastics may be the newest identified enemy, but a team of UCF researchers and collaborators is racing to find answers before it is too late.
Florida Preparatory Academy, under the new leadership of California-based Newopen USA, is making significant changes to its tuition awards program to help more families enjoy optimal educational opportunities for their children.
Faculty from Florida Tech’s School of Arts and Communication will explore the multifaceted legacies of World War I at a public event Friday, Nov. 9, at the university’s Evans Library.
Mary “Cathy” Dickens, a 1998 Florida Tech graduate with a distinguished career in government and the private defense sector, has established a scholarship in her name to assist women looking to advance their careers with a degree from the university’s Nathan Bisk College of Business.
The Community Foundation for Brevard awarded Florida Institute of Technology researchers nearly $80,000 under the Medical Research Grant to Find Cause and/or Cure for Alzheimer’s, Cancer, and Other Pervasive Diseases initiative.
Florida Prep is now accepting boys and girls in grades 5-12 and will host an Open House on Monday, November 12, on their Melbourne, Florida campus.
Elementary schoolchildren are invited to explore the history of Florida wildlife and animal adaptations as part of this year’s winter break camps at Brevard Zoo.
A new Student Union that will be a vibrant center for student life on Eastern Florida State College’s Melbourne Campus is nearing completion with doors set to open in January.
Know a student teacher who wants a full-time job in a great place to live? Brevard Public Schools will host a Teacher Internship Job Fair on Tuesday, October 30 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the boardroom at BPS headquarters, located at 2700 Judge Fran Jamieson Way in Viera.
Eastern Florida State College will host a MYTechHire recruiting event on Saturday, October 20 at its Cocoa Campus to discuss participation in a research project that could lead to free high-tech training.
The U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps, a youth organization chartered by Congress and sponsored by the U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard, is hosting advanced training in Brevard County, Oct. 12-15.
Brevard Schools Foundation is pleased to announce the award of an $11,000 grant from the Balda Family Foundation. These funds will be used to purchase Florida Prepaid Scholarships for students in the Brevard chapter of the Take Stock in Children Program.
Attorney General Pam Bondi, along with Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Rick Swearingen and Florida Department of Education Commissioner Pam Stewart, today announced the launch of Fortify Florida, a suspicious activity reporting app. The app is now available to students across the state.
While tests for heart attacks currently exist, they are slow and require specially trained personnel. Associate professor Parag Banerjee is working to change that with the help of a grant from the National Science Foundation.
The Consortium of Florida Education Foundations (CFEF) recently awarded Brevard Schools Foundation $91,089.42 in matching funds through the School District Education Foundation Matching Grant Program.
Florida Tech’s Bisk College of Business is launching Accelerated Business Programs that will allow participants to finish degrees faster and get into their careers sooner – all while saving up to $55,000 in tuition and overall costs when compared with a standard-paced approach.
Don Platt, an aerospace entrepreneur, assistant professor and longtime director of the Space Systems Master’s Programs at Florida Tech’s School of Extended Graduate Studies, has been named director of the university’s Spaceport Graduate Center.
West Shore Jr./Sr. High School in Melbourne has been named a 2018 National Blue Ribbon School — one of only nine schools in Florida to earn the elite designation.
Florida Tech is among the top 50 universities in the Southern U.S. and an elite university nationally, according to the 2019 Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings.
Scientists and researchers from around Florida will discuss the latest efforts to fix the ailing Indian River Lagoon as Florida Institute of Technology’s Indian River Lagoon Research Institute convenes its fourth annual Technical Conference on Coastal Water Quality on Friday, Sept. 28.