Category: Florida Tech

Florida Tech Men’s Rowing Varsity 8 Finishes Undefeated at George Washington Invitational

Florida Tech’s 1V8 picked up two more wins Saturday during the second day of the George Washington Invitational, defeating two of the better programs in the nation in Georgetown and GW during head-to-head matchups on the Potomac River.

Florida Tech Inaugural Commercial Space Studies Program Announced at Kennedy Space Center

In its first U.S.-based education partnership, International Space University has joined with the Center for Space Entrepreneurship at Florida Tech to launch an innovative graduate certificate program that will help prepare students and industry professionals for success in the rapidly evolving commercial space industry.

Florida Tech Chopper Dropper Winners Announced, Brian Davidson From Melbourne Wins $50,000

Melbourne resident Brian Davidson won the $50,000 grand prize at Chopper Dropper, the marquee event at Sporting Affair XXVII, Florida Tech’s annual fundraiser for its 18 varsity sports and more than 550 scholar-athletes.

‘Growing Up With Rockets’ Documentary to be Shown Friday at Florida Tech’s Evans Library

A documentary on the early days of the space program told through the experiences and memories of families of Cape Canaveral workers will be presented at a free event from 6:30-8 p.m. Friday, March 29, at Florida Tech’s Evans Library.

Japanese Propaganda Textiles Focus of Florida Tech’s March 19 Lecture at Ruth Funk Center

Florida Tech’s Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts will present “Bunnies, Bombs and Battleships: Decoding the Imagery and Aesthetics of Japanese Propaganda Textiles,” on Tuesday, March 19, for the spring Friends of Textiles Lecture series.