With 135 projects capturing the power, complexity and elegance of STEM, the Northrop Grumman Engineering & Science Student Design Showcase at Florida Tech April 12 offered tough choices for the dozens of industry professionals who had to pick the best entries.
Florida Tech softball (33-10, 17-7 SSC) reached a new all-time high ranking as the team garnered No. 5 in the latest National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) poll, announced Wednesday, April 17.
The Florida Tech Office of Research in collaboration with NASA will host Space Technology Day on the university’s Melbourne campus Thursday, May 23. Due to limited seating, pre-registration is required. There will be no on-site registration.
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 is in Washington Harbour this weekend to compete in the 31st George Washington Invitational on Friday and Saturday on the Potomac River.
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 has won the 2019 Women’s Panther Invitational at Duran Golf Club, earning a wire-to-wire victory in the final home tournament in program history.
A new ranking from Times Higher Education (THE) has highlighted Florida Tech’s strength in sustainability research, its success in serving as a “community custodian” of arts and heritage, and the impact of its internal approaches to sustainability.
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.
The Crimson team won Saturday’s annual Crimson & Gray Spring Football Game over the Gray team, 29-17, at Panther Stadium.
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.
Florida Tech women’s rowing finds itself as one of the top teams in the country as they garnered the No. 2 ranking and one first-place vote.
Florida Tech Football will host it’s annual Crimson & Gray Spring Game this Saturday, Mar. 30, at 1 p.m. at Florida Tech Panther Stadium.
Florida Tech women’s rowing Varsity-8 boat has been named Sunshine State Conference boat of the week, announced by the conference office Monday, March 25.
The advancement of useful technology over the years, from calculators to computers to coding, has created paradigm shifts in the way students are taught – and the way they learn.
Allen S. Henry, a long-serving member and past chairman of the Florida Tech Board of Trustees who strengthened the university with his guidance and his largesse, passed away Tuesday. He was 78.
Ocean warming is threatening coral reefs globally, with persistent thermal stress events degrading coral reefs worldwide, but a new study has found that corals at or near the equator are affected less than corals elsewhere.
On March 16, the Panthers concluded the 2019 NCAA Swimming Championships. In the 100 free, Victor Rocha Furtado recorded a time of 43.64 to qualify for the finals in the event.
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.
On March 13, the Panthers competed in day 1 of the NCAA Swimming Championships in IU Natatorium.