News Releases November 2014
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Samar Salamé Will Be Making North American Debut at Gleason MELBOURNE, FLA. — Acclaimed soprano Samar Salamé will make her North American debut at a concert Sunday, Jan. 18, 2015, at Gleason Performing Arts Center on the campus of Florida Institute of Technology.
MELBOURNE, FLA. —Early registration is now underway for winter art classes and workshops at Florida Institute of Technology’s Renee Foosaner Education Center in the Eau Gallie Arts District of Melbourne. The new term, which will feature one- to three-day workshops and multi-week classes, starts Jan.
MELBOURNE, FLA. — An open-air marketplace offering a variety of goods and products, from foods to jewelry, will pop up from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday on Crawford Green on the campus of Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne. Hosted by Florida Tech’s radio station, WFIT 89.
Stars from Last Year’s Sold-Out Show Are Back by Popular Demand MELBOURNE, FLA. — Get ready to groove your way back to the glory days of Motown as the Florida Institute of Technology Alumni Association proudly presents the Four Tops, Supremes, Temptations, Miracles and Marvelettes Salute with Myles Savage’s Last Original Stars in concert starting at 6 p.
Free Event at Crawford Green for Grads, Families and Friends MELBOURNE, FLA. — Graduating students and their families and friends are invited to the Panther4Life Grad Bash on Dec. 12, the evening before Florida Institute of Technology’s fall commencement ceremonies.
MELBOURNE, FLA. — Fueled by its success and growth, the Women’s Business Center (WBC) at Florida Institute of Technology has announced new leadership positions for two of its key personnel. Beth Gitlin has been named executive director of the center, having served as its director since May 2012.
MELBOURNE, FLA. — The Vero Beach location of Florida Institute of Technology’s Scott Center for Autism Treatment is holding an open house from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 11 at Sunshine Physical Therapy Center, 1705 17th Ave.
MELBOURNE, FLA. — With the successful landing today of the Philae spacecraft on the surface of comet 67/P, experiments can get underway that may shed light on some of the biggest questions in science and astronomy, according to Hakeem Oluseyi, an associate professor of physics and space sciences at Florida Institute of Technology.
James Whittaker, Former Florida Tech Professor, Offers Free Presentations MELBOURNE, FLA. — James Whittaker, a former Florida Institute of Technology professor who has worked for the FBI, Google and Microsoft, where he is currently the company’s Distinguished Engineer, will make two free presentations Thursday, Nov.
MELBOURNE, FLA. — One of the Space Coast’s most anticipated events, the Scott Center for Autism Treatment’s annual fundraiser, An Evening of Hope VII: Night of Wishes, is set to enchant and entertain on Saturday, April 11, 2015, from 7-10 p.
MELBOURNE, FLA. — It’s time to lace up your sneakers and hit the road as Florida Institute of Technology’s Scott Center for Autism Treatment kicks off the fourth season of its Running Club. Starting Nov. 29 and lasting through Feb.
MELBOURNE, FLA. — Florida Institute of Technology’s Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts will host guest artist Kerr Grabowski in the next Friends of Textiles Lecture Series event on Tuesday, Nov. 18. The event will begin with a reception at 5:15 p.
Junior Civil Engineering Major Passed Away in Car Accident MELBOURNE, FLA. — Florida Institute of Technology is mourning today after the loss of junior Alex Brack, who passed away late Sunday in a car accident in the Florida Panhandle.
Senior wide-out hauls in 41-yard Hail Mary pass as time expires ROME, Ga. (Football) – Things looked pretty bleak for Florida Tech after Shorter’s Eric Dodson scored on a 34-yard rush to take a 30-28 lead with 25 seconds remaining in the game.