News Releases September 2014
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Public Science Lecture Sept. 26 To Focus on Unique Visual Powers of Pit Vipers, Pythons MELBOURNE, FLA. — Michael Grace, professor of biological sciences at Florida Institute of Technology whose research has been featured on CNN and National Public Radio, in National Geographic magazine and elsewhere, will offer “A Trip Through the Snake Brain: How Pit Vipers and Pythons See the World” at 8 p.
Panthers win first-ever game over a ranked opponent as offense racks up 572 total yards ARLINGTON, Texas – Trevor Sand gained 152 yards and three scores on the ground, and Tyler Bass scored the game-winning touchdown on a seven-yard pass from Mark Cato with 3:56 remaining, as Florida Tech overcame the powerful offense of the 12th ranked Tarleton State Texans, 37-31, at AT&T Stadium.
MELBOURNE, FLA. — Florida Institute of Technology’s Foosaner Art Museum has announced the fall schedule for its First Friday music series held in conjunction with the Eau Gallie Arts District’s First Friday Art Walk. The free concerts are from 5:30-7:30 p.
Monthly Free Gatherings Often Feature School of Psychology Experts MELBOURNE, FLA. — The Scott Center on Autism Treatment at Florida Institute of Technology will host a series of free monthly workshops on a range of topics through the end of the year.
MELBOURNE, FLA. — Lynn Weaver, an electrical engineer by training who guided Florida Institute of Technology for 15 years as its third president until retiring in 2002, has agreed to deposit his papers and related materials in the Harry P. Weber University Archives at Evans Library.
35-Year Weaving Maestro Leads Lifelong Learning Society Course MELBOURNE, FLA. — Pam Pawl, a 35-year weaving practitioner and instructor, will lead a two-day introductory course on weaving on a rigid heddle loom on Sept.
Sept. 19 Event Features Speakers from DynCorp, NASA, FBI MELBOURNE, FLA. — Florida Institute of Technology’s Center for Ethics and Leadership at the Nathan Bisk College of Business will present “Ethical Leadership vs. Compliance: Why it Matters,” the fall 2014 edition of the school’s Ethics & Leadership Conference series.
Exhibition of Recent Works Opens Sept. 18 MELBOURNE, FLA. — An exhibition of the recent works of Carol Brown Goldberg will open Sept. 18 at Florida Institute of Technology’s Foosaner Museum of Art in the Eau Gallie Arts District of Melbourne.
MELBOURNE, FLA. — Florida Institute of Technology is pleased to announce it will offer bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in logistics management, business and related fields at the Fort Dix Army Base in New Jersey starting in spring 2015.
ESPN3 is the exclusive carrier of the league’s 11-game football package BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The Gulf South Conference (GSC) is pleased to announce that Florida's Space Coast is the naming rights sponsor of the 2014 GSC-TV package, which will now be titled the “GSC Football Game of the Week presented by Florida's Space Coast.
MELBOURNE, FLA. — Registration is now open for Florida Institute of Technology’s new Bachelor of Arts in Aviation Management, a fully online program designed to provide an overall perspective on aviation safety, law, planning and operations.
Third Annual Event at Clemente Center Benefits Breast Cancer Prevention MELBOURNE, FLA. — The 3rd Annual Party in Pink Zumbathon charity event will bounce into the Clemente Center on the campus of Florida Institute of Technology from 2-4 p.
11-Year Florida Tech Faculty Member Moves to College of Science MELBOURNE, FLA. — Scott Tilley has been named professor and director of computing education in the College of Science’s Department of Education and Interdisciplinary Studies at Florida Institute of Technology.
University Earns Distinction for International Diversity, Service to Veterans MELBOURNE, FLA. — Florida Institute of Technology is recognized as a top tier National University by U.S. News & World Report for the fifth straight year.
Free Concert One of Many Exciting Events For Homecoming Week MELBOURNE, FLA. — Street vendors, food, drink and music from national recording artist SOJA will mark Florida Institute of Technology's 3rd annual FIT Homecoming Fest from 6 p.
Redshirt freshman Mark Cato throws for four touchdowns and runs for two more in first career start DELAND, Fla. (Football) – The second season of Florida Tech Football could not have started any better than a 54-12 win over Stetson (1-1) Saturday night at Spec Martin Stadium.
MELBOURNE, FLA. — Beth Gitlin, Executive Director of the Women’s Business Center at Florida Institute of Technology, will be a featured panelist and moderator at the Go for the Greens Conference Sept. 10-13 at Disney’s Boardwalk Resort in Orlando.
Show Sept. 13-Dec. 13 Commemorates Center’s 5th Anniversary MELBOURNE, FLA. — The Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts will open its new exhibition, Embellished: A Celebration of Wearable Art, Sept.
Panther fans, We’re excited to kick off our second season of football this Saturday, Sept. 6 against Stetson in DeLand. Last season was special in many ways, and we appreciated all of the fan support. We’re going to need that support and more as we look to fulfill our year-two motto, which is, “Enlarge our territory.
Florida Tech’s new arrivals try on equipment, interact with players, sample BBQ at special event MELBOURNE, FLA. – It didn’t take long for some of Florida Tech’s newest international students to feel ingrained in the American culture.