Members of the Parent Leadership Council voice their support for Florida Tech and its Return to Learn plan with "Why Florida Tech: An Open Letter."
This unique animal cognition research is serving as a vital learning tool for students at Florida Tech and beyond.
With the backing of a state grant, the university is exploring a new option for lagoon water quality improvements.
Utilizing a plastic that isn't recycled often, new research is looking to improve Indian River Lagoon water through bacteria growth.
As big data research grows, a new computational center is in the works to fulfill the technological demand.
B.S. Electrical Engineering, 1986
M.S. Computer Science, 1994
Ph.D. Computer Science, 2001
B.S. Biology, 2010
M.S. Engineering Management, 1988
B.A. Humanities, 1993