STEM Excellence Now And Forever
There's a simple reason Florida Tech is known as Florida's STEM UniversityTM.
To put it simply: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math are in our DNA. This makes STEM a driving force behind who we are, what we do, and why we exist.
We put together the following list to help you explore all of the STEM-related academics, activities, and opportunities available at Florida Tech.
- Aldrin Space Institute
- College of Engineering and Science
- Degree Programs
- Discovery Magazine (Faculty Research News)
- Math Advancement Center
- Math and Science Teacher Education
- Career Management
- Larsen Motorsports (STEAM Outreach)
- Lifelong Learning Lecture Series
- Northrop Grumman Engineering and Science Student Design Showcase
- Indian River Lagoon Research
- Indian River Lagoon TechCon
- Research Centers and Institutes (Overview)
- Student Clubs and Organizations
- Summer Camps
- Tech Talks
STEM News and Stories
A recent study at the ORION lab is looking at the feasibility of growing crops in space in a new way.
Research by Erikson, Kirk; Voss, Michelle; Prakash, Ruchika; Basak, Chandramallika; Szabo, Amanda; Chaddock, Laura; Kim, Jennifer; Heo, Susie; Alves, Heloisa; White, Siobhan; Wojcicki, Thomas; Mailey, Emily; Vieira, Victoria; Martin, Stephen; Pence, Brandt; Woods, Jeffrey; McAuley, Edward; Kramer, Arthur (2011). Exercise training increases size of hippocampus and improves memory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,108(7), …
Research by James Collard, Matthew Fuller-Tyskiewicz (2020). Positive irrational beliefs and mental health. Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10942-020-00375-y Written by Robin N. Fatovic M.S. Is it helpful to always look on the bright side? Psychology researchers argued that being overly positive, like thinking one is always in control, successful,and makes no mistakes, can …
The magazine invited more than 200 online MBA programs to participate, and Florida Tech was one of just four Florida schools on the list.
Recent research has shown the germ-killing light is effective in killing organisms that cause biofouling on ships.
Shark biologist Toby Daly-Engel swims with Tiffany Haddish and sharks, and seeks out the world's biggest bull shark, all starting July 11.