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Research Stories

Florida Tech Team Among Best at Lockheed Martin Ethics Competition
Students Sarah Cameron and Macy Walters, with faculty advisor Moti Mizrahi, tied for third place at the Ethics in Engineering Competition.
School of Arts and Communication Faculty Publications
School of Arts and Communication faculty Jeff Dories and Kenneth Pike reported several publications from 2022.
Border Reporter Headlines Florida Tech Free Speech Week
El Paso Times reporter Lauren Villagran will present, “Reporter’s Notebook: Stories from the U.S.-Mexico Borderland.”
African-American Read-In Friday at Florida Tech
The theme of the free, public event is, "We Shall Not be Moved: Exploring Black Resistance in American Arts and Literature.”
Outside of the Box Electives
Picking a good elective is one way to get the most out of a college education. Check out these unique and interesting Florida Tech electives!
Prime Examples of: Creativity
Particularly at Florida Tech, a hub of innovation and forward-thinking, creativity permeates everything. Here are a few Prime Examples.
Exploring the Emotional Effects of Covering Traumatic News Events
School of Arts and Communication associate professor Ted Petersen shares insight from his research on journalists who cover mass shootings.
Classes, Concert for Brass and Rhythm Day Sept. 25 at Florida Tech
The classes and concert, hosted by Director of Bands and accomplished trumpeter Joseph Montelione, are free and open to the public.
Dylan Song Recorded at Florida Tech Gets International Mention
The version of "Ballad in Plain D" from pianist Paul Anquez and vocalist Isabel Sörling was the "most memorable," a journalist says.
Learning Outside the Classroom
Never bound to a classroom, active learning is part of the Florida Tech experience for all students, no matter their field of study.
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