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Opening Moves: New COES Dean Brings Strategy for Success to Florida Tech
John Harris is a Caltech and MIT alumnus, chess aficionado and new dean of the College of Engineering and Science.
Reza Recognized with Young Researcher Award
He was honored with the New Holland Young Researcher Award from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.
Florida Tech Recognized in New ‘Degrees of the Future’ Ranking
The new ranking recognizing universities that prepare students for the jobs of tomorrow includes Florida Tech in Aerospace/Astronautics.
New Dean at College of Engineering and Science Brings Experience, Vision
John G. Harris oversaw dramatic increases in faculty and research funding as chair of UF's electrical and computer engineering department.
Could Waste Be The Solution?
Inspired by the environment in their country of origin, three Bangladeshi Florida Tech researchers are working to find a solution. 

Stories and Happenings

Ph.D. Alumna Goes on to be Inducted into the NASA Inventors Hall of Fame
Martha K. Williams ’03 Ph.D. has 20 NASA-issued patents and more than 43 published patents or patent applications.
Engineering Alumnus Credits Florida Tech for Successful Career Pivot
Thariq Kara ’07 is now CEO of multiple data analysis companies, including NU Borders and Athstat, which he founded.
Prime Examples of: Creativity
Particularly at Florida Tech, a hub of innovation and forward-thinking, creativity permeates everything. Here are a few Prime Examples.
With People, Through People, For People
Jorge Mesquita ’83 has a formula for success: 50% humility + 50% self-confidence = success “If you have humility, you learn, and you never assume that you’ve got it all figured out,” Mesquita says. “And if you have self-confidence, then you have the strength to power through the inevitable obstacles and the challenges you face. …
New Mertens Marine Center Provides Lagoon Access and Lab Space for Students and Faculty
The 3,000-square-foot, $1.25 million building overlooking Crane Creek will serve up to 140 undergraduate and 50 graduate OEMS students.
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