News

Students Helping Students: The Go Panthers App
A student-designed smartphone application brings essential campus resources, from food to Panther cash, to the campus community.
SVGS Studies to Continue on ISS Through October Launch
New technology developed by Florida Tech and NASA will be launched to the International Space Station later this month.
Florida Tech Receives $5.1 Million Gift to Name Health Sciences Center
Florida Tech’s newest facility will be named the Gordon L. Nelson Health Sciences building, honoring the longtime dean and professor.
Apps for Popular Smart Home Devices Contain Security Flaws, New Research Finds
Florida Tech researchers found that 16 vendors failed to implement security measures in their devices, thus enabling potential attacks.
Jack Brophy Awarded STEM Scholarship from NFL’s Jaguars, Florida Tech
The first-year student plans to study chemical engineering and looks forward to Florida Tech's hands-on learning.

Stories and Happenings

For U.S. Cyber Games Head Coach, Teach and Be Taught
Though his role is guide and teacher, U.S. Cyber Games head coach TJ O’Connor expects to learn plenty from his young team.
Florida Tech’s Day of Giving Draws More Than 2,850 Donors
Donors gave $558,881, a 58 percent increase over 2020’s Day of Giving pledges. Donations came in from more than 40 states and 16 countries.
Florida Tech Has 11 Faculty, Staff Among Top 2 Percent of Scientists
Inclusion on the list is based on standardized academic citations, co-authorships and composite metrics that gauge career-long impact.
Heinz ‘Marz Edition’ Ketchup Made Possible by Florida Tech Science
The global food giant and Florida Tech astrobiologist Andrew Palmer produced the beloved condiment from tomatoes grown in Mars-like conditions.
Alumnus Dave Mecartney, BNP Associates Launch Scholarship Fund with $100K Gift
The $100,000 gift will establish a scholarship fund and internship program for minority students in aviation, science and engineering.