Greatness In Academics, Research And Beyond
As Florida Tech's provost and executive vice president, Dr. Marco Carvalho, is chiefly responsible for executing the fulfillment of Florida Tech's academic and research missions, as well as leading its academic administration, institutional research, information technology, student life, enrollment management, and marketing operations. The provost's office establishes policies and procedures concerning academic programs, oversees faculty appointments and promotions, and works to continuously improve the quality of teaching and scholarship at Florida Tech.
Message from the Provost
Florida Tech is a powerful university with a relatively short but unarguably rich history. Since its founding in 1958, Florida Tech has played a vital role in growing, cultivating and shaping the character of the aerospace industry and, by extension, the enterprise of innovation worldwide. Today, thanks to dedicated and innovative faculty, caring and committed staff, and talented, passionate students, Florida's STEM UniversityTM has never been better positioned for greatness. Let us reach for the stars through science together.
In addition to serving as Florida Tech's executive vice president and provost, Marco Carvalho, Ph.D., is executive director of the L3Harris Institute for Assured Information and a professor of computer science at the university. Dr. Carvalho holds a Ph.D. in computer science from Tulane University. His current research centers on cyber command and control systems and federated cybersecurity. To learn more about the provost, see Dr. Carvalho's faculty profile.
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