School of Arts and Communication

School of Arts and Communication

Research Stories

Endgame: Florida Tech Professor Studying Superhero Regeneration
Lisa Perdigao has examined the roles of death and rebirth of superheroes in comic books, television and movies.

Award-Winning Radio Producer Headlines Free Speech Week at Florida Tech Feb. 18-22
'This American Life' producer Robyn Semien's presentation is part of a full week of First Amendment-oriented public activities starting Feb. 18 on the Florida Tech campus.

Florida Tech’s Reel Reads Series to Feature ‘A Christmas Carol’
Led by Humanities faculty, the free public event Nov. 27 will involve the exploration and discussion of key scenes, contexts and themes from the book and its movie versions.

Florida Tech Faculty Examine Legacies of World War I at Community Event Friday
The free event is Nov. 9, two days before the 100th anniversary of the Nov. 11, 1918, armistice ending the conflict that claimed 15 million lives.

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Photojournalist Headlines Florida Tech Free Speech Week
Held Feb. 20-23, Free Speech Week features lectures, events and activities centered on and designed to help foster a better understanding of the First Amendment.

Pulitzer Prize Winner to Speak Feb. 22 at Florida Tech Free Speech Event
Tampa Bay Times reporter Leonora LaPeter Anton shared the Pulitzer for investigative reporting last year. She will speak at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 22 in the Hartley Room.

Florida Tech Marks #Frankenstein200 with Variety of Events Starting Oct. 25
From panel discussions to movies, writing workshops to theater, Florida Tech will be alive, alive! with Frankenstein fun.

Robert Shearer, Florida Tech Faculty Member Since 1981, Passes Away
He was recently recognized as one of a small number of faculty who served under all five of Florida Tech’s presidents.

First Amendment Center Scholar Headlines Florida Tech Free Speech Celebration
The Crimson, Florida Tech’s student-run newspaper, hosts the event, which features a student demonstration, a free-speech wall and a keynote address.

Attorney to Share Story of Adversity, Success at Florida Tech’s Lecture in Law Oct. 1
Attorney Trizia Eavenson is the keynote speaker at the Fourth Annual Lecture in Law presented by Florida Institute of Technology’s School of Arts & Communication on Thursday, Oct. 1, in the Hartley Room on the second floor of Denius Student Center.