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A Day in the Life of a Florida Tech Scholar-Athlete
Balancing rigorous coursework with a high-level sport is no easy feat. But what does a day in the life of a scholar athlete really look like?
Krishnamurthy Recognized for Best Theoretical Paper
The psychology professor and colleagues received the 2022 Martin Mayman Award for best theoretical paper published in the Journal of Personality Assessment.
Psychology Alumna Leads Conservation Efforts at Brevard Zoo
Director of conservation at Brevard Zoo, Jody Cassell ’07 believes that everyone can be "wildlife warriors" through simple acts in their everyday lives.
Rescue to the Research: An Update on Mateo the Spider Monkey
With the help of Mateo, the orphaned monkey Florida Tech helped to re-home in 2020, university researchers are learning about the complex social relationships of primates and how those dynamics may illuminate human behavior.
In Memoriam: Philip Farber
He was a kind and caring teacher, mentor and clinical psychologist who spent nearly 40 years in the School of Psychology at Florida Tech,
Nonconscious Memory Research Focus of Recent Graduate
Nathaniel Allen recently concluded his time as a student and athlete at Florida Tech. However, this busy individual has more work ahead.
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