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Marine and Environmental Science Camp

Marine and Environmental Science Camp

Florida Tech’s Department of Marine and Environmental Systems presents a camp for students aged 10 and up. Marine and Environmental Science Camp is a five-day experience where students can explore Brevard county’s unique marine life. Students [...]

Florida Tech Engineering Camp

Florida Tech Engineering Camp

Every summer, local and international high school students have the opportunity to dive into a collegiate engineering environment at Florida Institute of Technology. If you’re a 10th through 12th grade student interested in finding a specific major [...]

4 Things You Didn’t Know About Florida Tech’s 3D Printing Camp

4 Things You Didn’t Know About Florida Tech’s 3D Printing Camp

3D printing is one of the fastest growing industries in the nation, and now anyone attending Florida Tech’s 3D printing summer camp can build and take a printer home with them. Here’s more information you might [...]

FIT Scores Big at NASA Robotic Mining Competition

FIT Scores Big at NASA Robotic Mining Competition

For many students, summer means relaxing back home with friends and family. But for a number of robotics teams, the first weeks of summer are reserved for preparing and competing in NASA’s annual Robotic Mining Competition. [...]

FIT Spring Graduation 2014

FIT Spring Graduation 2014

Congratulations, Graduates! Here’s what some of our graduates, friends and families are saying about the big event. [...]

Florida Tech Accepts $24.1 Million Technology and Program Gift from PTC

Florida Tech Accepts $24.1 Million Technology and Program Gift from PTC

Continuing with its mission to provide opportunities for business and engineering students to develop real world product/process development skills, PTC (Nasdaq: PTC) on Monday, March 31, announced a collaboration with the Florida Institute of Technology to offer students [...]

Florida Tech’s Student Rocket Society Takes 1st Place at the 2014 Hybrid Rocket Competition

Florida Tech’s Student Rocket Society Takes 1st Place at the 2014 Hybrid Rocket Competition

Written by H. Greg Peebles I was on my knees only a few inches from the recently crashed rocket. This was our last flight of the day with only minutes before the judging deadline, which was [...]

5 unique graduate programs you didn’t know FIT offered

5 unique graduate programs you didn’t know FIT offered

As you plan your next adventure, have you ever considered the following graduate programs? Human-Centered Design Our master’s degree in Human-Centered Design is changing the paradigm of how engineers approach new technology creation. Historically, mechanical engineers leveraged technology [...]

Florida Tech Experiment Now Operating on International Space Station

Florida Tech Experiment Now Operating on International Space Station

Florida Tech faculty member Daniel Kirk poses with a model of the SPHERES Slosh Experiment prior to ground testing at Florida Tech An experiment designed by Florida Tech scientists, NASA’s Kennedy Space Center engineers and researchers [...]

Florida Tech Faculty Members Receive National Science Foundation Grant to Study Lightning

Florida Tech Faculty Members Receive National Science Foundation Grant to Study Lightning

Florida Tech professors Ningyu Liu, Joseph Dwyer and Hamid Rassoul of the Department of Physics and Space Sciences, received a National Science Foundation grant of $566,732 over four years for their project, “Investigating Lightning Initiation and Propagation with [...]