Academics

New process allows scientists to track glacier changes via satellite

New process allows scientists to track glacier changes via satellite

Florida Institute of Technology mathematics assistant professor Dr. Nezamoddin N. Kachouie, along with his collaborators, has developed a method for tracking and estimating mountain glacier change via satellite images. Ground based measurements of the terminus point [...]

Earth Scientists share their passion for research

Earth Scientists share their passion for research

As Earth Science Week gets underway, we decided to chat with some of the faculty and students from the Department of Marine and Environmental Systems to see how they got interested in these various Earth Science [...]

A passion for space science

A passion for space science

When you talk to Florida Tech faculty and students there is one thing that really shines through: their passion for the work they’re doing. As part of World Space Week, we talked to a student and [...]

Diving into concussion research

Diving into concussion research

Likitha Somasekhar, a biomedical engineering master’s student at Florida Institute of Technology, sat in an oversized office chair, looking up from behind a modified SCUBA mask as she inhaled an air mixture containing five percent carbon [...]

#127 – Personality Makes the Perfect Match!

#127 – Personality Makes the Perfect Match!

Please click here to listen to WFIT Minute: http://blogs.fit.edu/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/127-143-Personality-Makes-The-Perfect-Match.mp3 Based on research by Dyrenforth, et al 2010, written by Mara Rowcliffe, BS. We use phrases such as “opposites attract” or “two of a kind” to describe [...]

Team develops tool for network emulation

Team develops tool for network emulation

When cybersecurity researchers sit down to run experiments on a network, they have a few choices in terms of the approach they can take. One option is to actually build a physical network by taking computers [...]

#126 – Advertising and Child’s Age

#126 – Advertising and Child’s Age

Please click here to listen to WFIT Minute: http://blogs.fit.edu/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/126-142-Advertising-Affects-From-a-Developmental-Perspective.mp3 Based on research by Ferguson, C. J., Contreras, S., & Kilburn, M. (2013), written by Mara Rowcliffe, BS. Is your child influenced by advertisements of expensive, sugary, [...]

Exceptional Leader in Logistics Management – Brig. Gen.  Kristin French

Exceptional Leader in Logistics Management – Brig. Gen. Kristin French

A graduate of our M.S. Logistics Management degree program, Brig. Gen. Kristin K. French, assumed the duties of commanding general of the Joint Munitions and Lethality Life Cycle Management Command and Joint Munitions Command (JM&L LCMC) [...]

#125 – What Happend to the Cool Kids?

#125 – What Happend to the Cool Kids?

Please click here to listen to WFIT Minute: http://blogs.fit.edu/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/125-141-Whatever-Happened-To-The-Cool-Kids.mp3 Based on research by Allen, J., et al, 2014, written by Mara Rowcliffe, BS. Do you remember the ‘cool’ kids from middle school? The ones everyone considered [...]

What Can You Do With an Information Systems Degree?

What Can You Do With an Information Systems Degree?

What can you do with an information systems degree? Join Pete as he explores possible career opportunities for students majoring in information systems in the latest, “What can I do with THAT degree?” Are you thinking [...]