School of Arts and Communication

Reflections from the American Studies Institute 2014

Reflections from the American Studies Institute 2014

By Jonathan Augustus, Cultural Ambassador to ASI When I first heard about the American Studies Institute program I honestly wasn’t too excited or even sure if I wanted to participate in it. For days I thought, [...]

An Adventure at Florida Tech: Creative Writing

An Adventure at Florida Tech: Creative Writing

By Madelaine Elam, Humanities             To say that it was a long day would be an understatement. There are papers waiting to be written when I get home. There is a [...]

Does the Future of Communication Lie with Social Robots?

Does the Future of Communication Lie with Social Robots?

By Felicity Jackson In my Intro to Communication class, we have been discussing how various mediums, techniques, and methods to communicate have changed over time as new technological advancements are developed. For instance, the rise of [...]

How I Used Doctor Who in One of my College Classes

How I Used Doctor Who in One of my College Classes

By Madelaine Elam, Humanities I was not expecting to be able to use resources such as television shows and movies when I first came to Florida Tech. I thought that I would just be reading huge [...]

Lessons in History

Lessons in History

By Kate Broderick, Global Strategic Communication, ‘14 I should preface this story with the disclaimer that I studied humanities with the School of Arts and Communication at Florida Tech as an undergraduate. Clearly, as a student [...]

Social Media and Space Communication

Social Media and Space Communication

By Laura Fitzsimmons, Fasttrack in Communication/Global Strategic Communication I vaguely remember going to Epcot’s space exploration exhibit when I was 10-years-old. The exhibits and hands-on activities sparked my initial interest in space travel. I remember thinking [...]

Facing Challenges in Writing About Science and Thriving

By Eman Mareh Working  with FT3 at FIT team was  really an interesting experience to me. This class had many parts:  writing a 600- word article, a 300- article and two videos.  We worked on a [...]

How to Write a Thesis Proposal

How to Write a Thesis Proposal

By Kate Broderick, Ms Global Strategic Communication Congratulations! You’ve made it to the point in your academic career with the School of Arts and Communication where you are ready to write your proposal. Students in Global [...]

Spending the Summer with the Who’s-Who in Communication on the Space Coast

Spending the Summer with the Who’s-Who in Communication on the Space Coast

By Monica DeFelice, Ms in Global Strategic Communication When I signed up for this course, all I knew was that our class was going to be doing exciting things.  Little did I know this meant working [...]

Towards Mars and Then Beyond

Towards Mars and Then Beyond

By John Almasi, Ms in Global Strategic Communication I need to “Chillax” (Eugene Levy – American Reunion). The project started out with reading about ocular events on some people’s blogs out in cyberspace and ended up [...]