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Frequently Asked Questions About Florida Tech’s Computer Science Program

Frequently Asked Questions About Florida Tech’s Computer Science Program

As a student earning a computer science degree, I get asked a lot of questions about the program from family, friends and prospective students. So here are my answers to these frequently asked questions: 1. Why [...]

10 Things NOT to Do in a Research Lab

10 Things NOT to Do in a Research Lab

Most of the following items should be common sense. But you’d be surprised on how often I see these simple mistakes occur. If you ever have to work in a lab, take note of this list—your [...]

What can you do with a Software Engineering degree?

What can you do with a Software Engineering degree?

What can you do with a software engineering degree? Pete knows, and he’s ready to tell you all about it in the newest edition of “What can you do with THAT degree?” The world has changed [...]

Students Strut Stuff at Northrop Grumman Engineering & Science Student Design Showcase

Students Strut Stuff at Northrop Grumman Engineering & Science Student Design Showcase

Students demonstrated they were near ready for their chosen careers at the 2013 Northrop Grumman Engineering & Science Student Design Showcase April 19, where they showed off more than 100 projects. The Northrop Grumman Champion Award [...]

Students Excel at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Students Excel at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is a key methodology to enable complex systems development, and transitioning to this approach is a required step for industries to optimize their competitiveness. Florida Tech is considered as one of the [...]

Outer-space to inner-space: mechanical and aerospace engineers push the boundaries

Outer-space to inner-space: mechanical and aerospace engineers push the boundaries

Landing $440,000 grants and pushing the boundaries of scientific exploration are all in a day’s work for mechanical and aerospace engineering professors like Dr. Mark Archambault and Dr. Shengyuan Yang.  Dr. Mark Archambault, associate professor of [...]

Spirit of Giving Energizes Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Spirit of Giving Energizes Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

  via Florida Tech Today It’s been said that the gifts of time, talent and treasure are the cornerstones of a true culture of philanthropy. A group of alumni and corporate partners recently embodied that tenet [...]

Smart Use of Smart Phones: Tips for a Mobile Marketplace

Smart Use of Smart Phones: Tips for a Mobile Marketplace

  via Florida Tech Today Interactive technology requires users to take more responsibility for their own technological know-how than many other products. For example, “you don’t need to know how a car works to drive it [...]

Biomedical Engineering comes to Florida Tech

Biomedical Engineering comes to Florida Tech

Pictured: The world’s first fully-contained artificial heart, AbioCor®, from UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School The spring semester has really been treating me well. I’m currently taking 19 credit hours (I know, it’s insane but not earth-shattering!), starting my [...]

Discovery Day Fall 2011

Discovery Day Fall 2011

So, how did everyone enjoy Discovery Day this past month? I’m actually quite excited about the fact that I get to meet new students who are just like me: same interests, same career goals, same academic [...]