Tag Archives: 'FIT'

X-Culture: Equally Distributed

X-Culture: Equally Distributed

Guest Blogger: Brooke Smith So far the project is going well. All my team members are working together and everyone is doing the same amount of work. We found the easiest way to communicate is by [...]

Marine and Environmental Science Camp: Plankton, Sharks, and Water Quality

Marine and Environmental Science Camp: Plankton, Sharks, and Water Quality

    The Marine and Environmental Science Camp kick started the week with a number of fun activities and lessons. The campers learned about the ecology of plankton and ways marine scientists  collect plankton. Each camper [...]

DMES Summer Camp featured on WFIT

DMES Summer Camp featured on WFIT

Dr. George Maul, department head for Marine and Environmental Systems, and Kelli Zargiel, DMES Summer Camp Director, were recently guests on WFIT’s Coastal Connection with Terri Wright. To hear their interview and learn about some of [...]

The Thought Experiment

The Thought Experiment

The other day in my physics class, our professor discussed Newton’s second law, where force equals the mass of an object multiplied by the acceleration of gravity (F = ma). When dealing with a falling object, [...]

Pluto the Outcast

Pluto the Outcast

I recently attended an Astronomy and Astrophysics Public Lecture, which are held every month by our Physics and Space Sciences department. Dr. Oswalt gave a talk titled, “How I Helped Kill Pluto and Why It Had It Coming” [...]

Closets, Classes, College Players and Robots!

Closets, Classes, College Players and Robots!

Summer is over and school is back in full swing, and so am I. I’ve moved to a new residence hall, taken on a new role in College Players, and got a job, all in a [...]

New Exhibit at FIT’s Ruth Funk Center for the Textile Arts

New Exhibit at FIT’s Ruth Funk Center for the Textile Arts

Calling all Textile lovers! FIT’s School of Arts and Communication in conjunction with the FIT Textiles minor are pleased to announce the newest exhibit at Florida Tech’s Ruth Funk Center for the Textiles arts. The Center will [...]

Textiles at Florida Tech is a Perfect Fit

Textiles at Florida Tech is a Perfect Fit

Florida Institute of Technology’s School of Arts and Communication is offering a new minor in Textiles with fields of focus in business, conservation and textile arts. How does this minor fit into the Florida Tech student’s portfolio? [...]

Getting Your Dream Job

Getting Your Dream Job

The job market has shown strong signs of recovery and business graduates are especially apt to benefit from this turn-around. According to a Reuters report  hiring is up on college campuses around the country. The National [...]

Relay for Life:  Panther Edition

Relay for Life: Panther Edition

Since January, I’ve been quite busy with my coursework, work, home life, friends, and of course, RELAY FOR LIFE! Thus far, everything has been moving smoothly enough. Back at the end of January, the Relay Committee and Alpha [...]