Tag Archives: 'mechanical'
One of the greatest things about Florida Tech has been all the opportunities that are within my reach as an undergraduate student. There are no restrictions on what you can strive to accomplish, and that is [...]
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 [...]
As a mechanical engineer (or one in the making), stereotypically one of my interests is technology. I love cool gadgets and toys that revolve around technology and science. Being a big geek myself, I usually have an eye [...]
Hey panthers, sorry for the sudden disappearance on the blog, but things got pretty hectic towards the end of the semester. Taking eighteen credits, being in a musical, helping at church and still having a social [...]
Good day Panthers! I hope everything is going just as wonderful as it is for me here in my natural habitat, Florida Tech. As I move further into the school year, I have progressively become busier [...]
So let’s talk about the real reason why everyone goes to college: classes. For freshmen, making that “high school to college style class” transition can seem like a pretty big deal, and that’s because it is [...]