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The inauguration ceremony Friday at the university’s Clemente Center was a unique opportunity to discuss Florida Tech's role in technological education.
“We are not likely to see someone like him again,” said Robert Taylor, the head of the School of Arts and Communication, where Shearer taught.
"Designing Sustainable Urban Futures, Concepts and Practices from Different Countries" is based on ideas generated at an international symposium organized at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany.
Launched in 2014, the series is open to the public and features monthly buffet-style dinners offering authentic foods from different regions and countries.
Additionally, the magazine found that Florida Tech was the Sunshine State’s top university for predicted median earnings and median earnings 10 years after entering college.
The two-day conference features scientific discussions, keynote addresses, a boat tour of the lagoon, a formal dinner and more.
A mixed-media artist, Leal is influenced by the migration, acculturation, and interrelations of peoples from a range of cultures.
The exhibition features paintings, sculptures, films and tapestries that show the transformation of "ordinary stuff" into the splendid and the strange.
"Harak Rubio: Symbols and Guardians" opened Aug. 20 and features 32 large-scale abstract paintings and 14 sculptures. It will remain open through Oct. 15.
Robert Shearer, Florida Tech Faculty Member Since 1981, Passes Away
Ken Lindeman Co-Edits New Book on Urban Sustainability
International Dining Series Underway; Middle Eastern Foods Featured Oct. 27
Florida Tech Football Game To Be Broadcast on ESPN3 at 7 p.m. Saturday
Nobel Laureate John Mather Speaks Sept. 22 at Florida Tech
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