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Free public event features a record 144 engineering and science projects on display from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The McCays hold 15 joint U.S. patents in metallurgical engineering, and their work involving laser-induced surface improvement has increased patient safety and improved medical outcomes.
The free event, which celebrates WFIT 89.5 FM's 42 years of public radio broadcasting, will feature four bands playing rock, country, soul and more.
The film festival from Foosaner Art Museum continues through April 22 with two screenings per week in the museum’s Harris Community Auditorium in Melbourne's Eau Gallie Arts District.
New trustees Michael Bisk, Brian Crane, Svafa Gronfeldt, James Wong Jr. and the full board will be guided by new chairman Rob Phebus.
A variety of classes are available for all ages, including mixed media for kids, pottery for adults, figure sculpture, watercolor and digital photography.
The aim of the initiative is to help significantly broaden the reach of the facility by eroding the barriers of expense and geography that currently constrain delivery of services.
Dwayne and Mary Helen McCay Inducted Into Florida Inventors Hall of Fame
Four Trustees Named to Florida Tech Board
WFIT Sonic Waves Music Festival Set to Rock on Campus April 8
Florida Tech’s French Film Fest Begins April 7 with Party, Oscar-Winner ‘Red Balloon’
Science Double Feature Friday at Florida Tech with Algorithms, Super Earths
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