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Florida Tech President T. Dwayne McCay will join other university and community leaders at the free public event, which starts at 7 p.m.
U.S. News & World Report assessed schools based on four categories: student engagement; faculty credentials and training; peer reputation; and student services and technology.
A new exhibition at Foosaner Art Museum combines new research and original scholarship to explore the history and use of cochineal, an insect-based dye source for the color red.
As director of her family's Foosaner Foundation, she oversaw a $1 million gift to Florida Tech in 2011 to acquire what would become Foosaner Art Museum.
The nationally renowned trio featuring trumpet, trombone and piano will bring its traditional classical music and jazz inspired arrangements of standards and popular tunes.
Pre-European human populations of the Amazon Basin may have affected our contemporary understanding of the forest’s structure and composition, and thus our calculations of its impact on carbon dioxide ...
The university and the IRLRI have launched the Living Shoreline and Living Dock programs to help bring back some of the lagoon’s natural defenses and restore its health.
Seeing Red: The History and Impact of a Powerful Color
Florida Tech’s Online Bachelor, Computer Information Programs Among Best
Florida Tech Mourns Passing of Arts Patron Dee Negroni-Hendrick
Famed Explorer Sir Robert Marx to Discuss Brazil Discoveries Jan. 10 at Florida Tech
Brass-Hoppers Trio to Perform Free Concert Jan. 17 at Florida Tech
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