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Pre-European humans may affect our understanding of the forest’s structure and composition, and thus calculations of its impact on carbon dioxide remediation.
The series will bring corporate executives from the transportation industry and other experts to campus for fall and spring presentations to students, faculty and community members.
This accelerated program gives eligible students a guaranteed way into Florida Tech’s MBA program at the Nathan Bisk College of Business.
The show includes more than 50 artworks and artifacts, from elaborately embroidered textiles to ceremonial coffee accouterments and jewelry.
U.S. News & World Report assessed schools based on four categories: student engagement; faculty credentials and training; peer reputation; and student services and technology.
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.
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.
Florida Tech, Eastern Florida State Launch SmartTrack MBA Program
Florida Tech to Offer F. Alan Smith Distinguished Lecture Series
New Funk Center Exhibition Presents Artistic Ingenuity of the Bedouin
Seeing Red: The History and Impact of a Powerful Color
Florida Tech’s Online Bachelor, Computer Information Programs Among Best
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