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Dr. Anthony J. Catanese, President of FL Tech shares the latest news about recent developments at the University.  From Football to National and International rankings, FL Tech continues to soar.

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Florida Institute of Technology Music Artist in Residence Christian Tamburr recorded a new CD in early August at the performance studio of university radio station WFIT and will celebrate its release with a free concert at 7 p.m. Sept. 15 at Gleason Performing Arts Center.

Tamburr will play vibraphone and be joined by Japanese pianist Takana Miyamoto and New York City-based percussionist Keita Ogawa on the CD, titled, “People Talk.”

Florida Tech Faculty Profile

Dr. Judith Strother,  Professor and Chair in the Master of Science in Global Strategic Communication Program in the School of Arts and Communication, stopped by the WFIT studios to participate in a Florida Tech Faculty Profile.  Dr. Strother shared her personal background and credentials.

Proud parents. Panther pride. Anticipation and excitement. All are in abundance at Florida Institute of Technology as the start of the fall semester approaches. An estimated 4,762 undergraduate and graduate students will begin their classes on Florida Tech’s Melbourne campus on Monday, Aug. 17, a total representing a 3.1 percent increase from the same time one year ago.

Florida Institute of Technology assistant professor Spencer Fire and researchers from lead agency Georgia Aquarium and other conservation partners recently completed a study to better understand the health of Atlantic bottlenose dolphins in the Indian River Lagoon.

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