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Florida Tech Faculty and Staff Profiles

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Florida Tech Faculty and Staff Profile is a Program where Florida Tech Faculty and Staff have an Opportunity to Talk About Themselves, Their Accomplishments, Their Contributions to Florida Tech, and any New / Current Project Information They Wish to Share with our Listeners. The Pre-Recorded Program will Air on Mondays at 7:45 AM, during NPR's Morning Edition and at 5:45 PM during All Things Considered.  The Show Host is Florida Tech's Global Strategic Communication Graduate Student, EJ Castor.

Florida Tech Campus Ministry Files

Father Douglas Bailey is the Florida Tech Catholic Campus Minister and University Chaplain.  In this Florida Tech Faculty and Staff Profile, he explains what his role and responsibilities are as a Catholic Priest on the Florida Tech campus. Along with being a spiritual advisor to Florida Tech students, Father Bailey is also an instructor and teaches World Religion and BioEthics.

Panther Battalion

John Hudacek, Scholarship and Enrollment Officer for the Reserve Officer Training Corp (ROTC) Program, stopped by the WFIT studios on the Florida Tech campus, to participate in a Florida Tech Faculty and Staff Profile.  Currently, there are 54 Florida Tech students enrolled in the  Florida Tech ROTC program (Panther Battalion).

Florida Tech Faculty Profiles

Dr. Kevin Johnson, Associate Professor of Oceanography and Environmental Science, Department of Marine and Environmental Systems, stopped by the WFIT studios to participate in a Florida Tech Faculty and Staff Profile. Dr. Johnson is not only an Associate Professor, he is also a Co-Director of the Indian River Lagoon Research Institute.

Florida Tech Faculty Profile

Dr. Debbie Lelekis, Assistant Professor of English, School of Arts and Communication, stopped by the WFIT studios, located on the Florida Tech campus, to participate in a Florida Tech Faculty and Staff Profile.  Dr. Lelekis has written a book titled, American Literature, Lynching, and the Spectator in the Crowd: Spectacular Violence, scheduled for release on October 17, 2015.

Faculty Profile

Dr. Gordon Patterson, a Professor in the School of Arts and Communication, stopped by the WFIT studios to participate in a Florida Tech Faculty and Staff Profile.  Dr. Patterson has been a member of the Florida Tech Faculty for 34 years.  After working for 15 years to development the Asian Studies program, Dr. Patterson and a group of faculty and students traveled to China and visited several major cities.

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