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.

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Dr. Keith Gallagher, Associate Professor and Director of Software Engineering, Computer Sciences and Cybersecurity Department, participated in a Florida Tech Faculty and Staff Profile.

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Shannon Ferry, Chief Flight Instructor, Aviation Flight Training at the Florida Institute of Technology Aviation School, stopped by the WFIT studios to participate in a Florida Tech Faculty and Staff Profile. Shannon's been flying since the age of 12.  She arrived at the aviation school in 2004 to obtain her Flight Instructor Rating.

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Dr. Robert Weaver, Assistant Professor of Ocean Engineering in the Department of Marine and Environmental Systems, stopped by the WFIT studios to talk about the Indian River Lagoon Research Institute TechCon 2015.  The public is invited to attend.

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Veronica Giguere, Associate Director for the Florida Tech Academic Support Center (ASC), stopped by the WFIT studios to participate in a Florida Tech Faculty and Staff Profile.  Veronica spoke with show host and producer, EJ Castor, about the peer-to-peer tutoring program offered at the ASC.

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Dr. Robert Weaver, Assistant Professor of Ocean Engineering, Department of Marine and Environmental Systems, stopped by the WFIT studios to participate in a Florida Tech Faculty and Staff Profile.  Dr. Weaver discusses the array of courses offered in Ocean Engineering.  He also elaborates on a natural reef project, undertaken by one of his graduate students, to provide a habitat for fish and coral.

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