Inside Florida Tech

Tuesdays, 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

In this interview series, host Wes Sumner provides a greater perspective of the current happenings at the Florida Institute of Technology by highlighting the fascinating people and important programs of the University. Inside Florida Tech airs on Tuesdays, at 8:30 a.m. and 5:30p.m.

Florida Tech Football to Hold Offshore Fishing Tournament

Tournament to be held May 30 with the weigh-in at Jetty Park in Cape Canaveral. Photo by Amanda Stratford Photography.

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Head coach Steve Englehart and his staff will host the inaugural Florida Tech Football Offshore Fishing Tournament presented by FrogBones Family Shooting Center, announced on Thursday.

 Company Continues Long History of Support for Florida Tech

  

Florida Institute of Technology today announced that a $1 million gift from Harris Corporation is creating a new Student Design Center at the university. The 11,500-square-foot, single story structure will serve College of Engineering and College of Science seniors completing capstone design projects.

June 15-19

Girls Basketball Elite Skills Camp

During this camp, players have the opportunity to practice basic fundamental skills, as well as learn more about strategy and various team offensive and defensive systems. Camp features award-winning coaches, 3-on-3 games, free camp T-shirts and individual evaluations.

Ages 11-18

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Rear Adm. Jonathan White, a graduate of Florida Institute of Technology’s oceanographic technology program who now serves as the oceanographer for the U.S. Navy, visited the university Thursday, April 23, 2015 to give a public presentation, tour the campus and meet with top leadership, including members of the Board of Trustees.

 

White's topic: “The U.S. Navy and an Ever Changing Earth.”

 Florida Institute of Technology has begun a powerful and unique affiliation with Larsen Motorsports that will bring the science and engineering of high-tech jet dragsters to the university’s students and highlight Florida Tech’s innovative commitment to STEM education in races across the country.

  

The 5,500-horse power Florida Tech-branded jet dragster, capable of achieving speeds of nearly 300 mph in a quarter-mile race, was unveiled in a ceremony on campus that drew faculty, staff and students and members of the general public.

 

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