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.

Retired space shuttle astronaut Winston Scott…with your Space Minute.

Nearly every university has some interesting things on campus, from rare books to famous paintings. But no other university campus has this...

In 2016, officials at Kennedy Space Center asked Florida Institute of Technology faculty if they would like to take something off their hands: A hollow, stainless-steel tube known as the Mars Environment Chamber.

We venture to accelerate sustainable business growth for women entrepreneurs.

 

WE FULFILL OUR MISSION BY PROVIDING THE FOLLOWING SERVICES

No Cost, One-on-One Consultations

Low-Cost Business Education Seminars & Workshops

Purposeful Networking Mixers

Community Dialogues & Discussions

 

Since our nonprofit program was established in 2007 in Melbourne, FL on the campus of Florida Institute of Technology, we have:

VISITS TO MANASSAS, HARPER’S FERRY, ANTIETAM, GETTYSBURG ON ITINERARY      

The public is invited to experience American history up close and in person as Florida Institute of Technology’s Lifelong Learning Society and distinguished historian Robert Taylor are hosting a tour of Civil War battlefields.

Flora & Fiber Director’s Gallery Talk
By Carla Funk, Executive Director and Chief Curator of University Museums

Saturday, July 15
1 p.m.
Funk Center Galleries (Florida Tech Campus)
Free Admission

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July 10-15

Marine Science and Coastal Engineering Camp

Each day the campers are involved in hands-on activities and field trips to help them learn about the many aspects of marine and environmental science. Activities may include: measuring water quality in the Indian River Lagoon, examining shoreline processes and beach erosion and studying the effects of pollution on the marine environment.

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Ages 10-18

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