On this edition of Inside Florida Tech, Wes Sumner talks with Mark Malek, co-chair of the Evening of Hope, and Colleen Middlebrooks, Director of Community Relations for the Scott Center for Autism Treatment.
They discuss the annual event, Evening of Hope, which raises money to continue providing service, research, and training that will help find solutions and better treatments for autism.
On this edition of Inside Florida Tech, Wes Sumner talks with the president of Florida Tech, Dr. Anthony Catanese. They discuss the hot topic of rising tuition costs. Catanese reveals Florida Tech’s plans to lead in new and innovative ways, avoiding the trend of tuition increases.
Each year 71 percent of Florida Tech’s graduates receive a STEM degree (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). Catanese goes on to explain how he plans to reward students who wish to study in a STEM program and how he plans to fund it.
In this edition of Coastal Connection hear from Lisa Moody, special events coordinator for the City of Cocoa. She talks about the 21st Annual Mardi Gras to be hosted in Cocoa Fl, featuring live bands, authentic Cajun style food, a parade and of course Mardi Gras beads to catch. If you can’t go to New Orleans
In this edition of Coastal Connection hear from Mary Bonhomme, president of the Eau Gallie Rotary, and Chevon Baccus, Executive Director of EGAD Main Street, as they talk about the 3rd annual Eau Gallie fish fry and founders day.
On this edition of Inside Florida Tech, Wes Sumner talks with Judy Brooke, the director of International Student and Scholar Services at Florida Tech. They discuss an event that always gets the attention of many, Florida Tech’s Annual International Festival.
Each year this festival continues to grown and this year is no exception. Florida Tech estimates over 2,000 people attend this event.
This festival will include onstage performances, cultural displays, food and much more.