Florida Tech Grad Student Trains His Camera on Variety of Subjects MELBOURNE, FLA. — A photographer for more than a decade, Florida Institute of Technology graduate student Efram Goldberg has never quite settled on one particular subject for his photography.Full Article
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Are you interested in studying chemistry as a graduate student or undergraduate chemistry major? If so, please contact Dr. Joel Olson by email or phone (321-674-7350) to find out more about our undergraduate program. Future graduate students should contact Dr. Mary Sohn by email or phone (321-674-8046). We look forward to talking with you.
Thank to all our alumni for your continued support. You can keep up with old friends and network with other chemistry alumni at our Facebook Group. You can also read our current and previous Alumni Newsletters to find our what's going on in our department.
Our alumni and friends have been very generous to our department. This is illustrated by their financial support for the Clayton J. Baum Award. Click on the image to the right to read more about how your giving can help us reward the outstanding academic and extracurricular achievements of our chemistry students and at the same time recognize one of the department's most admired faculty members.
Thanks to our generous alumni, Florida Tech's 50th anniversary capital campaign was a huge sucess, surpassing our $50 million goal by almost $10 million. We hope that our alumni continue to support chemistry excellence at Florida Tech. Please contact Michelle Verkooy (321-674-6852), Office of Advancement, to learn more about supporting our growing department.
Photography Exhibit at Evans Library Opens June 13
Community Foundation of Brevard Grants $21,640 to Florida Tech Alzheimers Disease Research
MELBOURNE, FLA.—A grant of $21,640 has been awarded to Florida Institute of Technology from the Community Foundation of Brevard’s Kenneth R. Finken and Dorothy Hallam Finken Endowment Fund for research into the cause and cure of Alzheimer’s disease.Full Article
Florida Tech Chosen for NASA Small Business Technology Transfer Program Award for Foam Project
MELBOURNE, FLA.—Florida Institute of Technology and the firm, Gordon Nelson and Associates, have been chosen as one of just 14 recipients of a NASA Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program contract award. The award, valued at just under $700,000 for two years, is for phase II research and development of a new, flexible polyurethane insulation foam, created through a non-toxic, environmentally-friendly composite approach.Full Article