As the new chair of Florida Polytechnic University's Department of Applied Mathematics, Dr. Michael Brilleslyper is working on a formula to elevate the department to the next level.
Only seven months after playing its first game, the Florida Polytechnic University Men's Lacrosse team has been accepted into the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) and the group's SouthEastern Lacrosse Conference (SELC).
Born and raised in a Cuban American family, the values of hard work, courage, and dedication are an integral part of sophomore Ani Unzueta's heritage. She also inherited a profound thirst to succeed that carries her every day through the Florida Polytechnic University campus.
Ryan Sobolewski donned his sharpest business wear and set out to impress the recruiting representatives from high-tech companies looking for team members at the Fall 2021 Career and Internship Fair at Florida Polytechnic University on Thursday, Oct. 7.
Dr. Randy K. Avent, president of Florida Polytechnic University, has been recognized as one of Florida's most influential business leaders for the third consecutive year by Florida Trend magazine. The publication released its annual Florida 500 list on Monday, Oct. 4, highlighting the state's top leaders in several economic sectors.
While STEM professions are becoming more inclusive, women entering these traditionally male-dominated fields can still benefit from some extra support.
As a first-generation American, Florida Polytechnic University alumna Jamie Blanco '18 is driven to excel in every aspect of her life. It's a motivation to succeed inspired by her parents.
Florida Polytechnic University students will welcome their families to campus this Saturday, Sept. 25, at the annual Phoenix Family Day.
With a passion for helping people, a love of figuring out how things work, and a deep interest in medicine, Florida Polytechnic University sophomore Moisés Elías Muñoz Salazar hopes to one day design the world's next lifesaving medical device.
With the advanced technology of today's rockets and jet engines, these powerful devices require metal parts that are stronger than ever. An engineering professor at Florida Polytechnic University has received a National Science Foundation grant to research the durability and longevity of the critical metals now used in these ever-changing machines.