When the COVID-19 crisis began, Sam Trappen '18 knew his work helping ensure the health of medically fragile patients was going to be more critical than ever.
Microsoft is lending its expertise to Florida Polytechnic University esports tournaments, boosting both their reach and reputation.
Restrictions on in-person gatherings won't stop incoming freshmen and transfer students from getting to know the Florida Polytechnic University campus and way of life before their first day of classes this fall.
A persistent voice urging Lavendar Phan not to settle pushed her to chart her own course to professional success. Unafraid to pivot and try something new, Phan has gone from governmental consultant to Google account executive in 10 short years, discovering new strengths and passions along the way.
LAKELAND, Fla. - The Florida Polytechnic University Board of Trustees has a new chair. Trustee Cliff Otto, former CEO of Saddle Creek Logistics Services, has been named chair for a two-year term. Trustee Mark Bostick will serve as vice chair.
Florida Polytechnic University students, faculty, and staff are ready for one of the school's most popular traditions, and this time the action goes virtual. The annual Florida Poly Pi Run, which traditionally takes place on March 14 to celebrate the mathematical constant of pi, was delayed as COVID-19 forced the cancellation of on-campus events this spring.
A bolder, more energized Florida Polytechnic University Phoenix was unveiled on June 26, culminating a thoughtful design process that incorporated student opinions and guidance.
Senior Alan Longfellow is spending the summer gaining valuable real-world research experience that will help fuel his aerospace dreams.
Although Andre Ripley '19 only graduated from Florida Polytechnic University a year ago, he has already launched three growing companies and landed a $1 million annual partnership with Facebook.
A virtual forum designed to elicit honest opinions about race and diversity both nationally and within the Florida Polytechnic University community drew more than 100 attendees on Wednesday, June 17.