Amy Augustyniak, a senior manager of supply chain analytics at Saddle Creek Logistics Services, works hard to help ensure the company's warehouses run smoothly.
Dr. Grisselle Centeno, a professor at Florida Polytechnic University, recently was inducted as a Fellow of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE). The award is the highest classification of membership in IISE. It recognizes outstanding leaders of the profession that have made significant, nationally recognized contributions to industrial engineering.
Dr. Randy K. Avent, president of Florida Polytechnic University, strengthened European ties and shared the University's approach to producing career-ready STEM graduates in a visit to Spain that concluded on Monday, June 20.
Florida Polytechnic University alumnus Abu Bony Amin '20 is working on research that could improve the assessment of aquatic physical therapy for patients with balance difficulties.
When Ahna Cecil was a freshman at Florida Polytechnic University, the data science major discovered a group of students who were polished, successful, and driven to support and represent their University. She was inspired to join them.
Researchers at Florida Polytechnic University are working to help close the gaps in broadband connectivity in Polk County through a $250,000 feasibility study recently approved by the Polk County Board of County Commissioners.
Forecasters predict a bustling 2022 Atlantic hurricane season. The season began June 1 and ends on Nov. 30. Florida Polytechnic University urges its students and employees to take early actions to prepare for possible storm impacts.
Presidents, provosts, and other leaders from universities throughout Brazil visited Florida Polytechnic University on Friday, May 27, as part of an international mission to learn from some of the United States' best higher education institutions.
Businesses that are part of Florida's high-tech surge and want to support the emerging generation of technological leaders are connecting directly to Florida Polytechnic University's valuable base of student and faculty knowledge through its Corporate Impact Network.
As an electronics engineer for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Bobby Acacio '20 is living out his professional dreams.