Students and employees may be spending their days at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn't mean they can't maintain a good workout routine and keep their bodies in shape.
A childhood spent watching TV police dramas beside her family in Ruskin, Florida, left senior Delaney Jester with a fascination for digital forensics and justice.
Completing coursework remotely due to COVID-19 concerns doesn't mean that Florida Polytechnic University students are disconnected from campus.
LAKELAND, Fla. - A team of Florida Polytechnic University faculty, staff, and students is working to build critical personal protection equipment for clinicians treating patients amid the current COVID-19 pandemic. The effort is in partnership with AdventHealth and will help address the shortage of protective supplies facing healthcare organizations nationwide.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has added stress and unexpected expenses to many students' lives. The Florida Polytechnic University Student Government Association (SGA) has created Phund-a-Phoenix, an emergency fund to help students during this time of uncertainty and financial burden.
Airplanes, rockets, and all that lies beyond our world have always fascinated Geoffrey Doback.
Editor's note: This story is part of a series of feature stories that highlight diversity on Florida Poly's campus and celebrate Women's History Month. The desire to be part of something bold and new drove Lindsey Schwemmin '18 to join Florida Polytechnic University as part of its inaugural class of students in 2014.
Florida Polytechnic University has been ranked number two in the nation for delivering quality, affordable mechanical engineering education by Affordable Schools. The website provides resources to help college-bound students find high-quality, affordable programs.
The Florida Polytechnic University Board of Trustees approved a resolution honoring former Trustee Richard "Dick" Hallion for his dedication and service to the board and the University during its meeting on Feb. 26.
As metropolitan areas continue transitioning to the "smart cities" of tomorrow, Florida Polytechnic University alum Mitchell Mefford '18 is working with community and industry leaders to help ensure their organizations are wise when it comes to energy.