David Schindler '23 is excited to receive his bachelor's degree in applied mathematics with a concentration in data science from Florida Polytechnic University on May 7. Schindler, from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was part of the Campus Activity Board and Math Club, and also worked for the Office of Residential Life during his time at the University. He is a graduate of George Washington Carver High School of Engineering and Science in Philadelphia and is looking forward to starting his high-tech career.
Thirteen Florida Polytechnic University students recently earned top honors at a well-respected international math modeling competition.
Florida Polytechnic University student Andrew Franz Pulido often attracts attention from students, faculty, and staff as he practices his unusual instrument - a Hohner diatonic accordion -- at the University's Oak Grove or outside the Wellness Center.
When Maggie Julian gets in a twist about complex assignments in her applied mathematics major, the Florida Polytechnic University student knows the perfect way to unwind and refocus her mind.
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.
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.