When Solaris, Florida Polytechnic University's life-size Phoenix mascot, was unveiled in the fall of 2020, one of the biggest questions on campus was who was the lucky student who got to wear the vibrant purple suit?
Adriana Pinto '23 will receive her bachelor's degree in business analytics with a concentration in intelligent mobility on Sunday, May 7. The student from Irvine, California, worked as an admissions ambassador during her time at Florida Poly. She is excited to put her education to work after graduation as a technology consultant for global consulting firm Protiviti in New York City.
The Department of Data Science and Business Analytics at Florida Polytechnic University has focused on cultivating a tech-forward, industry-leading program since its inception in 2014. The department's stature in the academic world has grown steadily, positioning it to attract standout faculty, conduct innovative research, and host prominent conferences.
Two Florida Polytechnic University students seized a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity this summer to join the National Security Innovation Network's (NSIN) 2022 cohort of X-Force fellows. The program is sponsored by the Department of Defense.
Senior Magelee Delgado is spending her summer maximizing a remarkable career opportunity that could define her professional future.
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.
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.
Thomas Risalvato is driven to help people whenever he can. The rising senior at Florida Polytechnic University recently jumped at the opportunity to help in a unique way by serving as a guardian aboard a Flight to Honor trip to Washington, D.C.
When Hailey Skoglund '22 arrived at Florida Polytechnic University, she made the decision to embrace everything the University had to offer.
The Florida Polytechnic University chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) prides itself on being a supportive and motivating group for students on campus.