Mykell Spencer '23 was a collector of friends and experiences during his four years at Florida Polytechnic University. He will receive his bachelor's degree in computer science with a concentration in game development and simulation on May 7. During his time at Florida Poly, he was involved in many campus activities, including serving as chief justice of the Student Government Association, Presidential Ambassador, orientation leader, and vice president and president of the Mu Omega Chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Eta Kappa Nu (IEEE-HKN) academic honor society.
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.
Jake Greenberg '22, '23 is thrilled to walk across the stage and receive his master's degree in engineering management at Florida Polytechnic University just one year after earning his bachelor's degree in data science with a concentration in big data analytics at the University. During his time as a student, Greenberg was chair and vice chair of Florida PolyCon, treasurer for the Student Government Association, president, vice president, and treasurer of the Rhythm Game Club, and a member of the Industrial Engineering and Operations Management Society (IEOM). Florida Poly's commencement is May 7.
Ritchel Calvaire '22 receives his bachelor's degree in computer engineering on Sunday, May 8. The achievement is one that marks four years of exploration, development, and self-realization at Florida Polytechnic University.