The Florida Polytechnic University Student Government Association boasts a large number of first-time members and leaders as it heads into the fall 2020 semester. The new leadership is spending the summer months planning and working to improve student representation, support, and engagement.
I hope you're doing well and are continuing to stay healthy during this time. As you know, several dedicated teams have begun conversations and the necessary work to determine the best way for Florida Poly to operate this coming fall semester. Led by the Provost's office, those involved in these campus planning effort groups will work within a BoG Blueprint to develop our plan for the return of students to campus. The BoG will present that Blueprint next week.
Florida Polytechnic University is working to ensure the faculty educating the world's emerging STEM leaders are as diverse and energetic as the students they teach.
The work Bryan Urias '20 does as an information security analyst for tech start-up JustProtect is the culmination of years of dedication and hard work. And he couldn't be happier.
One of the first times Daniel Rentfro laid his hands on a computer was when he was only 4 years old. The preschooler sat with his father in their Clearfield, Utah home, opening the case to a contraption that would change his life.
Florida Polytechnic University is partnering with tech giant Microsoft to offer weekly online professional development workshops for the University community this summer.
I hope you are staying safe and healthy as the COVID-19 crisis keeps turning almost every aspect of our lives upside down. I've enjoyed reading about the many ways you are rising to the challenge in the weekly Florida Poly Highlights newsletter.
The past several months have been challenging, and I want to make sure that you are connected with the resources and help you need to be successful in your summer courses.
For a long time, Joshua Santos '20 listened to everyone else while trying to achieve the goals others had for him. As a consequence, after three years struggling to complete an engineering degree at a larger state university, his effort fell short. His passion for aerospace ran dry.
LAKELAND, Fla. - The COVID-19 pandemic may have forced the cancellation of in-person events, but that is not stopping leaders at Florida Polytechnic University from honoring its faculty and staff.