A group of Florida Polytechnic University's brightest and most promising students was recognized on Monday, Aug. 22, at the Inaugural Alexander Scholars Luncheon.
The new class of freshmen beginning their studies at Florida Polytechnic University this fall is more well-rounded and academically advanced than any class in the school's history.
Hundreds of new Florida Polytechnic University students began arriving on campus on Friday, Aug. 19, to settle int and get to know their new home for the next four years.
Florida Polytechnic University today unveiled its new Applied Research Center, a cutting-edge facility that will strengthen Florida Poly's position as a premier STEM institution and an engine for economic development. The $47 million building substantially expands the University's research capabilities and will be instrumental to Florida Poly's mission to serve students and industry through excellence in education, discovery, and application of engineering and applied sciences.
Florida Polytechnic University junior Melia Rodriguez is more excited than most about the first day of the fall semester. As the new Student Government Association (SGA) president, she is ready to lead and to work hard to support the entire student body.
Alex Perera '21 has spent the summer learning and working in a prestigious internship at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, based at California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California.
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.
Working at Lockheed Martin this summer as a college student technical specialist is opening doors of opportunity for Grayson Dannecker that may shape the rest of his career.
Florida Polytechnic University alumnus Dorian Gray '20 works hard to ensure the tractors and other equipment produced by global manufacturing company John Deere are correct and adhere to quality standards.
The opportunity to see how software development happens on a large scale was something Florida Polytechnic University rising senior Justine Kenji Dela Cruz was thrilled to take on.