Outstanding international students and researchers are slated to arrive at Florida Polytechnic University in the 2022-2023 academic year to pursue their academic goals and advance research at the University as part of the United States' Fulbright Program. A Florida Poly student and assistant professor also will travel abroad as part of the program.
The jaw-dropping Innovation, Science, and Technology Building at Florida Polytechnic University is featured on the latest episode of the international TV show "How Did They Build That?" on the Smithsonian Channel.
Mechanical engineering major Sam Morrison is learning the process of Coca-Cola's supply chain inside out during a summer internship at the soft drink company's bottling and distribution facilities in Tampa, Florida.
Dr. Oguzhan Topsakal, assistant professor of computer science at Florida Polytechnic University, has developed a cutting-edge, easy-to-use iOS app to collect detailed 3D facial scans. He aims to create one of the largest 3D facial scan libraries in the world.
Senior Magelee Delgado is spending her summer maximizing a remarkable career opportunity that could define her professional future.
The work Greg Dills '18, '21 does as a senior data analyst for Ryder System, Inc. helps keep the Miami, Florida, company's transportation systems humming around the country.
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.
Dr. Grisselle Centeno, a professor at Florida Polytechnic University, recently was inducted as a Fellow of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE). The award is the highest classification of membership in IISE. It recognizes outstanding leaders of the profession that have made significant, nationally recognized contributions to industrial engineering.
Dr. Randy K. Avent, president of Florida Polytechnic University, strengthened European ties and shared the University's approach to producing career-ready STEM graduates in a visit to Spain that concluded on Monday, June 20.
Florida Polytechnic University alumnus Abu Bony Amin '20 is working on research that could improve the assessment of aquatic physical therapy for patients with balance difficulties.