Students will enjoy a much-deserved weeklong break from class starting on Monday, March 7 as spring break begins. We hope you have a safe and fun time and return to classes on March 14 recharged and ready to tackle the end of the semester.
Connected and autonomous vehicle technology experts will gather at Florida Polytechnic University on March 7-9 for the annual Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) International Conference on Connected Vehicles. Among the industry leaders who will share their expertise in this quickly evolving field is Mary Joyce, global vice president and general manager of critical systems and mobility at UL, the global safety science leader.
Michael Tschanz, director of engineering technology and analysis at Walt Disney World, shared with Florida Polytechnic University students the many ways they can put their technical expertise to work in a career with Disney.
The Honorable Zachary J. Lemnios, a renowned thought leader in electrical engineering, former assistant secretary of defense, and former vice president of IBM Research, has been named speaker for Florida Polytechnic University's spring 2022 commencement.
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.
Florida Polytechnic University announced this week that its Department of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences' Writing Services program has been awarded certification as a Level 1 tutor training program by the internationally recognized College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA).
An interdisciplinary team of Florida Polytechnic University students is revving up to build the University's first competition-worthy solar vehicle and take on some of the biggest schools in the country.
Connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) technology will take center stage at Florida Polytechnic University on March 7-9 at an international conference focusing on advances in this rapidly evolving field. Global leaders in transportation, CAV innovation, and infrastructure will take part in the event.
As Ivelisse Rodriguez progressed through high school and the time to enter college neared, she wondered how she'd pay for the education she always dreamed of. While she aspired to be the first in her family to go to college, the path toward her dreams was unclear.
Early in her career, Shannon Medley turned to Leadership Bartow, a program of the Greater Bartow Chamber of Commerce, to help her enhance her civic participation as an emerging community leader.