MELBOURNE, FLA. — Noted materials scientist and metallurgist Martin E. Glicksman was appointed Dean of the College of Engineering at Florida Institute of Technology. He held the position on an interim basis since January. Dean Glicksman also serves as the Allen S.Full Article
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Glicksman Appointed Dean of Florida Tech College of Engineering
Florida Tech Announces New Endowment for Civil Engineering Undergraduates
MELBOURNE, FLA. — The Florida Institute of Technology Department of Civil Engineering announces a new endowment, the Civil Alumni Recruitment Endowment (CARE). The endowment, which so far totals $29,000, will be used to fund undergraduate scholarships and graduate fellowships.Full Article
State Grant Funds Florida Tech Hurricane Mitigation Studies
MELBOURNE, FLA. — Jean-Paul Pinelli, professor of civil engineering at Florida Institute of Technology, is refining a model to evaluate the benefit and cost of hurricane mitigation measures being implemented in the state of Florida. To continue this work he has received a $130,000 grant from the state of Floridaâ€™s Center of Excellence on Hurricane Mitigation.Full Article
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