Online Black Box Testing Courses Start October 10 at Florida Tech
MELBOURNE, FLA.–Florida Institute of Technology’s Office of Strategic Initiatives will offer a series of three fully online courses in “Black Box Software Testing,” starting Oct. 10. Successful completion of the courses will provide a Florida Tech Professional Development Certificate in Software Testing awarded by the Office of Strategic Initiative
Florida Tech Information Assurance Meeting: Current Trends in Cyber Crimes and the FBI on Sept. 16
The Harris Institute for Assured Information at Florida Institute of Technology and the Space Coast Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) present a monthly lecture series on security trends and topics.
President's Scholar Evan Stoner Plans to Study Software Engineering
President’s Scholar Evan Stoner is a 4.57 GPA graduate of the International Baccalaureate program at Spruce Creek High School in Port Orange, Fla. The President’s Scholar Award provides a full four-year tuition scholarship. Planning to major in software engineering, Stoner said that he chose Florida Tech for its “rigor and challenge.”
Spring 2010 Honors Convocation
The Spring Honors Convocation honors students and faculty for outstanding performance. While excellence in classroom academic performance is the primary criterion satisfied by students listed in this program, each has demonstrated, by active participation in campus activities, a deep understanding of the importance of education beyond the classroo
Student Design Showcase Engineering Winners
Congratulations to the computer scientists behind project "Shattered Seal: Echelon" for winning Best of Computer Sciences, as well as team members of "Intelligent Ground Vehicle" for winning the President's Cup.
Florida Tech Team Earns Rights to World Finals Programming Competition
Florida Tech was one of 30 schools from North America to compete at the ACM ICPC World Finals programming contest sponsored by IBM and held at Harbin, China, in February 2010. The team of Erdal Tuleu, Tim Mersch, and David King, all computer science students at Florida Tech, were awarded a wild-card berth at the world finals based on their performa
Harris Corp., Community Foundation of Brevard Announce $5 Million Grant to Florida Tech
The Harris Corporation Charitable Fund, held by the Community Foundation of Brevard (CFB), has donated $5 million to Florida Institute of Technology to create the Harris Institute for Assured Information, which will focus on developing advanced solutions to help solve the global information security problem.