The group, led by BIT Vice Principal Li Hezhang, met with Florida Tech President Dwayne McCay and administrative and faculty leaders.
The $6 million, 78-foot, coastal-class ship will serve as many as 800 principal investigators from Florida Tech and 30 other Florida universities and institutions.
McCay, the founding president of Florida Tech’s National Academy of Inventors local chapter, joins a 2017 class of 155 others from top universities and agencies.
Florida Tech is only the second university in Florida to host the 30-year-old event, and will be the only one to host it twice.
The network is instrumental in promoting leadership development of women in public and independent colleges, universities and other higher education institutions across Florida. [...]
The American Society of Civil Engineers has featured Florida Tech construction management major Ethan Samberg in its annual campaign. [...]