More 'International Note'
FIT Orlando has welcomed its first-ever international students. Enrolled in master’s degree programs for the spring 2015 semester, the three students, Vishal Khaitan, Sameera Ravi and Apurv Patel, are from India. International students are able to [...]
Ivica Kostanic, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering in the College of Engineering, won a 3.5-mile open ocean swim race from an island in the Adriatic Sea to the Croatian coast this summer, beating a [...]
A row of Diamond Aircraft planes at FTA Pilot Flight Training Academy. Aviation students training at Florida Tech under an agreement with Turkish Airlines have traveled to the United Kingdom to undergo additional schooling at FTA [...]
A beach house in Tacloban, among the hardest hit cities. Jean-Paul Pinelli joined a team of civil engineers dispatched to the Philippines earlier this year to assess the structural and “geosystem” damage wrought by Typhoon Haiyan. [...]
Semen Koksal, vice president of academic affairs, discusses the international student perspective at the ICC luncheon. The Internationalizing the Campus Community committee hosted a luncheon for College of Engineering faculty March 20 in the Hartley Room. [...]
International Student and Scholars Services has organized the following International Coffee Hours in March. All are held in the Harris Village, Building C multipurpose room, from 4 to 5 p.m. March 14, Omani Student AssociationMarch 21, [...]
Curtis Curry leads the workshop. How do you behave in differing international business settings? The answers are available in the Institute for Cross Cultural Management’s (ICCM) Cross-Cultural Competence workshop, which was held for Florida Tech staff [...]