Florida Institute of Technology
|Florida Institute of Technology|
Logo Universitas Florida Institute of Technology
|Diadegaké||22 September , 1958|
|Motto||Ad Astra Per Scientiam
"Tumuju lintang liwat sains."
|Kalèndher akadhemis||Academic Calendar|
|Dana abadi||$49.6 million|
|Présidhèn||Anthony J. Catanese|
|Provost||T. Dwayne McCay|
130 acres (.53 km²)
|Lokasi||Melbourne, Florida, Amérika Sarékat
|Telepon||+1 (321) 674-8000|
|Warna||Crimson Cithakan:Color box and Gray Cithakan:Color box|
|Afiliasi||Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida|
|Angkutan umum||Space Coast Area Transit|
Florida Institute of Technology, uga misuwur kanthi jeneng Florida Tech lan FIT, iku sawijining universitas riset tèknik swasta indhepèndhen sing dumunung ing Melbourne, Florida, Amérika Sarékat. Diadegaké ing taun 1958 minangka Brevard Engineering College, institut iki wiwit dikenal kanthi jeneng FIT ing taun 1966. Kurikulum Florida Tech umumé fokus marang babagan rékayasa (engineering) lan sains (science). Wiwit taun 2010, institut iki nduwèni mahasiswa ing kampus utama gunggung 3,600, arupa mahasiswa Strata siji lan strata loro, kanthi manéka jurusan ing pasinaon rékayasa lan sains. Ing taun 2010, cacahing mahasiswa ing kampus lan sacara jaringan (on line) watara 9,000 mahasiswa.
Bab lan Paragraf
Kampus utama Florida Tech dumunung ing Melbourne, Florida.
- For a list of residence halls at Florida Tech, see Florida Institute of Technology housing.
- Grissom Hall – Jogan kapisan (First floor) arupa kelas lan kantor dhosèn, utamané dhosè jurusan Humaniora. Ing jogan ngisor (basement) Grissom Hall mapan studio Florida Tech College Radio (biyèn jenengé WCRR), Crimson, lnd FITV. Jogan kapindho lan sadhuwuré dianggo minangka papan padunungan (residence).
- Homer Denius Student Union Building (SUB)- Jogan kapisan SUB Café, Florida Tech Bookstore, Florida Tech Mail Annex. Jogan kaloro kantor Mahasiswa, kantor asosiasi badan mahasiswa, FITSSFF, Campus Activities Board, Student Ambassadors, College Players, Anime Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Players in Harmony, and the Greek Life Office. Second Floor also contains the John and Martha Hartley Room.
- Shepard Hall – Klas matématika, sains, lan Basa Inggris, kantor departmen pamulangan rékayasa/matématika.
- Link "Engineering" Building – Department of Marine and Environmental Systems and the Florida Tech Hydrogen Center.
- Skurla Hall – School of Aeronautics.
- Crawford "Science" Tower -Humanities and Math department offices and University College offices.
- Gleason Performing Arts Center – for plays, WFIT concerts, and special performances on campus.
- Charles and Ruth Clemente Center for Sports and Recreation – contains a dining facility, two large gymnasiums, and a racquetball court.
- F.W. Olin Engineering Complex – (Not to be confused with the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, which was founded by the same foundation) Engineering Departments of Mechanical/Aerospace, Electrical/Computer, Civil and Chemical; and the Computer Sciences Department.
- F.W. Olin Life Sciences Building – Biological Sciences programs.
- F.W. Olin Physical Sciences Building – Chemistry Department and the Physics/Space Sciences Department. One notable feature is a large telescope dome on the roof of the building that houses a 32" telescope (the largest optical telescope in the state of Florida).
- Frueauff Building – Fluid Mechanics Laboratory, Engineering Material Sciences Laboratory.
- Evans Library – A member of the Federal Depository Library Program.
- Emil Buehler Center for Aviation Training and Research at Melbourne International Airport.
Florida Tech uga duwé kampus satelit (kampus liya) ing Huntsville, Alabama (Redstone Arsenal Graduate Center), Fort Eustis, Virginia (Hampton Roads Graduate Center – Fort Eustis) (Army Education Center), Fort Monroe, Virginia (Hampton Roads Graduate Center – Fort Monroe) (Army Education Center), Fort Lee, Virginia (Fort Lee Graduate Center), Alexandria, Virginia (National Capital Region (NCR) Graduate Center – Alexandria), Quantico, Virginia (National Capital Region (NCR) Graduate Center – Quantico), Dover, New Jersey (Northeast Graduate Center – Picatinny Arsenal), Naval Air Engineering Station Lakehurst (Northeast Graduate Center – Lakehurst), Lexington Park, Maryland (Patxuent River Graduate Center), Aberdeen Proving Ground (Aberdeen Graduate Center), Kennedy Space Center (Spaceport Graduate Center – KSC) (The Center for Space Education), Rockledge, Florida (Spaceport Graduate Center – Rockledge), and Orlando, Florida (Orlando Graduate Center).
Paraga Florida Tech[sunting]
|Jere H. Akin||1974||Major General USA, (Ret). Commanded Army's Pentagon Logistics Operations during Operation Desert Shield/Storm (1990–91)|||
|James BallCithakan:Disambiguation needed||1974||Major General USA, (Ret)|
|James E. Bickford||1974||Brigadier General USA, (Ret). Kentucky Secretary of the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.|
|William L. Bond||1979||Major General USA, (Ret). Director, Force Development, US Army|
|Edward M. Browne||1974||Major General USA, (Ret)|
|Douglas D. Buchholtz||1974||Lieutenant General USA, Class of 1974. Director for Command, Control, Communications, and Computer Systems Joint (DOD) Staff|
|Charles C. Cannon||1976||Major General USA, (Ret)|
|Charles F. Drenz||1973||Major General USA, (Ret)|
|Ann E. Dunwoody||1987||General USA, M.S., First female four-star general in the military|
|Otto J. Guenther||1973||Lieutenant General USA, (Ret). Director of Information Systems for Command, Control, Communications, and Computers for the United States Army|
|James L. Herdt||1992||9th Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy, M.B.A|
|Joan Higginbotham||1992||American engineer, NASA Astronaut, M.S. Management Science, 1992, M.S. Space Systems, 1996|
|Ronald V. Hite||1974||Lieutenant General USA, (Ret)|
|Dennis K. Jackson||1980||Brigadier General USA|
|Harry G. Karegeannes||1973||Major General USA, (Ret)|
|Aaron L. Lilley||1974||Major General USA, (Ret)|
|Johnnie E. Wilson||1977||General USA, (Ret). M.S., Logistics Management, 1977|||
|Michael J. Pepe||1973||Brigadier General USA, (Ret)|
|Albert Scott Crossfield||1982||USAF Astronaut, Honorary Doctorate of Science, 1982.|
|Waleed a. Samkari||1988||Brigadier General. Former director of the Jordanian Maintenance Corps. Masters Degree, 1988|
|Hubert G. Smith||1975||Lieutenant General USA, (Ret)|
|Julian A. Sullivan, Jr.||1980||Major General USA, (Ret)|
|Stephen Lee Morgan||1980s||COO of CLS America, M.S. and Ed.S. in Engineering Management and Space Technology|
|Galen B. Jackman||1983||Major General USA, (Ret). Chief of Legislative Liaison, U.S. Army|||
|Tim Wakefield||Drafted by professional baseball in his junior year.|
|Felix Soto Toro||1990||Astronaut applicant, Developed the Advanced Payload Transfer Measurement System (ASPTMS) for NASA, B.S., Electrical Engineering, 1990|||
|Kathryn P. Hire||1991||NASA Astronaut (STS-90), M.S., Space Technology, 1991|
|David A. King||1991||Director, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, MBA, 1991|||
|Larry L. Hereth||1992||Commander of the Fifth Coast Guard District of the United States Coast Guard, MBA, 1992|
|Stephen R. Speed||1993||U.S. Naval Officer, Former mayor of Dover, Delaware, MBA, 1993|
|Sunita Williams||1995||NASA Astronaut, M.S., Engineering Management, 1995|
|George D. Zamka||1997||NASA Astronaut (STS-120), USMC Officer, M.S., Engineering Management, 1997|
|Jim Quinn||1988||Engineer at Orange County Choppers, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering|||
|James W. Thomas||Chief Financial Officer and Co-founder of MapQuest.com|||
|Larry ClarkCithakan:Disambiguation needed||1996||Commercial airline pilot and private Astronaut candidate for the Canadian Arrow in 2004|||
|Richard Hatch||Original winner of the CBS Survivor Television series|||
- Florida Institute of Technology Academics
- Florida Institute of Technology housing
- Florida Institute of Technology (Jensen Beach Campus)
- Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida
- "U.S. and Canadian Institutions Listed by Fiscal Year 2011 Endowment Market Value and Percentage Change in Endowment Market Value from FY 2010 to FY 2011" (PDF). 2011 NACUBO-Commonfund Study of Endowment Results. National Association of College and University Business Officers and Commonfund Institute. January 31, 2012. http://www.nacubo.org/Documents/research/2011_NCSE_Public_Tables_Endowment_Market_Values_Final_January_17_2012.pdf. Retrieved February 4, 2012.
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- "2010–2011 Fact Card". Florida Institute of Technology. http://fit.edu/about/factcard/. Retrieved August 29, 2011.
- "Graphic Identity Manual". Florida Institute of Technology. February 2011. http://www.fit.edu/creative/documents/graphic_id_manual.pdf. Retrieved August 30, 2011.
- "Historic Tour: Crawford Building (1969)". Florida Institute of Technology. c. 2010. http://www.fit.edu/visitors/tour/historic/crawford.php. Retrieved May 15, 2011.
- Gleason Center
- College Players
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- African-American Ascends from Private to Four-Star General[pranala nonaktif]
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- Countdown to College: Launching Florida Institute of Technology by Gordon Patterson Florida Historical Quarterly – Volume 77, Issue 2, Fall 1998
- Space University: Lift-Off of Florida Institute of Technology Florida Historical Quarterly – Volume 79, Issue 1, Summer 2000.
- FloridaHistory.net – September "Today in Florida History" – Florida Historical Society