Florida Institute of Technology
- Existence: 1958-present
The Brevard Engineering College was founded by Jerome Keuper in 1958. In 1966,the college was renamed Florida Institute of Technology. The university has five colleges: The College of Science, the College of Engineering, the College of Aeronautics, the College of Business, and the College of Psychology and Liberal Arts.
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Campus Observer is a newsletter made for the faculty and staff of Florida Tech. Produced by the Office of Marketing and Communications, formerly the Office of University Communications, the collection dates from 1995, when it was called Tech Talk, to 2011, the latest issue in this collection.
Dates: January 1995-October 2011
Overview This collection includes Edmund Skellings’ materials related to academic (e.g., lecture notes, articles), literary (e.g., manuscript), business (e.g., business contacts), and personal (e.g., letters, photographs) activities from 1932 to 2015.
Overview This collection includes Edwin A. and Marion C. Link’s materials related to academic (e.g., articles, speech manuscripts), business (e.g., business correspondence), exploring (e.g., logs, maps, charts) and personal (e.g., letters, photographs) activities, articles about background information, and his family’s activities from 1884 to 2018.
Overview The multimedia items collected and donated by Frank Perkins focus on the administrative, historical, social, and technical operations of Radiation, Inc. (1950-1967), an engineering company based in Melbourne, FL, that focused on communications electronics.
Overview These records contain administrative documents related to the acquisition, closure, and sale of the Jensen Beach Campus by the Florida Institute of Technology from 1977 to 2001 as well as some documents related to the operation of the campus. The records are held within three boxes and takes up 1.34 cubic feet.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1977-1998 , 2001 extent.
Overview These records contain documents related to the Ocean Engineering and Sciences Department of Florida Institute of Technology, including its precursors. The OES documents include operational records, pamphlets, and campus publications from the late 1960s through 2000.
Overview The Theta Xi Fraternity Collection includes the records of Delta Delta Tau (1967-1973) and their reunion events (2003-2013), and some material from the Gamma Beta Chapter of Theta Xi (1973-c.2001). In 1972, Delta Delta Tau affiliated with the Theta Xi National Fraternity and became the Gamma Beta Chapter. The collection includes records of the fraternity through the years (including later reunion events) such as administrative records, memorabilia, membership, activity records, and awards. The...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1967 - 2013