A year-end poll by the Graduate Management Admission Council also found that 72% of employers expect to hire MBA graduates in 2015, up from 69% the previous year.
The use of alcohol and cigarettes among middle- and high-school students reached 40-year lows in 2014, according to the Monitoring the Future study. However, researchers cautioned that e-cigarette use is high among teens.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration estimates that almost 26 million people in the United States have diabetes, a chronic metabolic condition that can lead to health problems such as heart disease, stroke and kidney damage.
Florida Tech instructor Wayne Brantley, a certified Project Management Professional, will discuss how to become a project management guru during the April 1 webinar.
Compared with Baby Boomer collegues, Millennials are more willing to discuss their personal lives with co-workers and bosses, according to a new LinkedIn survey of thousands of workers worldwide.
As the American Diabetes Association celebrates its 75th anniversary in 2015, healthcare officials say exercise and weight loss are key factors in helping prevent the onset of diabetes, a metabolic condition that can lead to serious complications.
Associate Professor Marco Carvalho, executive director of the Harris Institute for Assured Information at Florida Tech, will direct a research project aimed at boosting the detection of cyber threats targeting critical infastructure.
More than one-third of companies surveyed expect to add full-time employees in 2015, according to CareerBuilder's annual forecast. Education requirements for job candidates are likely to grow more stringent.
As part of Florida Tech's affiliation with Larsen Motorsports, students will be able to participate in research and internships at the professional racing organization's new facility near the Melbourne campus.
By crowdsourcing data from players of the Airport Scanner app, researchers were able to conduct more than 2 billion trials in less than two years.