Florida Polytechnic University President Randy Avent shared the institution’s unique approach to producing career-ready STEM graduates in a recent visit to Spain.
Avent met with Spanish leaders in education and technology, including Mateo Valero Cortes, CEO of Barcelona Supercomputing Center. He also met with representatives of Fulbright Spain, University Polytechnic of Catalunya and Polytechnic University of Madrid to explore research collaborations and exchange programs.
“This visit will help establish a presence for Florida Poly in Europe,” Avent said. “It will help us shape the University and provide more opportunities for our students and faculty in education, research, and industry partnerships.”
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