President Kelly Speaks at RADISE International
FAU President John Kelly appeared at RADISE International alongside Gov. Rick Scott and Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera to discuss the company’s manufacturing expansion and partnership with the University.
Florida Atlantic University President John Kelly appeared at RADISE International alongside Gov. Rick Scott and Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera to discuss the company’s manufacturing expansion and partnership with the University. RADISE International is a consulting company focused on solving the challenges faced by a diverse customer base.
“Partnering with local businesses like RADISE International is one of the many ways FAU works to prepare students for success in their education and careers,” Kelly. “We work every day to help ensure FAU students are positioned to secure employment by the time they graduate.”
RADISE has worked closely with FAU on several projects and collaborative efforts. Currently, RADISE is funding a research project for the FAU Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatics Engineering, working with FAU faculty members and doctoral students to advance their Smart Structures technology and its applications.
“FAU has done an outstanding job with my ‘Ready, Set, Work’ challenge, graduating 100 percent of full-time students to attend a four-year university or get a job that leads to a great career, said Scott. “FAU is on a roll.”
RADISE International has been in business for 18 years and specializes in geotechnical engineering, construction engineering inspection, construction material testing, information technology and geographical information systems.“It’s amazing to take all of the things I’ve learned from years of study and apply it in the workforce,” said Jose Canas, an FAU alumnus and RADISE new hire. “I’m happy and proud to have studied at FAU.”