Bino Campanini

Bino Campanini, senior vice president of student life and alumni affairs, stands in front of the alumni affairs staff.

As of April 1, Bino Campanini, the senior vice president of Florida Tech has resigned from his position.

An email was sent out by Marco Carvalho, the acting president of the university. Carvalho said, “We thank Mr. Campanini for his service to Florida Tech.”

The Senior Vice President position oversees the office of Student Life and the office of Alumni Affairs. The email stated Student Life will report to the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost.

The office of Alumni Affairs will report to Gary Grant, senior vice president for development, as stated in the email.

T. Dwayne McCay retired from his position as university president and was put on leave for family reasons exactly one week before Campanini’s resignation.

Wes Sumner, vice president for executive communications, said “As a matter of practice, Florida Tech does not discuss personnel matters.”

Little information has been disclosed as to the reasoning behind the resignation. Sumner said Carvalho’s statement is the extent to which the university will provide comment.

(1) comment

Sandy P.

I’m so surprised by this news! Why is there no more coverage of this? Obviously, there is more to the story. How can there be no comments? Bino has been the lifeblood of Florida Tech for at least a decade. His kids also all attended Florida Tech and participated in sports. He was the emcee at every event. Something is very wrong. He will be missed. 💔

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