Profile: Kenneth G. Furton
Written by Nina Lincoff on April 30, 2014
Kenneth G. Furton, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, is gearing up to switch offices and move into his new role as provost of Florida International University (FIU) in July. While Mr. Furton’s background is in forensic science, he has many interests, most of which are on display in his office, whether it’s a clock made out of a race car tie, remnant art by local artist Bill Burke, or his rotating collection of ties.
On the day of the interview, Mr. Furton highlighted his scientific background with an E=MC2 tie.
Miami Today Reporter Nina Lincoff interviewed Mr. Furton in the Engineering and Computer Science building on FIU’s main campus.
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