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Bombardier plans links with schools to train its Miami workers

Canadian aerospace manufacturer Bombardier Business Aircraft’s new Learjet service facility at Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport will bring not only $100 million in capital investment and 300 jobs but also an engagement with local schools to train…

Barry University fine-tunes new five-year agenda

Barry University fine-tunes new five-year agenda

From being used as venues for international sporting events to weddings, summer camps to music festivals, and even the occasional TV appearance, colleges are now more open-minded than ever when…

Miami’s educational firmament studded with leaders

Miami’s educational firmament studded with leaders

Miami’s educational firmament is studded with leaders who specialize is both traditional and non-traditional learning. Javier Betancourt, director of economic improvement for the City of Coral Gables, nominated Cheli Cerra,…

FIU looks to partner with Asia’s hospitality industry

FIU looks to partner with Asia’s hospitality industry

As Asia’s hospitality industry takes great leaps forward, FIU’s Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management is looking into partnerships with Asian institutions that can lead to expanded opportunities for…

Demand for finance education soars

Demand for finance education soars

After making its way out of the financial crisis relatively unscathed, the demand for finance education in Miami business schools is growing at shocking rates, with a stabilizing job market…

Florida teacher shortage labeled “critical”

Florida teacher shortage labeled “critical”

The ranks of new teachers in Florida continue to grow, but state education authorities say there continues to be a teacher shortage, and the word “critical” remains a qualifier. State…

Higher education key to luring Asian business leaders

Higher education key to luring Asian business leaders

Focus on higher education is the key to attracting and retaining future Asian business leaders, panelists at the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s International Business Leadership Summit said last week.…

Larkin College of Pharmacy accepts first student

Larkin College of Pharmacy accepts first student

Larkin Health Sciences Institute College of Pharmacy is right on schedule for an August opening and has already accepted 30 students for its first class. The private, non-profit school is…

Battle over sharing of Youth Fair site

Battle over sharing of Youth Fair site

Commissioner Juan Zapata has lambasted Mayor Carlos Gimenez for considering that Florida International University and the county Youth Fair share the fair’s Tamiami Park site and urged the mayor to…

Universities’ enrollments trending up

Universities’ enrollments trending up

Most area colleges and universities find enrollment for the fall semester conforms to expectations. The exception may be St. Thomas University, which saw an appreciable increase in enrollment following some…

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