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UM reverses campus traffic growth

As the University of Miami has grown over the past two decades, it has shrunk its neighborhood traffic impact, a university study says. Janet Gavarrete, associate vice president of campus planning and development, said those living in…

College rolls drop as economy climbs

College rolls drop as economy climbs

Enrollment in most local colleges and universities follows national trends, with slighter lower numbers since the recession. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, enrollment in post-secondary, degree-granting institutions…

Neuroscience probes financial decisions

Neuroscience probes financial decisions

Neuroscientists don’t necessarily know much about finance, and financial analysts aren’t necessarily experts in neuroscience. Join the two fields together, however, and you have the emerging field of neurofinance, which…

Schools to issue $200 million in bonds

Schools to issue $200 million in bonds

The Miami-Dade County Public Schools plan to issue about $200 million in bonds this month due to cash-flow needs for district-wide upgrade projects. Up to this point, the school district…

Anti-poverty tech training for kids in parks

Anti-poverty tech training for kids in parks

It’s not your typical kids’ summer camp, but Miami leaders are hoping its uniqueness bodes well for the future of the city and its children. City commissioners have approved a…

University finance majors see big uptick

University finance majors see big uptick

The finance major in local colleges and universities continues to see an influx of students, particularly within the investment realm, and business schools point to Miami’s budding financial scene as…

Expo center focuses on training area workers

Expo center focuses on training area workers

The development firm bringing Miami its first hotel and expo center is not only providing hundreds of new jobs but is a partner in training the employees who will one…

Unusual partnership spurs education

Unusual partnership spurs education

To help struggling public schools, a state non-profit organization matches the schools with executives from the private sector. The organization’s work is essentially based on the idea of learning how…

Hot issues in ‘Ethics in Education’ forum

Hot issues in ‘Ethics in Education’ forum

With all the recent issues surrounding public education – from outcries over excessive school testing to bullying – a conference on education ethics seems timely. The Ethics in Education conference…

UM president hunt down to wire

UM president hunt down to wire

The University of Miami’s hunt for a new president is nearing its end, Richard D. Fain, vice chair of the board of trustees and chair of the search committee, reported…

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