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New way to move youth fair

After voters approved potential expansion of Florida International University onto county land where the annual Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition is held, county officials are now seeking a new site for the fair. Only, this time they’ll…

University of Miami’s eco-friendly campus remake

University of Miami’s eco-friendly campus remake

The University of Miami is in the process of remaking its campus to be more eco-friendly as well as more responsive to the needs of students, faculty and the community…

FIU launches Peace Corps Prep program

FIU launches Peace Corps Prep program

Florida International University is living up to its name. This semester, the university became the first in Florida to launch a Peace Corps Prep program to prepare students for the…

FIU sees engineering school loop

FIU sees engineering school loop

Florida International Uni-versity’s College of Engineering and Computing trains its students not just for the hypothetical but specifically for local needs in order to keep graduates working for companies in…

FIU grad Oxford bound with Frost scholars

FIU grad Oxford bound with Frost scholars

A recent Florida International University graduate is among 10 students heading to England this month to study at Oxford University, compliments of the newly created Frost Scholarship at Oxford. The…

21 infused with new UM stem cell

21 infused with new UM stem cell

A partnership between University of Miami researchers and a Georgia-based biomedical company this month made a new type of stem cell commercially available for bone regeneration and healing. The marrow-isolated…

College strengthens China ties

Miami Dade College continues to strengthen its relationship with China through the arts and study-abroad programs. Year-to-date, there have been numerous exchanges of students, faculty and ideas. This fall semester,…

Book publishers tell South Florida stories

Book publishers tell South Florida stories

South Florida produces more than enough happenings to keep a book publisher busy for years. At the moment, there just aren’t that many local publishers to take on the stories,…

Florida becomes intellectuals’ burial ground

Florida is known as a resting place for those in their twilight years. Now a study of cultural migration over two millennia illustrates the point. Researchers from Texas and Miami…

Graduation rates miss superintendent’s vow

Graduation rates miss superintendent’s vow

Despite Superintendent Alberto Carvalho’s pledge two years ago to have a 90% high school graduation rate by 2014, Miami-Dade public schools are at 77.2% in the latest released rates, above…

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