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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…

FIU casino, hotel training in Macau advances

FIU casino, hotel training in Macau advances

A Florida International University partnership with the City University of Macau is growing: in 2015, students might begin academic or professional programs in the FIU Hospitality & Tourism Management program…

Suburban sprawl also hits waistlines, UM research finds

Suburban sprawl also hits waistlines, UM research finds

In Miami-Dade County, the farther away from the central business district you live, the less likely you are to walk. For every mile away from downtown the amount of walking…

Universities have $7.3 billion Miami impact

Universities have $7.3 billion Miami impact

Colleges and universities in Miami-Dade County play a very significant role in the local economy. County officials who did the math discovered the institutes of higher learning contribute billions of…

Schools issue $300 million in bonds

Schools issue $300 million in bonds

More than a year and a half after Miami-Dade voters approved issuing $1.2 billion in general obligation bonds for Miami-Dade County Public Schools upgrades, the school district has issued two…

Students take finance theories public

Students take finance theories public

Along with focusing on workforce development by preparing finance students for big-data analysis and supply-chain management, South Florida postsecondary schools are also taking the theories of finance outside the classroom. …

Miami Lighthouse growing

Miami Lighthouse growing

To further help legally blind teenagers and young adults become independent, Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired is to open a 5,700-square-foot fourth floor by summer’s end.  …

Miami foreign enrollments rising

Miami foreign enrollments rising

International enrollment at most Miami-Dade County post-secondary schools exceeded national levels, with local nonprofit private schools reporting the highest figures. The University of Miami reported the highest percentage of international…

Colleges’ 4-year program under fire

Colleges’ 4-year program under fire

Some Florida legislators are concerned that four-year degree programs at state colleges such as Miami Dade College are overlapping on what universities offer and perhaps funding for it should be…

Enough dentists, but where?

Enough dentists, but where?

While reports of an impending shortage of dentistry graduates have circulated, local experts said enough people are entering the field – but just not enough are practicing in rural areas.…

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