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University of Florida researchers may find buried revenue for county

A University of Florida research team may dig up a long-buried source of new revenue for Miami-Dade government: 165,000 tons of ash created each year at the county’s Resources Recovery Facility that now is a costly…

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.…

Historic prep school plans remake

Historic prep school plans remake

A historic prep school with two locations in Coconut Grove plans a major rebuilding. The overall master plan, which would remake the Upper School of Ransom Everglades School, won conditional…

Investors could put University of Miami mahi mahi on menus

After two years breeding mahi mahi fingerlings for toxicology research, the University of Miami’s aquaculture program and hatchery on Virginia Key is open to investors looking to bring its fingerlings…

Research complex links animals, wind and waves

Research complex links animals, wind and waves

University of Miami’s new Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science complex is gearing up to open in March or April, and while a slew of students and staff are…

University of Miami plans more campus construction

University of Miami plans more campus construction

Those who haven’t been through University of Miami’s 239-acre campus in Coral Gables this year may notice several big improvements to the surroundings. The university has just completed several major…

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