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Palmer Trinity lays out three scenarios to open

As the new school year approaches, Miami-Dade County private schools are putting in place guidelines that will ensure the safety and wellness of students and faculty. Considering all possibilities, Palmer Trinity School has established a strategy to…

Barry University, Florida Memorial, St. Thomas band together

Barry University, Florida Memorial, St. Thomas band together

Within the past two years Florida Memorial University, Barry University and St. Thomas University have all appointed new presidents and focused on visible new initiatives, and now they are collaborating…

Miami Dade College business innovation center goes virtual

Miami Dade College business innovation center goes virtual

Originally set to launch back in April, Miami Dade College’s new state-of-the-art Business Innovation and Technology (BIT) Center has gone fully virtual. Designed to explore the role of technology in…

University of Miami aims test program at Miami Beach shoreline

University of Miami aims test program at Miami Beach shoreline

A University of Miami interdisciplinary team is seeking permits from the State of Florida and US Army Corps of Engineers to deploy three “hybrid” structures in waters off Miami Beach…

Gold Medal Awards honor Council for Educational Change

Gold Medal Awards honor Council for Educational Change

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce last year gave a NOVO award to the Council for Educational Change, or CEC, in recognition of the vision and execution of its Career…

University of Miami students’ departure leaves a gaping hole

University of Miami students’ departure leaves a gaping hole

Will Sekoff of Book Horizons, a family-owned and managed business operating since 1953, says things haven’t been the same since the University of Miami students left the Coral Gables campus. …

Downtown-Florida International University transit pick due

Downtown-Florida International University transit pick due

A nearly three-year project to determine what rapid transit upgrade bests fits the route between downtown Miami and Florida International University is rolling toward the finish line –most likely on…

MIT students co-teach to inspire STEAM careers

MIT students co-teach to inspire STEAM careers

Most students hoping to learn about science, technology, engineering and mathematics from world-class academics must first score well on standardized tests to earn a seat in a college classroom. At…

University of Florida research turning costly waste into county income

University of Florida research turning costly waste into county income

After extensive testing by a University of Florida research team, Miami-Dade County is one step closer to turning an expensive waste disposal headache into an income-producing asset. “Our Resources Recovery…

Southeast Fisheries Science Center to be on the move

Southeast Fisheries Science Center to be on the move

After considering various options, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, popularly known as NOAA, has determined that its existing Southeast Fisheries Science Center on Virginia Key will eventually be replaced…

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