State University System
First meeting of FAMU band director search committee Sept. 6
WTXL ABC 27
Florida A&M University‘s (FAMU) search committee for director of marching and pep bands is scheduled to hold its first organizational meeting on September 6 at 4 p.m. in the Foote-Hilyer Administration Building, Room 301…
Twitter postings can reveal psychopathy, FAU researchers say
Your Twitter postings may reveal not only your hobbies, politics and celebrity obsessions, but also whether you are a psychopath, according to researchers at Florida Atlantic University. A computer science professor and doctoral student have conducted a study with the London-based Online Privacy Foundation that showed how users’ word choices can indicate personality traits.
FIU medical residency program starting at West Kendall Baptist Hospital
South Florida Business Journal
Baptist Health South Florida has partnered with Florida International University’s Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine to launch a residency program in family medicine for aspiring doctors.
Keep hearing focused on fishing, not politics
The News Herald
A congressional hearing Saturday at the Holley Academic Center on the Florida State University Panama City campus will turn the national spotlight to Gulf fisheries. The field hearing is titled “Fishing Jobs” and is set to address a range of issues impacting our fisheries: the quality of fisheries science, how various management tools are working in our fisheries, and the importance of fisheries to coastal economies.
Fla. state welcomes new freshmen to campus
WTXL ABC 27
On Monday, Aug. 27, the halls of academia will be bustling as a new group of Florida State University students nervously search for their first college classes. Fortunately for the Class of 2016, they’re well prepared for the challenge that awaits them: Statistically speaking, this year’s freshman class is among the brightest in the university’s history…
UCF goes smokeless
Daytona Beach News-Journal
The University of Central Florida in Orlando has joined a national trend and made the university smoke free. UCF officials said they are joining hundreds of colleges and universities around the nation that have a tobacco and/or smoke-free policy in place. The new initiative started last week when classes returned for the fall semester and applies to employees, students, visitors, vendors and others while on UCF-owned or leased properties, including university vehicles.
Arty Students, Not Party Students, Are Champs Of Late-Night Food Delivery
But the college students with the biggest appetite for late-night munchies might not fit the stereotype you’d imagine. Students from small private schools, and particularly art and design schools, are the most likely to order a midnight snack, according to a recent study by GrubHub, a popular online “restaurant aggregator” service…The study analyzed food orders placed through their service, and compared the percentage of orders between midnight and 2 a.m. on college campuses to the national average. Among the schools placing the least nighttime food orders were Ohio State University, the University of Florida, Arizona State University, the University of Central Florida, and Rutgers University.
UF faculty want next president to have experience, credentials
Gainesville Sun (blog)
University of Florida faculty members want the institution’s next president to have academic credentials, understand complex universities and be able to effectively communicate. Those were a few of the qualities that faculty participating this morning in a focus group said were important to have in UF’s next leader. More than 35 faculty members from across the university met to develop a laundry list of desired credentials and characteristics…
Humorist Dave Barry for president? of UF?
In case Barry isn’t elected, he indicated he would consider another presidency, noting that he just learned a search is on for a new University of Florida leader.
UF to loan staff while Polytechnic gears up
Sleeves were rolled up and 3,000 pages of transition information were arranged in binders when a transition team met Friday to work on ramping up Florida Polytechnic University. Behind the conference table where educators were seated was a row of books stuffed with detailed information documenting the transition of assets between the now-defunct University of South Florida Polytechnic and the newly formed Florida Polytechnic University…
New website informs Florida seniors of transportation options
The University of Florida has teamed up with the Florida Department of Transportation to provide a database of more than 800 transportation services available to seniors and persons with disabilities. The web site — safeandmobileseniors.org — enables users to find out what transportation options are available to them in a specific county or city, including those offered by private companies. Click on “Find a Ride.”
Prepaid Cards Go to School
Wall Street Journal
…Some colleges, including North Carolina State University and the University of North Florida, have started offering a student ID that doubles as a prepaid card. American Express’s new Campus Edition prepaid card is available online and in more than 500 on-campus Barnes & Noble bookstores…
USF St. Petersburg welcomes hundreds of residential students and freshman class
Hundreds of USF St. Petersburg students will move into residential student housing on Saturday, the largest number in the history of the university, which also will welcome its largest freshman class ever. The move-in marks the opening of the new University Student Center, a $21 million facility expected to quickly become the main gathering spot on campus. It represents a significant step in the evolution of USFSP toward a more traditional, residential campus.
UWF housing at full capacity
Pensacola Business Journal
The University of West Florida is welcoming 2,144 students to campus housing, reaching 107 percent capacity for the fall semester, which begins Monday. Presidents Hall will open its doors for the first time Saturday. The new, suite-style residence hall will house 252 sophomores. Presidents Hall features double and single rooms, furnished with extra-long twin beds, desks and drawers. Students have cable television access, wireless Internet, private bathrooms, a refrigerator and microwave, as well as access to coin-operated laundry facilities on the second and fourth floors…
UWF selects developer for campus land
Pensacola News Journal
A Chicago developer is expected to deliver preliminary plans by early September for a 150-room hotel and conference center on the University of West Florida‘s main campus. UWF Business Enterprises Inc. CEO Matt Altier told his board of directors Friday that the Vieste Consortium of Chicago has been selected as the lead developer and is partnering with Manhattan Construction Co. of Fort Myers.
Landmark Center plans are back on track
The Northwest Florida Daily News
According to a study completed by the HAAS Center at the University of West Florida, the construction phase of the Landmark Center would create 286 temporary jobs.
Oil spill grant goes to Panama City firm
Pensacola Business Journal
A Panama City medical software firm is the second Panhandle business to win a large state grant from an economic development fund administered by the University of West Florida.
State College System
Chipola Artist Series tickets available online
For the first time in the history of the Chipola College Artist Series, patrons can purchase season tickets online…
Chipola grand opening gala set for Sept. 20
The Chipola College Center for the Arts grand opening gala, a Grand Night, is set for Thursday, Sept. 20…
Chipola offers help for unemployed and underemployed
The project, Florida Hire Ed, allows Chipola College to enhance or increase the … Chipola College and UWF will enhance or add training in the fields of …
CF enrollment is down
The College of Central Florida started classes this week with 5.6 percent fewer students than last fall. In 2011, a record 9,049 students enrolled. That was down to 8,497 this fall. The decline comes after enrollment jumped 43 percent from 2007 to 2011. Before the recession hit in 2007, CF had 6,336 students…
Stearns money to scholarships? Businessman makes the pitch
A local businessman and advocate for the College of Central Florida is asking US Rep. Cliff Stearns to donate $500,000 to a scholarship program that helps local fifth-graders pay for a college education later in life. Cory Pool, vice president of Jenkins Auto Group and a member of the CF board of trustees, recently sent Stearns a letter requesting the contribution from Stearns’ campaign fund.
Edison College enrollment down 12 percent
Naples Daily News
Enrollment at Edison State College is down 12 percent for the fall semester, a loss of almost 1,900 students school administrators say is consistent at higher education institutions across the United States. The college’s enrollment stands at 14,989. At this time last year, there were 16,884 registered students. Edison administrators deny the possibility that recent turmoil at the college is to blame. When enrollment slowed in spring 2012, they pointed to the improving economy, saying it meant fewer people needed to go back to school for new careers. Other Florida colleges experienced similar trends that they, too, attributed to the economy.
Edison’s new students prepare for Isaac
“Anything that’s going to be close to Southwest Florida and the West Coast I think the college is going to take that more serious,” Edison State College Police Chief Rick Parfitt said. The school will close Sunday starting at 4 p.m. through Monday.
FSCJ board approves Pell Grant plan, but trustee asks who’s to blame
An outside report on Florida State College at Jacksonville’s financial aid problems did not place blame, but college board members Thursday demanded someone be held accountable. FSCJ trustee Doug Burnett asked during a board meeting — the same day college administration said the amount of Pell Grants to be repaid more than doubled to $6 million or $7 million — why no higher-ups faced repercussions. At least 12 financial aid workers are undergoing performance reviews and have been put on temporary contracts in light of 1,300 students receiving grants they may have to repay…
Summer job, computer training program helps teens set goals: ‘Put …
In addition to working at summer jobs and earning paychecks, they had classroom sessions at Florida State College at Jacksonville’s downtown campus…
GCSC boasts of good report
The News Herald
Gulf Coast State College officials are celebrating after accountability numbers were released recently by the 2011 National Community College …
GCSC offers new Health Sciences degree/ program
Port St. Joe Star
This fall marks the first time GCSC or any of the other 27 colleges in the Florida College System has offered the Endoscopy Technician program…
HCC students taking part in unique RNC program
Bay News 9
The unique seminar at Hillsborough Community College is part of a national program organized by the Washington Center.
The Washington Center Gives University Students a Front Row Seat …
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
Through academic partnerships with UNC Charlotte and Hillsborough Community College, participants will attend guest lectures led by prominent political leaders and scholars and then volunteer on-site on the convention grounds…
Not everyone thinks Loxahatchee Groves a good site for PBSC campus
Palm Beach Post
A 91,000-square-foot shopping center, tentatively called Loxahatchee Groves Commons, is also scheduled to be built on the remaining 22 acres of the 97-acre property owned by the Alexander Family Trust and known as the Simon property…
Santa Fe College student dies from gunshot would
A man fatally shot outside a southwest Gainesville apartment Thursday night has been identified as a Santa Fe College student. Police say they believe the man went to the apartment as part of a drug deal. Eugene Shelton, 26, was killed in the incident, Gainesville Police Department detective Cpl. Bennie Smith said.
Three men rob Santa Fe students at gunpoint
The Independent Florida Alligator
The Alachua County Sheriff’s Office arrested three men over the weekend connected to a Thursday night robbery at a southwest Gainesville apartment complex. Police charged Benjamin Tyrell Lewis, 28, with home invasion with a firearm, aggravated battery, grand theft, criminal conspiracy, possession of stolen property and marijuana possession. Ahmad Rashard Hunt, 22, and Larry Donnell Robinson, 18, were charged with three counts of criminal conspiracy, possession of stolen property and marijuana possession.
The Bereavement Conference, targeted to professionals who deal with grief, is scheduled for September 28th at the Tallahassee Community College Workforce Development Center.
Independent Colleges and Universities
Bicyclist badly injured in crash at Edward Waters College
A bicyclist suffered life-threatening injuries when struck by a vehicle on Kings Road in the heart of the Edward Waters College campus Saturday afternoon.
Lynn presidential debate to aid in school district push for more …
Palm Beach Post
When Barack Obama and Mitt Romney come here to Lynn University in October for the last of the presidential debates, the Palm Beach County School District wants its students prepared…
Q&A on the Republican National Convention — with a serial killer (sort of)
Two musts are the old Tampa Bay Hotel, built by [railroad magnate] Henry Plant, which is now at the University of Tampa, and Ybor City.
Republicans can find religion in not-so-religious Tampa
Washington Post (blog)
For those attending the convention, Tampa Tribune religion writer Michelle Bearden recommends a short walk to the University of Tampa, a private liberal arts school where you can visit the new $20 million Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values…
Yip Yap: Noted and Quoted FLHE Voices from Around the State
The Buzz: Is the cost of a state university education in Florida too darn high?
The answer unfortunately is “yes”, according to a recent study by the Research Institute on Social and Economic Policy at Florida International University. With many Florida families shelling out up to 25 percent — or more — of median income for public in state college costs, the idea of obtaining an affordable education is becoming more difficult…
Letter:PBSC should learn from Scripps when planning site
Palm Beach Post
Regarding the article “PBSC considers former TB hospital for extension,” a few years ago, a national research institution (Scripps) was searching for a new location in Palm Beach County. The politicians/developers “guided” them to the most rural land they could find. Not because it was the best location for the institution, but for many other reasons that would only come to light late in the process…LAWRENCE CORNING - Loxahatchee Groves
Tampa for Republicans: The good, the bad, and the Mons Venus
It’s only the University of Tampa, and really quite harmless, unless of course you are also suspicious of higher education…
Editorial: Embracing the essence of Tampa
The private, picturesque University of Tampa on the banks of the Hillsborough River attracts students from around the globe. We love our military. Every Friday afternoon, you will find folks along Bayshore Boulevard waving American flags as commuters …
Anthony Westbury: In Fort Pierce it’s bank to school time
Fort Pierce looks to be getting a much-needed economic shot in the arm. The private, for-profit Virginia College plans to open a new campus at 2810 S. U.S. 1 in a 74,000-square-foot building formerly used by Riverside Bank as a computer operations center. The site forms part of a shopping center north of Coral Square Shoppes and east of U.S. 1; existing tenants include Discount Furniture, several substance abuse and mental health organizations and a church. Virginia College, which has 24 other campuses in cities strung across the southeastern U.S., chose Fort Pierce because of a combination of factors, according to Chief Marketing Officer Chuck Trierweiler.
Pippen is Chipola Career Employee of the Year
Wendy Pippen has been named Chipola College’s Career Employee of the Year for 2012…
Rapper Future To Help FAMU Kick Off Football Season
Future will be on hand to kick off the school’s 2012 football season, along with FAMU alum, DJ Demp, during the university’s halftime show, aimed at giving fans and supporters of the school an exciting, new experience to replace the performances of their award-winning but suspended marching band…
Florida’s election year trends: fewer voters, unopposed candidates
Shevrin Jones, a 28-year-old Democrat from West Park and a teacher at Florida Atlantic University High School, walked into office after two challengers dropped out of the race for the newly-drawn south Broward district. “I was surprised [at no opposition],” said Jones, who credited his activism in the community for turning away opponents.
Six Floridians get main-stage moment at GOP convention
Palm Beach Post
Kevin Wagner, a Florida Atlantic University political scientist, said that while “meaningful things used to happen at conventions, that has mostly stopped.” Now, it’s a made-for-television extravaganza with a deceptively simple goal, he said. “Whoever speaks now, it’s mostly about energizing the party’s base,” Wagner said. “It’s a four-day pep rally. Parties want these voters fired up for the fall.”
Isaac an unwelcome guest for most local businesses
Naples Daily News
“There could be a day of lost wages,” said Jerry Schoenfeld, associate professor of human resource management at Florida Gulf Coast University. “That’s a significant worry for many entry-level workers who live paycheck to paycheck.”
Global warming aids invasive species in Antarctica
Summit County Citizens Voice
“The king crabs are predators that eat most types of hard-shelled prey. If the crabs make it onto the Antarctic shelf, it is highly likely they will disrupt the unique seafloor communities, which currently live just a few hundred meters shallower than the massed crab populations,” said Richard Aronson, head of the Florida Institute of Technology Department of Biological Sciences…
Florida’s seniors could sway presidency
San Francisco Chronicle
Hugh Gladwin, director of the Institute for Public Research at Florida International University, says that for the next week, Floridians of every political stripe will get a front-row seat at the theater of “good old-fashioned politics.”
Jeff Atwater Promoting Forum to Help Small Businesses Help Florida
Sunshine State News
Florida’s Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater is seeking a little give-and-take with a group of small-business owners that may assist efforts to revamp federal financial laws or identify state regulations that need to be repealed. Following the Republican National Convention next week, Atwater will be participating in a small-business forum in Tampa with the Jim Moran Institute at Florida State University. The aim of the two-day 2012 Small-Business Leadership Forum, Sept. 6-7, at the Westin Harbour Island Hotel, is to connect with a sampling of the state’s 2.2 million small-business owners, providing information on access to capital, matters of human resources and potentially linking them with mentors and investors…
Florida’s last political summer: 1972
“He really understood young people,” said Talbot (Sandy) D’Alemberte, the former Florida State University president who ran McGovern’s Florida campaign. “He didn’t believe in the ‘lock everybody up’ approach that was so popular around that time…
Florida’s clout at ballot-box once again in spotlight
The state’s contentious 2000 election, which delivered George Bush the White House with his 547-vote victory there, reminded the nation that “Florida has this history of being a very mischievous state,” said Lance deHaven-Smith, professor of public administration and policy at Florida State University. With its vibrant mix of Caribbean black and Latino urban communities, coastal senior citizen havens, rural conservative Panhandle hamlets, and military base voters, a presidential election in Florida “is a game of inches,” deHaven-Smith said…
Isaac knocks Scott off stage, but offers leadership opportunity
Randall Holcombe, a Florida State University economist, said Scott and Romney seem to share an economic philosophy of limiting the role of government in order to stimulate private-sector growth.
Romney hopes convention will help him win Florida
It’s the largest swing state with 29 electoral votes,” said Carol Weissert, a political scientist at Florida State University…
New van gives a World War II veteran mobility
“It had gotten to be a dangerous situation,” said son Jake Hartvigsen, the New College of Florida spokesman who joined his sister Pam Gean in securing the $25,600 conversion van from the Department of Veterans Affairs. “Dad weighs 170 pounds, and it was really hard on him to make the transfers. The only place we could take him was to doctors’ appointments.”
Young Immigrants Rallying in Tampa Outside the RNC
Members of black communities will be involved in the rally, as will Hispanics and others, said Mayra Hidalgo, who spoke out for DREAM while at Polk State College and continues volunteering with DREAM Action Florida…
Empire State Gunman Threatened to Kill Victim Last Year
NBC New York
According to a LinkedIn page that has since been taken down, [Jeffrey] Johnson attended the Ringling College of Art and Design in Florida, and was the sole proprietor of a T-shirt company, St. Jolly T-shirt Art…
Jeffrey Johnson, Empire State Building gunman, was ‘depressed,’ friend says
He studied graphic arts and illustration at Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Fla., from 1978 to 1980, but never graduated, said Christine Meeker Lange, a school spokeswoman.
Gunman created world of fantasy art while he stewed over job loss
New York Post
[Jeffrey] Johnson learned much of his style between 1978 and 1980 at the Ringling College of Art and Design, an art school in Sarasota, Fla., which was founded by circus magnate John Ringling and offers four-year fine-arts degrees…
Long Before Carnage, an Office Grudge Festered
New York Times
He [Jeffrey Johnson] attended Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Fla., from 1978 to 1980, leaving a year shy of the three years required for a certificate, the school said Friday.
Meet The Beautiful Women Who Send Rockets Into Space
Tiffaney Miller Alexander — Electrical Engineer - Job Title: Transition and Retirement Project manager, Safety and Mission Assurance Directorate Education: B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a Master’s in Industrial Engineering from the University of Central Florida NASA Center: Kennedy Space Center. In 1999, Alexander was hired as systems engineer for The Boeing Company at Kennedy Space Center. Just three years later she became the youngest and first woman to be a top-10 finalist for the Boeing Florida Space Coast Operation Engineer of the Year Award. In lieu of the Shuttle Program’s retirement, Alexander, who joined NASA as a civil servant in 2007, now manages all retired space vehicles, ensuring that they reach their final resting place…
Locals worry as Haiti suffers again
“No matter how hard it gets here in Florida, it’s nothing like what happens in Haiti,” said Edwidge Crevecoeur-Bryant, a University of Central Florida education professor who, along with another faculty member, came up with a plan after the 2010 quake to open a half-dozen adult community learning centers in her native Haiti. She sent out text messages to relatives and a colleague from the learning center, who gathered a group of volunteers to pass out water and other supplies Friday, when the storm started to pound the country. It continued into early Saturday. ”It’s like a wound that’s not given the opportunity to heal,” she said.
Livestrong helps Armstrong’s damage control
“It remains to be seen how far he will fall because of the good things he’s done, but Nike stuck with Tiger Woods and I think there will be companies that do that with Lance as well,” says Dr. Richard Lapchick, the chair and director of the University of Central Florida‘s DeVos Sports Business Management Program. “I think there are some that will and some that won’t. But we’re in a whole new era, post-Sandusky, if you will…
Up, up and away: Suborbital spaceflight industry may launch new era for Brevard
“It’s perfectly real and it’s very exciting,” Alan Stern, director of the Florida Space Institute at the University of Central Florida, said. “The investors, who are sinking millions in (suborbital) space projects, do not intend to go broke.”
Dave Foreman on Natural History: The Ground on Which Conservation Rests
Fly Rod & Reel Magazine (blog)
Reed Noss, of the University of Central Florida and one of the world’s top conservation biologists (and unmatched in bringing conservation biology to the conservation network), believes that the root of what is wrong with conservation biology today is the fading of natural history…
Akin’s remarks will grab piece of spotlight at GOP convention
Palm Beach Post
Any doctor trained in the 20th century knows that Willke’s assertions are false, said Bill Allen, a medical ethicist at the University of Florida. “It’s not that (the rape pregnancy idea) was a prevalent view when Willke was training,” said Allen.
The Buzz: Fly control, Florida-style
Daytona Beach News-Journal
The war against summer flies is in full force, irritating us at picnics and in our landscapes. Fortunately, University of Florida researchers have patented an innovative new fly control device: the Florida Fly-Baiter. Most of us are familiar with the yellow fly control traps on the market; however, UF‘s new device is blue. According to Phil Koehler, a professor of urban entomology with UF‘s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, a key discovery found that flies were three times more attracted to blue than yellow…
Florida crucial to Romney; clincher for Obama
For Democrats, it’s a lot easier road through Florida, even though it’s not essential,” said Daniel Smith, a political scientist at the University of Florida. “The Republican nominee has not won the White House without carrying Florida since Calvin Coolidge,” Smith noted. “So I would say Florida is pretty important for Republicans in November.”
Convention could refocus message
“If anything, the cone-of-uncertainty is surrounding Republicans in Tampa,” said Daniel A. Smith, a University of Florida political scientist.
Sunday Dialogue: Conversations Between Doctor and Patient
New York Times
Ms. Frohock is a lecturer at the University of Miami School of Law. Yes, medical paternalism has been replaced by shared decision-making, and patients are usually asked to choose among options presented by their physicians.
Florence M. Hecht, UM trustee, philanthropist, dies
South Florida philanthropist Florence Hecht delighted in the young people at the University of Miami. Nothing pleased her more than serving her traditional midnight breakfast to stressed out students at the residence halls during final exams week…
Mayor Alvin Brown seen as lacking leadership on controversial issues
“His stance of no new taxes, that limits the policy debate pretty strongly,” said Matt Corrigan, head of University of North Florida’s Political Science department.
Jacksonville’s Blair Richardson prepares to film a horror movie in Riverside
[Jeremy] Tidwell, a full-time student at the University of North Florida majoring in literature, and McDonagh, who works for a market research company, first worked with Richardson on “First Date.”…
He watched wife’s suicide, then felt heat of the law
U-T San Diego
Donna Cohen, a nationally known expert on suicides and murder-suicides in the elderly, is professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the University of South Florida’s department of aging and mental health in Tampa.
Parker on Politics: Medicare just one Florida issue
“I was besieged with calls from the national media asking if this means the Republicans should write off Florida,” said Susan MacManus, a University of South Florida political science professor and among the most-quoted experts on Florida politics…
GOP hopes convention fires up party foot soldiers
“For the delegates, the most exciting thing will be seeing the whole team on the stage,” University of South Florida political science professor Susan MacManus told The Washington Examiner…
‘Snowbirds’ getting the attention of Republicans in Michigan and Florida
Retirees are a key voting bloc in Florida, says Seth McKee, a political scientist at the University of South Florida.
Ocean exploration, medical technology, defense businesses examples of …
In downtown Tampa, [Debbie] Sutherland is CEO of CAMLS — the Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation. She spent 16 years as a Ph.D. executive and associate dean at the University of South Florida medical school. Now she’s spearheading efforts to make the three-story CAMLS center, an extension of USF, a go-to place for hospital surgical teams nationwide to learn hands-on use of the latest robotic surgery devices. ”This is Disney for docs,” says Sutherland, only half in jest, standing in one of CAMLS’ many surgical trauma rooms…
Here’s why fascinating state of Florida hosts RNC
“Ask yourself, are we America’s southernmost state, or are we the northern outpost of the Caribbean?” asked University of South Florida St. Petersburg historian Gary Mormino, author of Land of Sunshine, State of Dreams: A Social History of Modern Florida…
From unobstructed views to fortress-like fencing
MyFox Tampa Bay
“It’s not really much of a problem to me,” said Zoe Weatherby, a junior at the University of Tampa. “I think it’s kind of exciting, I like the whole idea of the political system and I like it being in the area.”…
Okaloosa county commissioners oppose military sustainability
Crestview News Bulletin
Rod Lewis, director of the University of West Florida Haas Center, who has worked with the project for five years, expressed concern for Okaloosa County’s economic status, following Tuesday night’s decision. ”I think a lot of jobs are closely connected to Eglin,” he said. “It is the epicenter of the high wage, high tech jobs in Northwest Florida. We certainly want to keep those critical missions in Okaloosa County.”
Releases and Web Stories
Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) Partners with FL-CAN to Extend List of …
Energy Digital (press release)
Orlando, FL, August 26, 2012 –(PR.com)– Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) has joined many other Universities in adding their Intellectual Property (IP) and Lab Facilities to the resource catalogs created by the Florida Cleantech Acceleration …
Interior design open house Sept. 4
By news release – Residents interested in pursuing a career in interior design are invited to attend the Indian River State College Interior Design Open House …
Healthcare Career Opportunities for African-American Men
Santa Fe College
Santa Fe College has a shortage of African-American men applying to Health Sciences training programs and this is the third forum being held in an effort to …