Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Research Park, which has so far served 22 companies and generated 104 high-paying, full-time jobs, will soon gain another 10,000 square feet of production space to advance innovation and entrepreneurship in Central Florida.  The new facility – to be located on the east side of Clyde Morris Boulevard just south of Bellevue Avenue … Read more

Dr. Cameron McNabb, an associate professor of English in Southeastern University’s College of Arts & Media, was recently awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant for her book project, “Dramatic Prosthesis: Disability Studies and Drama.” McNabb’s award, one of only eight granted in all of Florida, will allow her time this summer to research and write the book, … Read more

Florida College recently accepted 12 students into the four-year nursing program. The Bachelor of Science program is designed to develop students spiritually, mentally, physically and socially for lives of service to their Creator and to humanity. “The Florida College Nursing Program was blessed with more qualified applicants than we were able to admit. The incoming … Read more

Warner University would like to congratulate Dr. Carlene Harwood on recently obtaining her Ed.D. (Doctorate of Education) from Nova Southeastern University.  Her concentrations are in Reading Education and Adult Education.  “I’m hoping that those combinations help me be a better instructor and assist my English students – especially ones who may be struggling,” says Harwood.  Dr. Harwood … Read more

Congratulations to Ringling College of Art and Design Motion Design junior, Rudy Schultz, for their work being recognized as a Finalist for the 2020 SXSW Title Design Competition!  Their project, LUST – History of Motion Design is an abstract title sequence created in Ringling’s sophomore Concept Development course taught by Jared Greenleaf. Among the finalists, you’ll find work … Read more

Two Florida Memorial University (FMU) communication students will participate this week in the 2021 Christopher J. Georges Conference on College Journalism: an exciting and informative event organized each year by the Neiman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University with assistance from The Harvard Crimson. “This opportunity will enhance and reinforce the instruction my journalism students … Read more

Seven Edward Waters College female students hope a breast cancer research they worked on will serve as a catalyst for women, particularly African American women, to start being more proactive about their health. And they thought Women’s History Month was the perfect time to spread the word about their research and get women focused on … Read more

Nova Southeastern University (NSU) is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Mominey to Associate Vice President of Advancement. Currently, he serves as NSU’s Director of Athletics and will retain those duties while stepping into this new role. “Michael’s meaningful relationships with alumni and student athletes who have played on our fields as well as his admirable … Read more

The University of Tampa has partnered with Pasco County Schools to help current teachers earn the credentials required for leadership positions more easily. “It’s so important to have great leaders — they inspire teachers, and then those teachers inspire students, which leads to student success,” said Colleen Beaudoin, chair of the Department of Education and member … Read more

After conducting a national search, Stetson University has appointed Ray Nault, EdD, as its vice president of Enrollment Management. Nault succeeds Joel Bauman, PhD, who left to become the senior vice president for Enrollment Management at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh last summer. Nault has been leading Stetson as its interim vice president of Enrollment Management … Read more

Southeastern University has announced that Dr. Aimee Franklin will be stepping in as the new dean for the College of Natural and Health Sciences. Franklin replaces Dr. Deborah “Debbie” Hazelbaker, who will be retiring at the end of the 2020-21 academic year.  Graduating in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in pre-medicine and biology, Franklin is … Read more

“Never give up.”  “Stay strong.” “Keep trying — you can do it.” Students hear these encouragers all the time from their parents, professors, learning specialists, and others in their lives. But does it work? Yes — if you ask Michael Hansen, a computer information systems student at Beacon College, who knows firsthand that once a … Read more

James A. Knapp has joined Palm Beach Atlantic University as senior director of development. Knapp came to PBA last month from The Cushman School, a private, non-profit pre-K-12 school in Miami where he served as chief strategy officer. In that role, he worked alongside the head of school, board and faculty to build a vision … Read more

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U.S. News & World Report has ranked Florida Southern College’s Master of Science in Nursing program at No. 160 out of 220 schools listed in the newly published 2022 edition of its Best Graduate Schools guide. This marks the first ranked appearance of the College’s graduate nursing program in these prestigious listings. FSC’s School of … Read more

Hodges University’s marketing team earned 10 national awards in the 36th Annual Educational Advertising Awards. “It’s always gratifying when peers from around the country and the world recognize the work we do,” said Teresa Araque, AVP of Marketing. “Working with such a talented team of professionals is rewarding. We appreciate the support from our President, … Read more

Hiram C. Powell, Ph.D., has been named Interim President of Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) after a vote by the university’s Board of Trustees on Thursday. Per the University’s charter, the Board of Trustees holds the sole fiduciary responsibility and authority to select the institution’s president. Dr. Powell, who graduated in 1976 from B-CU with a bachelor’s … Read more