Going on his third year of his term as president of the University, Mark Rosenberg vowed to improve student services university-wide to ensure the money students are putting into the University – now more than what the state puts in – is well spent.
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For the first time in University history students are putting more money into the University than the state. Although it’s an event with both internal and external sources its outcomes will affect the University from top to bottom.
Though their futures within the Student Government Association are already known, candidates for the Student Government Council at Biscayne Bay Campus took part in a forum so students can question their future representatives.
In a letter sent to Student Media addressing the University community, Nick Autiello, Student Government Council at Modesto Maidique Campus vice president, officially announced his resignation.
Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver, a part of the School of Journalism and Mass Communications since it was the Department of Communications over thirty years ago, has informed Douglas Wartzok to begin a search for her successor as dean of SJMC.
Mike Hampton has been appointed dean of the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management.