Dioslyn Oliva | Staff Writer One of the measures for Mark B. Rosenberg’s return to FIU was to undergo sexual harassment training. Yet, as a…
President Mark B. Rosenberg
Members of South Florida’s legislature and an ambassador of the United Nations gathered in the University’s Graham Center to discuss the current state of Latin America on Friday, March 2.
University President Mark B. Rosenberg and other school officials discussed recent accomplishments, future goals and answered questions regarding the future of the Biscayne Bay campus at the 12th annual BBC Town Hall on Monday, Feb. 12.
University President Mark B. Rosenberg will continue his tradition of leading the 12th Annual Town Hall Meeting at the Biscayne Bay campus on Monday, Feb 12.
“I believe it was a peaceful demonstration, I think that’s very important,” President Mark Rosenberg said. “I’m encouraged whenever our students want to speak publicly about their political concerns and I’m not surprised that there are concerns.”
The 64 acres of Miami-Dade’s Tamiami Park that is at the heart of a dispute between the University and the Miami Dade Youth Fair is the planned site of a new engineering center, Rosenberg announced at the State of the University Address held Monday, April 11.
The University will formally welcome the new Royal Caribbean facility, located at the Biscayne Bay Campus, in a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, March 20.
To address student and faculty concerns, the BBC Student Government Council hosted their 9th Annual Town Hall Meeting with University President Mark B. Rosenberg.
To address student concerns, the BBC Student Government Council will host its 9th Annual Town Hall Meeting Monday, Feb. 16, an open forum with University President Mark B. Rosenberg.
After years of planning and delays, the Student Academic Support Center got its official groundbreaking on Friday, Nov. 21