On June 26, a reception was held in the GC Ballrooms to honor Wartzok and his wife, Susan Wartzok, head of Cataloging for FIU Libraries, for their tireless leadership and service to the University.
Provost Douglas Wartzok
The University received $10 million from the state to help move the Youth Fair, but a poll shows mixed feelings among voters.
The Board of Trustees met on June 3 and discussed new projects, recent accomplishments and looming changes in college health care.
“We will celebrate 35 years of unmatched loyalty and dedication,” said Lunsford, vice president of Student Affairs on Friday, May 9 at the tribute event held for retiree executive director of Graham Center, Ruth Hamilton.
The Faculty Senate met on Tuesday Jan. 28 to discuss accreditation of MOOCs, a decline in graduate enrollment, a changing student-to-faculty ratio and the University’s overspending.
Cathy Leff has stepped down as director of Wolfsonian-FIU but will remain a fellow at the University.
Members of the American Studies Association recently voted to honor the call of Palestinian civil society to boycott Israeli academic institutions — a resolution the University has publicly opposed.
Richard Clapso/Contributing Writer Colleges claim that their students not only graduate, but graduate as leaders. FIU will now support this idea with its new entrepreneurship…