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  • posted October 25, 2016

    Re-Union Reflections; Wills, Walls, Wells Webinar

    Contributed by Natalie Butto, Management Professor and Workshop Facilitator  It is autumn, which symbolizes transition, and reunion time at many colleges. FIU recently hosted their roaring Reunion week, and I just returned from a Georgetown Hoya Lawya reunion in DC. The anticipation of reunions can spark a variety of feelings including excitement, nostalgia and doubt. […]

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  • posted September 2, 2016

    Panther Steps

    After years of reflection, I realize that the starting point for many of my successes started at FIU. I believe it all started when I received my commission as a 2LT in the Army through the FIU Army ROTC program. But perhaps I should back track even further. I was a Soldier serving on active […]

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  • posted July 22, 2016

    FIU Took Center Stage at Villain Theater’s Alumni Night

    The live comedy scene in Miami has undergone a major transformation with the recent addition of Villain Theater – a new Chicago-style improv theater in the blossoming arts district of Little Haiti. An enthusiastic audience of FIU alumni, students and staff had an opportunity to witness this first hand at a special FIU Alumni Night […]

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  • posted July 13, 2016

    Sea Level Rise is a Priority Focus for FIU

    Among the most important issues of our time, sea level rise is a priority focus at FIU. Did You Know? 1. By 2030, we expect mean sea level rise will result in an increase of up to 6 more inches of sea level rise in the Miami area alone. 2. With no intervention (flood mitigation) and […]

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  • posted June 24, 2016

    Easy Equality

    On June 7, 2016, Patricia Arquette spoke at the Women in Technology International Conference (WITI) in San Jose, California. I listened to Ms. Arquette cover many topics near and dear to her heart, spouting off various statistics many of us are already familiar with: Women making less money than men doing the same job, women […]

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  • posted June 3, 2015

    Dining with 12 Panthers in 300 Words

    The exclusive breakfast held on June 2nd, 2015  by the FIU Student Alumni Association was quite the experience (No, I am not writing about the food)! The event was hosted by Antonio Lyon ’09, CEO and Founder of successful start-up U-Glove, and Hiram Hernandez ’03, an equally successful independent business owner/financial adviser for Eagle Strategies, […]

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  • posted April 13, 2015

    FIU alumni help build Miami

    Five FIU alumni – Oscar Morejon, Armando Diaz, Leonardo Rubio, David Gonzalez and Jorge Palancar – are part of one of the biggest construction projects in Downtown Miami. MET 3 is a multi-phased commercial construction project that began in December 2012. The building consists of a ground-level Whole Foods Market; a 12-story parking garage; and […]

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  • posted January 7, 2015

    Resolutions: Keep Them Simple and in Focus

    “The Best Laid Plans of Mice and Men Often Go Awry” John Steinbeck 1902-1968 (American Nobel Prize Author) Now that we have begun a new year… many thoughts, ideas, wishes and resolutions occupy our minds. Often the best resolutions come to naught or they are realized for only a short period, then forgotten. In the […]

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  • posted September 22, 2014

    Navigating Through Roadside Assistance Plans

    You may not think about your roadside assistance plan much, but if you end up experiencing a breakdown you will be left hoping you chose the right plan. Although spending the time comparing and vetting out roadside providers may seem like a mundane task, the truth is, there are a variety of plans out there […]

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