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Dean to start work in July

On May 11, university administration announced that they had selected a new dean of the School of Communication. Starting July 1, Gregory J. Shepherd, currently the dean at the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University, will be replacing the current SoC Dean Sam L Grogg, who is leaving after his six year tenure. Grogg…

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Teach for America helps Miami Central

It wasn’t too long ago when Miami Central Senior High was considered the worst academic school in the state of Florida. From 2003 to 2008, Miami Central was rated as an “F” school based on student FCAT scores.
On the verge of being shut down by the state, the Miami-Dade school district opted for a different route: new principal, new teachers and a strong partnership with a national organization called Teach For America.

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Students get their hands dirty in Design/Build class

As an architect progresses in their career, very seldom do they get their hands dirty. At the University of Miami however, Rocco Ceo, director of undergraduate studies at the School of Architecture, has changed that. Ceo along with Jim Adamson, an adjunct professor at the University of Miami, have taken a group of 12 students…

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Teach for America helps Miami Central

On the verge of being shut down by the state, the Miami-Dade school district opted for a different route: new principal, new teachers and a strong partnership with an national organization called Teach For America.

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F.E.A. fundraising for autism research

A group of University of Miami students is raising money as participants in the 11th annual Miami-Dade Walk Now For Autism Speaks, which takes place on Sunday at JC Bermudez Park in Doral. Miami-Dade Walk Now For Autism Speaks is a fundraiser for Autism Speaks, which provides funding for research in autism, raises awareness about…

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