We’ve seen those rankings telling us which colleges have the best academics, sporting events and parties, but who rules on Facebook and Twitter? There is now a list for that, and Florida is well represented.
In South Florida, the University of Miami ranked 18th among the top 100 social media colleges in the country, according to a new list by the website Student Advisor. The website credits UM for creating a Facebook page allowing fans to decide what jersey and hats the Hurricanes baseball team would wear on game day.
Lynn University ranked 43rd, thanks to its extensive use of social networking to engage students and the public for the October presidential debate.
Florida International University placed 64th, with special recognition to the College of Business for sponsoring “Social Media 101” workshops for students.
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Read: “South Florida Schools,“ an article by Sun Sentinel.