Rubik’s cube adds new dimension to statistics course.

The American Heritage Dictionary defines statistics as “the mathematics of the collection, organization, and interpretation of numerical data, especially the analysis of popular characteristics by inference from sampling.” Many of the College of Business Administration’s undergraduate students view required statistics courses as a barrier that stands between them and their diploma. But they should not fear. […]

“Biofuels in the Americas” conference explores technology, investment, and the path forward.

More than 170 energy experts, executives from multinational corporations, and high-ranking government officials from across the Western Hemisphere gathered at Florida International University on January 24, 2008, to discuss the state of biofuels in The Americas at a day-long conference that reinforced the College of Business Administration’s commitment to international business. Dr. Brenda Haendler, Science […]

“Aetna Day” panel discussion examines health care disparities.

How to best address inequities in the availability of quality health care remains one of the more pressing aspects of our country’s health care dilemma. On November 15, 2007, concerned students, faculty, and staff joined representatives from the health care community in the Ocean Bank Auditorium in the new College of Business Administration Complex to […]

To buy or not to buy? To sell or not to sell? Assessing South Florida’s real estate market.

William Hardin Buy. Sell. Sit tight for now. What signals the right move to make in today’s South Florida real estate market? William Hardin, professor, Finance and Real Estate Department and director, real estate programs in the College of Business Administration, confirms that selling now does not make sense for most property owners. “In the […]