College reaches out to community of K-12 language teachers.

Maria Amparo Yuste, deputy director Spain–U.S. Chamber of Commerce, speaks to participants. Thirty K-12 teachers, mostly from Miami-Dade, Broward, and West Palm Beach counties, recently got expert advice about an important task: how to incorporate aspects of Spanish for international business into the standard high school Spanish curricula. Organized for the second time by the […]

Alpha Kappa Psi fraternity shows how to add some style to community service.

What’s the proper length of a tie? Does “dress casual” mean you can wear jeans to work? Should you ever wear white socks with a suit? How short is “too short” for skirts in the office? Students at Miami’s G. Holmes Braddock High School learned the answers to these and other important “dress-for-success” questions during […]

Master of International Business graduate finds product ripe for increased production.

On a recent Farmer-to-Farmer assignment in Honduras, José Carlos Ortiz (MIB ’05) got his feet wet. Literally. As part of the College of Business Administration’s John Ogonowski Farmer-to-Farmer Program, funded by USAID, Ortiz was engaged to do a marketing study for PDA Valle in Nacaome, Honduras. He was to evaluate the production of cashew apples […]