On November 27, 2012, faculty members of the College of Business at Florida International University (FIU) were recognized for their teaching excellence, their research contributions and their dedication to service. The annual Faculty Awards Reception holds special significance for faculty members because it is the students who select the recipients of the teaching awards—an expression […]
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Annual Faculty Awards Luncheon honors professional accomplishments.
All awards are welcome, but recognition by one’s peers, and for professors, recognition by one’s students, is particularly meaningful. Each year, the dedication of members of the faculty of the College of Business Administration at Florida International University (FIU) gets special attention at the Faculty Awards Luncheon. Held this year on October 20th, the luncheon […]
Annual luncheon recognizes faculty contributions.
Faculty members toil long and hard on behalf of their students, the College of Business Administration and Florida International University (FIU). That dedication gets recognized annually at the Faculty Awards Luncheon, this year held on September 24th and attended by approximately 65 dedicated colleagues. Undergraduate and graduate students as well as those from student organizations […]
Executive MBA students from Jamaica complete Miami residency.
As part of the curriculum of the Executive MBA-Jamaica program (EMBA Jamaica), offered by College of Business Administration at Florida International University (FIU) and delivered in Kingston at University College of the Caribbean (UCC), students make a required—and enjoyable—trip to Miami. “After being a student for the past nine months, FIU to me now is […]
Commencement draws graduates from Jamaica.
In April 2008, four graduates of the Executive MBA in Jamaica traveled to Miami to participate in the commencement ceremonies. In April 2009, the tradition continued with seven students from that program, and three from the Master of Science in Human Resource Management (MSHRM), donning caps and gowns, and walking as part of the Chapman […]