While people debate whether the greater Miami-Dade area can rightfully be called Silicon Beach, a group of local experts gave the idea an enthusiastic “yes” and shared information about how entrepreneurs can make the most of local opportunities during the Entrepreneurs in Tech forum on February 18, 2014. This event, hosted by the Eugenio Pino […]
David R. Klock, who will join the College of Business on October 1, 2012 as dean, was named Ryder Eminent Scholar Chair in Business. School of Accounting Abhijit Barua, associate professor, has been named to the Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLC Professorship. Wendy Gelman, senior instructor, was named an R. Kirk Landon Teaching and […]
An accomplished, classically trained pianist who plays in an eclectic Hip Hop and Jazz band, Karyne finds meaning in musical expression. View Karyne’s story. View other portraits of Uncommon Thinkers.
Have you ever had a chance encounter that turned into a pivotal move for your business? Maybe it was a quick chat at a party that didn’t seem to mean anything at the time—but months later, held out amazing possibilities. How did you decide to let it drop or follow it up? In the spring […]
“All things are possible.” This message resonated for the 30 students brought to campus recently by the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization to participate in the daylong “Open Minds/Open Doors” event. According to Garth D. Headley (MS ’07), director of programs, Center for Leadership, College of Business Administration, the campus visit marks the first of […]
Joyce J. Elam, executive dean, College of Business Administration, Florida International University (FIU) has appointed Irma Becerra-Fernandez (PhD ’94) director of the college’s Eugenio Pino and Family Global Entrepreneurship Center. “The Pino Center will have a new focus on innovation,” said Becerra-Fernandez, Knight Ridder Center Research Professor and professor, Department of Decision Sciences and Information […]