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    HIALEAH, FL. – Florida National University women’s soccer team suffered its first loss of the season on Tuesday afternoon falling to Johnson and Wales University.  The match was FNU’s and JWU’s season opener. With the loss, FNU falls to 0-1-0 on the year while Johnson and Wales improves to 1-0-0. SCORING SUMMARY 08:32 | FNU – … Continued

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    Tips for Preventing Student Burnout

    Getting stressed while attending college is a normal phenomenon, and because it seems normal, sometimes people fail to recognize the signs and symptoms of a completely different condition – burnout. While it’s often ignored or downplayed as normal college stress, burnout is much more serious than just day-to-day stress. If you feel you or someone … Continued

  • FNU Volleybal Coach Talking to the players during timeout


    Two matches. Two wins. The Florida National University women’s volleyball team performed in dominant fashion on the second day at the Keiser Invitational Tournament, easily dispatching Pensacola Christian College (3-1) in the first game of the day and with a sweep over Columbia International University (3-0) in the last match of the day. Game 1 … Continued

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    WEST PALM BEACH, FL – After a historic 2018/19 season in which Florida National University women’s volleyball team won its first National Championship, the Conquistadors lost its season opener, (3-0) to St. Louis College of Pharmacy Friday afternoon. Game 1 – Box Score Match Score: St. Louis College of Pharmacy 3, Florida National 0 Set Scores: 25-16, 25-21, … Continued

  • The Evolution of Distance Learning

    While planning your next semester, you begin to consider taking a few online courses. You realize that the flexibility of the classes will help alleviate your tight schedule, and saving on your commute means a little extra money for shopping! You begin to wonder who created this marvelous invention. Believe it or not, distance learning … Continued

  • The Benefits of Studying with Music

    Does Music Help You Study? With that highly detailed Biology exam just around the corner, you have been hitting the books with every spare second you have. During nightly, starlit studying sessions, you continuously trudge past midnight, and the hours multiply. What if there was a more beneficial practice rather than spending hours upon hours … Continued

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    Seminars and Finger Prints Hialeah Campus August 16th 2019

    August 16th 2019 Hialeah Campus CPR 9:00 am  – 11:20 am Hialeah Campus $25   OSHA- HIV 11:30 am  – 12:20 pm Hialeah Campus $25   Domestic Violence 12:30 pm – 1:20 pm Hialeah Campus $25   Prevention Medical Errors 2:00 pm  –  3:45 pm Hialeah Campus $35   Domestic Violence 4:00 pm  –  5:15 … Continued

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    How to Manage Stress When You Study and Work at the Same Time

    Getting a college education is a challenge all by itself. So when you add the responsibility of working a job while earning a degree, there’s naturally going to be an added level of stress. And while this is pretty common for students, there’s the challenge of dealing with that kind of stress in a way … Continued

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    Book Lovers Day

    National Book Lovers’ day is an unofficial holiday observed to encourage bibliophiles celebrate reading and literature, reading and learning! People are advised to put away their smartphones and every possible technological distraction and pick up a book or two, and read. Reading is a process, an ongoing activity. People say, there are not enough days … Continued

  • 5 Career Opportunities in the Respiratory Therapy Field

    5 Career Opportunities in the Respiratory Therapy Field

    Students considering a degree in respiratory therapy might be interested in the various career paths available with this degree. The field is becoming more specialized, and demand is growing for those professionals who have earned the National Certification-Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT), to earn other specialty certifications like neonatology, acute care, and pulmonary functions specialist. Career … Continued

  • 9 Techniques to Improve Your Study Habits

    11 Techniques to Improve Your Study Habits

    When it comes to developing good study habits, there is a method to all of the madness. The type of study habits that you’ve come to practice in high school may not work so well in college. However, you can certainly build on those practices to make your study habits more disciplined—because you’ll need to! … Continued

  • Coach Matt Stearsman


    HIALEAH, FL. – Citing family and personal reasons, Matt Stearsman resigns as the head men’s basketball coach at Florida National University. Coach Stearsman Resigns to be closer to his family. “I want to thank Coach Fernando Valenzuela and Dr. Maria Regueiro for the opportunity to start the Women’s Basketball Program at Florida National University from … Continued

  • Vaccine Image Medical Field


    National Immunization Month is in August. It is also the beginning of back-to-school preparations, and a good time to make sure your children are properly vaccinated before they head back to school. Shots, or vaccines, help prevent dangerous and sometimes deadly diseases. Vaccines are not just for kids – adults need to get vaccinated … Continued

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    Medical Assistant Degree Programs in Miami, Florida

    If you are considering a career as a medical assistant, Florida offers a great number of schools to choose from for application and enrollment with many accredited programs that will certify and teach you all the nuts and bolts. The Florida Society of Medical Assistants offers student memberships, encourages student involvement, and provides a listing … Continued

  • Medical Secretary Salary, Education, and Employment Opportunity in Florida

    Student Seminars + CPR for BSN

    August 16th 2019 Hialeah Campus CPR 9:00 am  – 11:20 am Hialeah Campus     $25   OSHA- HIV 11:30 am  – 12:20 pm Hialeah Campus $25   Domestic Violence 12:30 pm – 1:20 pm Hialeah Campus $25   Prevention Medical Errors 2:00 pm  –  3:45 pm Hialeah Campus $35   Domestic Violence 4:00 pm  –  … Continued

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