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    The Role of Forensic Psychology in Criminal Justice

    At the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, film critics and audiences were visibly excited about a particular screening that had been closely followed by forensic psychologists. “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile,” starring Zac Efron, is an American movie based on biographical facts about Ted Bundy, a serial killer who stood trial in Miami and was … Continued

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    Library Equals A Stronger Community

    This past Friday, the President of American Library Association visited Miami-Dade County, the North Miami Library. Her name is Loida Garcia Febo. Loida Garcia-Fego is a Puerto Rican American Librarian. Garcia-Febo is the President of Information New Wave, an international charity seeking to enhance the education of minority groups in the USA and in developing … Continued

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    Choosing the Best Dental Lab Tech School in South Florida

    Of all the healthcare occupations in the United States, one of the most overlooked does not involve direct patient contact and is generally more accessible in terms of cost and curriculum. If expensive student loans and heavy course loads are not within your plans, enrolling in a dental lab technician program can be a smart … Continued

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    Meant to Last Together Book Signing

    We at Florida National University are happy to announce that we will be hosting a book signing for Dr. Maritza Montano’s new book titled “Meant to Last Together” on February 11th from 7-8:00pm. The event will take place at our library which is located on the second floor of our Dr. Jose Regueiro Building. “Meant … Continued

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    Psychology Misconceptions: What to Know Before Pursuing a Degree

    People’s view on psychology as a field is invariably riddled with misconceptions. One of the most ingrained misperceptions is the fear that psychology will force the subject to take on beliefs they don’t want to. This view is so prevalent that for professor and head of the psychology department at Florida National University, Dr. José … Continued

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    Networking in College: Top 8 Simple Tips and Tricks

    One of the most important times to network and socialize with like-minded peers is during your time at university. It is not dissimilar to making friends, however, if done at random you may not be setting yourself up for amazing opportunities after you graduate. The strongest network is made up of genuine connections. While attending … Continued

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    FLORIDA NATIONAL UNIVERSITY MEN AND WOMEN’S TENNIS TEAM LOSES TO SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY

      FLORIDA NATIONAL UNIVERSITY MEN AND WOMEN’S TENNIS TEAM  LOSES TO SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Hialeah, Fla. – Conquistadors men’s tennis start off losing the doubles 2-1 and Singles and 4-2 in Singles. Conquistadors women’s tennis got 0-8 loss in the second home game of the season. MEN’S RECAP – Florida National University  8-1 Warner University DOUBLE’S (FNU … Continued

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    Regaining a Conversation

    Recently, we got together with Mr. Oscar Perez, and we joined the efforts to invite ESL students to the University’s Library for a conversation. The initiative of “Conversational Hour in the Library” is a continuation of efforts to bring diversity population to the Library to learn and study, and for recreational purpose. In today’s world, … Continued

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    Best X-Ray Tech Program in South Florida

    The medical industry is massive. Even if you were to narrow the locations down to the South Florida area, finding the right X-Ray Technician program can turn into an extensive search. If you’re looking for an excellent X-Ray Technician program in the South Florida area, Florida National University (FNU) can offer a few suggestions along … Continued

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    Remembering Jose Marti

    José Marti’s full name is José Julián Marti Pérez. He was born on January 28, 1853. He passed away on May 19, 1895. Jose Marti was a Cuban poet, essayist, journalist, translator, professor, and publisher, who is considered a national hero and an important figure in Latin American literature. He was educated at Complutense University … Continued

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    Top 6 Jobs You Can Get With a Legal Studies Degree

    There’s an assumption that a legal studies degree is only necessary if you want to become a lawyer. On the contrary, there’s so much more that you can do with a legal studies degree. While studying to become a lawyer will require further your education beyond a baccalaureate, there are plenty of occupations that you … 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 number of schools to choose from, including many accredited programs. The Florida Society of Medical Assistants offers student memberships, encourages student involvement, and provides a listing of accredited programs. In addition, the American Association of Medical Assistants provides a wealth of information … Continued

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    FNU MEN AND WOMEN’S TENNIS PLAYED WARNER UNIVERSITY IN HISTORICAL HOME OPENER

    FLORIDA NATIONAL UNIVERSITY MEN AND WOMEN’S TENNIS TEAM  PLAYED THE  FIRST EVER TENNIS GAME IN FNU HISTORY. Hialeah, Fla. – Conquistadors men’s tennis start off on the right foot taking 6-0 in Singles and 2-1 in Doubles. Conquistadors women’s tennis stumbles out of the gate with a 1-8 loss in the first home game in 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 in fact much more serious than just day-to-day stress. If you feel you … Continued

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    “Be a Student of Life” Mr. Louis J. Celli’s FNU Keynote Speech

    Graduation like many other achievements in one’s life is a benchmark that graduates and family members alike keep and reflect on as they progress onwards in life. Those sentiments are never more apparent than in the words spoken by keynote speaker Mr. Louis J. Celli. We at Florida National University had the great pleasure of having … Continued

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