• Florida National University Attends United Cerebral Palsy Luncheon

    On Friday, March 15, 2013, Florida National University’s (FNU) Allied Health Division Head, Dr. Loreto Almonte, and Respiratory Therapy Program Director, Mr. Jose Lammoglia, attended a luncheon to raise awareness for Cerebral Palsy. The invitation to the luncheon was extended to FNU by Ms. Carol Montiel, RN, MS Director of Golden Glades Facility for Cerebral Palsy.   The “Chef’s Table” luncheon which was held in the kitchen of the Hyatt... Read More
  • Opportunities in the Growing Allied Health Field

    For the past several years, the rapid growth of the healthcare profession has been making headlines. From the shortage in nurses, the need for more physicians, and it being the number one recession-proof field – everyone seems to be talking about healthcare. The healthcare need is growing larger as the US population continues to live longer; including the large population increase of the baby boomers. While nurses and doctors grab... Read More
  • Florida National University’s Library Resources

    A classic college scene for many involves students, being surrounded by piles of books, and studying in the campus library. A haven for researchers, the library is almost a holy space on campus - filled with information and knowledge. However, the modern library looks very different. Filled with technology, Internet access, and almost limitless information, the collegiate libraries of today are the heart of a university. Florida National University Florida... Read More
  • A Guide to Spring Break: In Miami and Under 21

    The yearly collegiate tradition of Spring Break is almost upon us. Co-eds are packing bathing suits and sun block, preparing to lie in the sun on a beach in Florida, Texas, or Mexico. Seeking a release from the pressures of school, students want to escape to a week long party fueled by fun, alcohol, and wild nights.   Spring Break towns have every reason to welcome students – it is... Read More
  • Dr. A. Omar Vento donates the book “Apuntes para una Historia de Pinar del Rio” to Florida National University

      [caption id="attachment_8460" align="alignleft" width="300"] FNU Library Director Mr. Patrick Byrnes receives "Apuntes para una Historia de Pinar del Rio" from Dr. A. Omar Vento[/caption]   On February 20th, 2013, Dr. A. Omar Vento, a noted Miami gastroenterologist, visited Florida National University's Hialeah Campus library. During this visit, Dr. Vento met with Hialeah Campus Dean Jorge Alfonso and Library Director Patrick Byrnes. Dr. Vento was given a tour of the... Read More
  • A Career in Health Services Administration

    The America College of Healthcare Executives’ publication Brief History of Healthcare Management calls healthcare management a “hidden career,” a job that is rarely recognized. Doctors, nurses, and technicians are easily identified as part of the healthcare system, but it is not often that one considers the management structure required to run such a large and complicated business.   What is a Health Services Administrator? Health services administrators are the management... Read More
  • Florida National University Joins the Lambda Nu Zeta National Honor Society

    The Florida Chapter of the Lambda Nu Zeta National Honor Society for the Radiologic and Imaging Sciences held an Information Session at Florida National University’s Hialeah Campus on Thursday February 7, 2013 at 5:00 pm. The session was held for all students who qualify to participate in this prestigious organization. The honor society is an organization that has 133 chapters in over 42 states has now found a new home... Read More
  • Orlando Rivero, D.B.A. – A Florida National University Success Story

    [caption id="attachment_7624" align="alignleft" width="214"] Orlando Rivero, D.B.A. an FNU Graduate[/caption]                         Florida National University recently caught up with Orlando Rivero, D.B.A. a Class of ’89 graduate. He was kind enough to take some time away from his busy schedule to participate in a brief question and answer session. Where were you born? I was born in Miami, Florida, and... Read More
  • 9/11 GI Bill Tuition and Fee Benefit Increases

    In July of 2008 the Post-9/11 GI Bill was signed into law, creating a new robust education benefits program rivaling the WWII Era GI Bill of Rights. The new Post 9/11 GI Bill provides education benefits for servicemembers who have served on active duty for 90 or more days since Sept. 10, 2001. These benefits are tiered based on the number of days served on active duty, creating a benefit... Read More
  • Calculate a Profitable Future with FNU

    The choice to invest in ones education is never an easy one. Questions about the profitability of the investment and if one’s schedule and current commitments would even allow such a substantial endeavor keep many from achieving their ambitions and potential.   Florida National University (FNU) understands the obstacles of higher education and is a leader in the educational community in clearing the path to their student’s ambitions. The availability... Read More