• Nuestra Filosofía de la Educación: ¿Qué Piensa usted?

    Publicado por fncstudentservices on June 6, 2008 ¿Cuándo fue la última vez que usted examinó con detenimiento el Catálogo de Florida National University? ¿Llevó una copia a la playa el verano pasado? ¿Leyó una copia descansando frente al fuego de la chimenea en sus ultimas vacaciones? Probablemente no. Tenemos que reconocerlo, el catálogo de la…

  • Free Community Event: Center for Hemispheric Policy

    The Center for Hemispheric Policy will host an event in honor of: Thomas A. Shannon, Jr. Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs U.S. Department of State Tuesday, June 10, 2008  8:00 – 8:15 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast  8:15 – 9:45 a.m. Speaker’s Remarks and Q & A Hyatt Regency Coral Gables Salon…

  • FNU Blog Ya Es Bilingue!

    Publicado el 3 de junio de 2008 por la Oficina de Servicios  Estudiantiles (OSE) de FNU   La Oficina de Servicios Estudiantiles (OSE) esta conciente de que en Florida National University existe una comunidad diversa. En nuestro deseo de llegar a nuestra numerosa poblacion de estudiantes de ESL de habla hispana, procuraremos publicar en nuestro…

  • FNU Blog Goes Bilingual

    The Office of Student Services recognizes that Florida National University is a diverse community. In an effort to include our numerous Spanish speaking ESL students, we will attempt to post twice a day. The second post will be a Spanish translation of the first. Translating from one language to another can be a tough job, so special thanks…

  • FNU Job Fair Today!

    The Hialeah Campus is hosting a job fair for all active students and alumni from 12:00 noon to 3:00pm, May 29th, 2008. Wear your student ID, bring your resume and dress for success! Companies attending: Miami-Dade County Police Community Blood Centers of South Florida AT&T Broward Sheriff’s Office Fed-EX Waste Management Target Bank Atlantic Fountaineblue…

  • A Blog is Born

    According the weblog tracker Technocrati, 120,000 new blogs are started everyday–that’s 1.4 blogs per second! In fact, chances are you or someone you know may be a regular blogger. With the evolution of online social networks and distance learning programs, the internet is no longer a tool, but a community. Here at Florida National University, the…