• Florida National University Celebrates Radiology Week: November 4 – 8, 2013

    On November 8, 1895, Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, a German physicist, produced and detected electromagnetic radiations and named them X-Ray (X standing for unknown). By accident, he discovered the possibility of using this electromagnetic radiation to create images. This achievement made Röntgen commendable for the first Nobel Prize in Physics in 1901. This discovery made it … Continued

  • Library Leadership in a Digital Age

    Earlier this year in March, I had the opportunity to attend the Library Leadership in a Digital Age institute, sponsored by the Harvard Graduate School of Education, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This institute, which included about 100 participants from across the United States and around the world truly offered participants much insight into this fascinating and … Continued

  • Motivation: A Big Challenger

    “We can teach the way we were taught, or we can teach the way people learn.” – Sierra Training     Motivation: A Big Challenger by Professor Ruben A. Saavedra Motivation is one of the key factors that empowers or inhibits students to engage in or disassociate from the learning process.  We, as higher education … Continued

  • Dr. Kelly Krenkel named as Director of Florida National University’s Physical Therapist Assistant Program

    Florida National University (FNU) is proud to announce a new addition to its family. Dr Kelly Krenkel will be joining FNU as its Physical Therapist Assistant Program Director.  Dr. Krenkel’s role with FNU will satisfy CAPTE’s requirements so that FNU will be able to earn its Physical Therapist Assistant program accreditation. She aspires to build … Continued

  • Prof. Saavedra Invites Colombian MBA Candidates to Study at Florida National University

    When I first started working at FNU, I did not know anybody. I only knew about the University’s reputation for offering quality education; but in the blink of an eye, I found myself surrounded by a friendly faculty and a very resourceful staff. Simple words –that are rare these days- such as ‘Good Morning,’ ‘How … Continued