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Studying at Sea

Studying at sea: A life full of experiences can give a person the tools and resources to face daily situations with better response capacity, but few will inspire you as much as travel. Earlier this summer, I had the opportunity to participate in a study abroad program called “Business at Sea,” aboard a transatlantic cruise on Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas. Read more.


FIU professors receive Doctoral degrees together, shared encouragement and support.

FIU professors receive Doctoral degrees together, shared encouragement and support: There isn’t much that College of Business professors Louis Melbourne and Donald Roomes haven’t shared. They each have two curriculums, the one they taught and the one they took; and two sets of deadlines, the ones they assigned and those assigned to them. Read more.


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FIU ENACTUS Student, Estela Lewin, is inspired during her Study Abroad Trip to Thailand.


Donald Roomes and Dr. Deanne Butchey lead students at FIU ENACTUS 2013 competition.


Budding Bizz with Dr. David Wernick: Natural Sins.


FIU College of Business faculty member Seema Pissaris, urged students in several of her classes to think about developing a social entrepreneurship project. FIU students Maria Pia Celestino, Viurniel Sanchez, Jesus Amundarain and Esam Mashni came forward and started working with Pissaris on a technology that had the potential to help people and turn a profit. The Eyetalk concept, initially conceived for a student competition in social entrepreneurship, has been hailed by venture investors as a potentially breakthrough product that could make a difference for disabled people worldwide. It was recognized as one of 12 semi-finalists in the FIU Track of the Miami Herald Business Plan Challenge.


Dr. Constance Bates travels to Nicaragua for a socioeconomic Spring Break trip a with International Business Honors Society students.

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