Tuesday, June 2, 2020
Looking to recruit advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) based in the Sunshine State, the new program will be mostly online with three campus visits. The program will take six semesters to complete 30 credit hours. 
From term limits for school board members, to the Florida Lottery, here's a look at those that made "the list."
Szymanski, the sixth president of the University of North Florida, will be inaugurated on Friday and plans to make a major gift announcement.  
Lawson expanded on how the Farm Bill helps land grant universities and HBCUs, noting how $400 million of the $867 billion included in the legislation will help students. 
Over the next two years, the funds will “help develop response and adaptation strategies to combat red tide" and “will study the economic impacts of the 2017-2019 Florida red tide outbreak on tourism, commercial fishing, and public health, among others” looking at 80 different economic sectors.
Rubio paired up with Senate Democrats Ed Marley of Massachusetts and Ron Wyden of Oregon on Wednesday to showcase the “Saudi Educational Transparency and Reform Act” which would make the State Department “report on religious intolerance in education materials and curriculums distributed by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia."
Last week, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., a member of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, brought back a proposal to have some organizations register as foreign agents. Rubio reintroduced the “Foreign Influence Transparency Act” which would require organizations, such...
This week, the Florida Department of Education launched a request for proposals (RFP) for the first phase of  $10 million in grants to establish new or expand existing apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship programs.
With K-12 schools closing across the country, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, which is based in Volusia County, announced on Tuesday that it is ramping free online course offerings on topics ranging from aeronautics and meteorology, to computer applications, history and more.
DeSantis pointed to statistics showing the 2018-19 graduation in Florida stood at 86.9 percent, up from 86.1 percent the year before. That’s almost 28 percent higher than 2003-04 and up 9 percent over the past five years.