On Friday, February 14, Dr. Jaffus Hardrick, hosted a group of 147 attendees, who are members of the Beacon Council, along with airline executives and aviation personnel from Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. Panelists represented local, national and international airlines. As a recent appointee to the Beacon Council’s Executive Committee for Aviation, Dr. Hardrick anticipates this meeting was groundbreaking for FMU.
What is the coronavirus? The novel coronavirus is a new coronavirus that has not been previously identified. The virus causing coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), is not that same as the coronaviruses that commonly circulate among humans and cause mild illness, like the common cold. What are the symptoms? Some common symptoms that have been specifically linked to the 2019 coronavirus include: Shortness of breath A cough that gets more severe as time passes A low-grade fever (common colds do not have fevers) The full list of symptoms are still being investigated. How can we prevent catching it? Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with
The scholarship is open to all undergraduate students who are US citizens. Students must have a 2.0 GPA or better. The book scholarship will cover the book for one semester. Students from Opa-Locka, Florida will have first priority to the scholarship. Students from Florida will be given the next priority. Please complete all information.
On Wednesday, January 29, 2020, WPBT’s Your South Florida featured Dr. Preston Jones, Dean of FMU’s School of Business. The segment focuses on black entrepreneurship and business in South Florida. The program will center around a study published in the New York Times titled “Being Black in Corporate America,” which outlines the scarcity of diversity and inclusivity in the workforce as well as the lack of black professionals in executive positions.
(Miami Gardens, Fla.) August 29, 2019--Florida Memorial University (FMU), the only historically Black university in South Florida, recently appointed longtime educator and bandleader Richard Beckford as director of University Bands. Beckford currently serves as band director at Miami Carol City Senior High School, his high school alma mater.