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Continue your studies at AU-Miami in preparation for helping to rebuild Puerto Rico

"Albizu University recognizes that Hurricane Maria has disrupted the higher education of many individuals in Puerto Rico. We welcome any students in good standing at their colleges or universities who wish to proceed with their education on our Miami campus. We will work with them to develop individualized plans that will enable them to continue their studies in preparation for returning to Puerto Rico to help rebuild the nation. For more information, please contact Liliana Laguna, Director of Admissions, at 305-593-1223, ext. 3199, or at llaguna@albizu.edu."
Wednesday, November 22, 2017/Author: Carlos Perez/Number of views (65)/Comments (0)


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Hurricane Irma Update

Hurricane Irma Update

Dear AU-Miami community,

I hope this message finds you all doing well and that hurricane Irma did not cause much personal or material damage to you or your family.                            

We have completed our preliminary inspection of our facilities. The building's structure appears to be intact. However, the campus remains without electricity. We are working with local authorities to resume the electric service as soon as possible. Once this is done, we will be able to complete the inspection and announce our re-opening day, which we anticipate to be either Wednesday or Thursday of this week.

You should expect to receive an update tomorrow through our Facebook page and our website.  

Until then, get your personal issues in order and help your neighbors.

All the best,

Etiony Aldarondo, Ph.D.

Provost

Albizu University

Miami Campus

 

Tuesday, September 12, 2017/Author: Carlos Perez/Number of views (1279)/Comments (0)

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Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma

Notice!

 

Notice:
Dear AU students,

I hope this message finds you well. After reviewing the latest information on the projected path of hurricane Irma we have decided to close the campus for classes and all other academic events tomorrow Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. We look forward to regrouping and moving on with the academic semester after the storm has passed.

We encourage you to take prudent steps to ensure your own personal preparedness and safety. We also encourage you to lookout for your fellow classmates. Moments like this challenge us to make the well-being and safety of others equally important to our own. Please reach out to your fellow classmates to make sure they know about the storm and are taking steps to protect themselves. If they waver or seem unsure as to what to do ask them if they need help. They will be grateful and we will all be a better community for it.

I will be sending additional communications tomorrow and in the days to come. Please check your emails, Facebook, and website periodically for updates.

All the best,

Etiony Aldarondo, Ph.D.
Provost
Albizu University – Miami Campus

Tuesday, September 5, 2017/Author: Carlos Perez/Number of views (1249)/Comments (0)

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AU-Miami Hosts Interactive Science Day for Middle Schoolers

AU-Miami Hosts Interactive Science Day for Middle Schoolers

Students and faculty from the undergraduate and education programs at Albizu University, Miami Campus, hosted interactive science experiences for 85 Westminster Academy (WA), Fort Lauderdale, middle schoolers on March 29, 2017.
Thursday, April 6, 2017/Author: Carlos Perez/Number of views (2003)/Comments (0)


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2nd Annual South Florida Student Research Symposium at Albizu University – Miami Campus

2nd Annual South Florida Student Research Symposium at Albizu University – Miami Campus

This past March, the Institutional Center for Scientific Research–Miami Campus hosted its 2ndAnnual South Florida Student Research Symposium at Albizu University, which was by all measures, a success. Program highlights included three invited presentations on cross-cutting and cutting-edge research topics, as well as two student poster sessions, which featured 38 research posters from undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral students.
Wednesday, April 5, 2017/Author: Carlos Perez/Number of views (2653)/Comments (0)


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