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Florida Memorial University’s commemoration of a very special anniversary continues. In March, we acknowledged 145 Years: A Founders’ Day Journey: Honoring Our Legacy, Shaping Our Destiny. FMU has endured many challenges since 1879, but our legacy is built on steadfast dedication and the commitment to instill in our students what it means to be a...
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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Florida Memorial University is proud to announce Kevin Herod as the new head coach for the women’s basketball program. With a remarkable 17-year coaching career and a legacy of success, Herod is set to lead the South Florida based program to new heights. “I am deeply grateful for this opportunity,” said Herod. “I want to extend my heartfelt...
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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Florida Memorial University is excited to announce the appointment of David Martinez as the new head coach for the men’s soccer team. With over 14 years of experience in the sport, Martinez is poised to bring a wealth of knowledge and a fresh competitive spirit to the program. Martinez expressed his enthusiasm...
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YPSILANTI, Mich. – With a final score of 87.95, Florida Memorial had its best finish in program history, earning an eighth-place finish at the 2024 Nfinity NAIA Competitive Cheer National Championship hosted by the Ann Arbor Sports Commission. The 8th annual event concluded Saturday evening inside the George Gervin GameAbove Center on the campus of Eastern Michigan, with St....
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FMU’s Annual Health and Wellness Fair was another great event for students, faculty and staff. Information about mental, physical, and sexual health were available along the Clock Tower Pavilion. The Nathan Collier Library also served as a medical screening center. There were a variety of food and snack trucks, games, and raffles for students as...
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FMU’s second annual Writing with Pride Spoken Word Competition was a showcase of verbal intellect. Students with varying majors representing the Schools of Arts and Sciences, Business, Education and Social Sciences took to the mic inside the Nathan Collier Library on Tuesday. Each poem was judged on originality, creativity, impact, and delivery. Here are the...
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Under the leadership of FMU’s President, Dr. Jaffus Hardrick, the ROAR Marching Band received some exciting news! Thanks to Dr. Hardrick’s decades long friendship with philanthropist and dedicated supporter of the arts, Rose Ellen Greene, the university received a $170,000 donation. Ms. Greene has had a life-long commitment to the arts and education, and stated...
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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. | Florida Memorial University announces the hiring of Nancy Sikobe as head volleyball coach. The former Kenyan volleyball national team captain brings over 14 years of leadership experience to Miami Gardens, including playing at the highest level as well as coaching multiple teams to conference championship games at various HBCUs. “I’ve been following...
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BRUNSWICK, Ga. | No. 17 Florida Memorial returned to the win column as they completed the season sweep with a 67-61 victory over Coastal Georgia. The win catapults FMU to 19 overall wins for the year. FMU was led by power forward Felix Uadiale who finished with a game-high 21 points on a perfect 8-of-8 shots from the...
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Opportunity for FMU Students to attend the ISACA South Florida 17th Annual WOW Conference! The cost of the conference is $200, but students can attend at a discounted rate of $25.00. Each year, the South Florida Chapter of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association, now in its 45th year, extends eight scholarships to students...
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