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  • Boca resident keeps busy with family, career, philanthropy

    Boca resident keeps busy with family, career, philanthropy
    Karen Benrubi has a full plate. In addition to totally transforming her career and raising two children, the Boca Raton resident is actively involved with several charities. Benrubi was raised in Hollywood and attended Nova High School before heading to...
  • FAU Tech Runway expects to survive state funding loss

    FAU Tech Runway expects to survive state funding loss
    Florida Atlantic University's Tech Runway entrepreneurial program expects to be able to continue operating, even after the loss of $1 million in funding requested for fiscal 2015. Tech Runway, a year old with one of its first startups launching this...
  • Cancer patients could get cutting-edge treatments through new clinical trial

    Cancer patients could get cutting-edge treatments through new clinical trial
    South Floridians with cancer could receive promising new treatments, literally custom-designed for them, through a new study coming to the University of Miami. Researchers next month will start enrolling patients in the National Cancer Institute's...
  • Marine Industry a vital part of South Florida economy, life

    The resurgence of South Florida's marine industry is not only due to the geographic superiority of this region, but also our talent pool of quality craftspeople. In order to remain competitive with other emerging popular marine destinations, we must...
  • Improved academics may mean $15 million for FAU

    Florida Atlantic University could receive a $15 million windfall because of better academic performance. A committee of the State University System's Board of Governors agreed Wednesday to restore $3.5 million that FAU lost last year, in addition to...
  • FAU committed to healthy communities

    FAU committed to healthy communities
    In four short years, we have witnessed Florida Atlantic University's Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine evolve into a thriving center of academic and research excellence. We recently were notified by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education that our...
  • Victims' families share stories to stress road safety

    Victims' families share stories to stress road safety
    Even though Rep. Irv Slosberg's recent bill in the Florida legislature making texting while driving a primary offense did not pass, his foundation, The Dori Slosberg Foundation (Dori Saves Lives), has had many successes in passing legislation on traffic...
  • Mark Bogen, commissioner, Broward County

    Mark Bogen, commissioner, Broward County
    Mark Bogen has been practicing law for 30 years and is licensed to practice law in the State of Florida and Illinois.  As the managing partner of the Bogen Law Group, Mark has focused his law practice to the representation of condominium and homeowner...
  • Broward-Nesher bond strengthened with mayor's visit

    Broward-Nesher bond strengthened with mayor's visit
    Mayor Avi Binamo of Nesher, Israel spent a few days recently meeting with leaders and staff of the Jewish Federation of Broward County in celebrating the 10th anniversary of the partnership of Federation with the city of Nesher. "I am here with my...
  • FAU medical school earns full accreditation

    FAU medical school earns full accreditation
    Florida Atlantic University now has a fully accredited medical school. The university's Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine was notified this month that it received full accreditation from the committee which sets the national standards for medical...
  • K-12 students gain in Florida's budget plan

    K-12 students gain in Florida's budget plan
    Funding for K-12 students would go up but students in preK and college could see funding cut back. The almost $80 billion state budget plan released Tuesday by the Florida Legislature would increase funding for K-12 students, but South Florida...