Contributing empty ink and toner cartridges to be “re-used” (remanufactured) instead of simply “recycled” (de-manufactured) helps to save energy, reduce air and water pollution, and conserves natural resources.
Faculty, staff, students and other visitors to the medical campus who use the NW 17th Avenue exit from eastbound State Road 836 will be rerouted beginning this week to a new temporary exit ramp. Starting Thursday morning, September 19, eastbound drivers on State Road 836 who use the NW 17th Avenue exit will need to remain in the right high-speed SunPass lane and travel under the overhead toll structure before veering right to
On February 25, Miller School facilities and engineering staff showed off the state-of-the-art Central Energy Plant to about 100 utilities experts who were in Miami for the 24th IDEA Campus Energy Conference.
Just before 5 p.m. on Wednesday, members of the Miller School family gathered on the Schoninger Research Quadrangle and bowed their heads for 35 seconds of silence to remember the 300,000 people killed in Haiti’s cataclysmic earthquake exactly a year earlier. “Think of it,’’ Dean Pascal J. Goldschmidt, M.D., said before he began the somber reflection. “The earthquake lasted about 35 seconds.”
On Wednesday, a year to the day since Haiti’s devastating earthquake refocused their lives, the Miller School’s Enrique Ginzburg, M.D., and Gillian Hotz, Ph.D., will meet in Port-au-Prince with leaders from the American College of Surgeons international program and other universities to coordinate the education and training of critical care health professionals for the hemisphere’s most beleaguered nation.