Our next MetroForum is set for Wednesday, April 30 and we're going to tackle The Health Care Horizon! More details are coming soon.
As a part of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI)launched by President Obama in 2010, FIU will be hosting 25 young fellows from sub-Saharan nations this summer. The Metropolitan Center was tasked with developing the public management curriculum for those fellows.
The official newsletter of the Metropolitan Center, The Metro, is now available. The first issue of 2014 is filled with events, projects, and training programs from the past year. Take a look at what we've been up to!
After the 2013 Transportation Summit, the Metropolitan Center produced a report of proceedings for CITT and the public-at-large. The purpose of the report is to encourage further discussion of the main themes discussed during the event. It incorporates all material from the event, including notes, presentations, audio recordings, and session summaries along with references to particular documents that may add context and background.
The 3rd Annual "State of the South Florida Economy" MetroForum is set for Wednesday, December 4th. We have a great lineup of speakers and topics. Don't miss out!
Ms. Johnson co-authored a Research Notes publication on the impact of real estate investors on local buyers.
Dr. Murray presented at the Florida APA Conference in Orlando, FL on September 12, 2013.
Dr. Murray will be presenting at the APA Florida Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida in September. He will be participating on the panel, "Building on a Community's Soul - Working with Community Foundations to Create Better Places".
On November 14, 2012 the Metropolitan Center hosted its quarterly Metro Forum breakfast. The event was held at the FIU Pines Center from 8:30 to 12:30. Guest speakers included a City Manager, practitioners and a representative from the financial sector: Bill Underwood, Carolyn Cervantti, Renee Crichton, Dr. Ned Murray and Patricia Algaze.