Enrollment for Fall 2014 consisted of 54,099 students 45,359 undergraduates and 7,814 graduate students including students enrolled in professional programs Women accounted for 56.2% of student enrollment and minorities made up 88% of total enrollment Enrollment included students from all 50 U.S states and more than 119 countries the most popular College by enrollment is the College of Arts and Sciences the freshman retention rate for 2009 was 83% the fall 2011 incoming freshman class had an average 3.7 GPA 1139 SAT score and a 25 ACT score, Recent history Another major economic engine in Florida is the United States military There are 24 military bases in the state housing three Unified Combatant Commands; United States Central Command in Tampa United States Southern Command in Doral and United States Special Operations Command in Tampa Some 109,390 U.S military personnel stationed in Florida contributing directly and indirectly $52 billion a year to the state's economy, Cross-national cooperation and agreements have increased. Superintendent of schools Technological improvements bring many benefits but some disadvantages as well Some of these risks include "lack of security in electronic transactions the cost of developing new technology .. the fact that this new technology may fail and when all of these are coupled with the outdated existing technology [the fact that] the result may create a dangerous effect in doing business in the international arena.". Barry College was founded as a women's college by a pair of siblings: Rev Patrick Barry Bishop of St Augustine and his sister Rev Mother Mary Gerald Barry OP then prioress of the Adrian Dominican Sisters the construction of what was then the Barry College for Women began in 1940 in what had previously been "a tract of tropical vegetation." the empty lot was soon transformed into the main campus in Miami Shores FL the original campus consisted of five buildings Mother Barry served as president from 1940-1961. Central Baptist Church (Built in 1925), Tamarac Cuban refugees arriving in crowded boats during the Mariel Boatlift crisis, Operations Opa-locka Miami Jewelry District One of the first scholars to engage in developing a theory of multinational companies was Canadian economist Stephen Hymer Throughout his academic life he developed theories that sought to explain foreign direct investment (FDI) and why firms become multinational. 6 Mount Sinai Medical Center 3,321 4.1 Salinity 7.2 Old World 2009 Census projections indicate that the area's residential base has increased from 40,000 to 71,000 since 2000 with an expected Downtown population of 85,000 by 2014 as of 2006 189,164 residents live in the immediate Downtown/Brickell area; . Faculty of the PhD program in social welfare rank 4th in the United States in their scholarly accomplishment according to Academic Analytics FIU faculty were the only social work faculty in Florida to rank in the Top 10 (December 2007). !
Pensacola 16/6 18/8 21/11 24/14 29/19 32/22 32/23 32/23 31/21 27/16 21/10 17/7 1940s to 1970s The Battle of Olustee during the American Civil War 1864! . College of Business Complex 2008 College of Architecture and the Arts Barry University (private) 2.4 Park West Geography Masters Doctorate. Florida contains the highest percentage of people over 65 (17%) There were 186,102 military retirees living in the state in 2008 About two-thirds of the population was born in another state the second highest in the U.S. Miami experienced a very rapid growth up to World War II in 1900 1,681 people lived in Miami Florida; in 1910 there were 5,471 people; and in 1920 there were 29,549 people as thousands of people moved to the area in the early 20th century the need for more land quickly became apparent Until then the Florida Everglades only extended to three miles (5 km) west of Biscayne Bay Beginning in 1906 canals were made to remove some of the water from those lands Miami Beach was developed in 1913 when a two-mile (3 km) wooden bridge built by John Collins was completed During the early 1920s the authorities of Miami allowed gambling and were very lax in regulating prohibition so thousands of people migrated from the northern United States to the Miami region This caused the Florida land boom of the 1920s when many high-rise buildings were built Some early developments were razed after their initial construction to make way for larger buildings the population of Miami doubled from 1920 to 1923 the nearby areas of Lemon City Coconut Grove and Allapattah were annexed in the fall of 1925 creating the Greater Miami area, Growth as a global city The conduct of international operations depends on a company's objectives and the means with which they carry them out the operations affect and are affected by the physical and societal factors and the competitive environment. The county is home to 34 incorporated cities and many unincorporated areas the northern central and eastern portions of the county are heavily urbanized with many high-rise buildings along the coastline including South Florida's central business district Downtown Miami Southern Miami-Dade County includes the Redland and Homestead areas which make up the agricultural economy of the region Agricultural Redland makes up roughly one third of Miami-Dade County's inhabited land area and is sparsely populated a stark contrast to the densely populated urban northern portion of the county, Miami Florida Business directory, South Florida Punk and Hardcore Special features.