"National Summer Transportation Institute Program" -An Article for the University of Miami College of Engineering

"National Summer Transportation Institute Program" -An Article for the University of Miami College of Engineering

By TBD | 04/28/17

The College of Engineering hosts an innovative summer program to encourage women and minority high school students to pursue higher education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. The College of Engineering is proud to have hosted U.S.

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"Examining the Startup Nation"- An Entrepreneurship Article for Business Miami

"Examining the Startup Nation"- An Entrepreneurship Article for Business Miami

By Doreen Hemlock

A small country (the size of New Jersey) with 8.5 million people (fewer than New York City), Israel has the second-highest concentration of startups worldwide, after California’s Silicon Valley. It has more companies on the NASDAQ exchange than Japan, South Korea and India combined – a total of 93.

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"Alex Rodriguez Courtyard Dedicated, Honoring All-Star’s $500,000 Donation" - A Business Article for the University of Miami

"Alex Rodriguez Courtyard Dedicated, Honoring All-Star’s $500,000 Donation" - A Business Article for the University of Miami

By Lauren Comander | 02/23/17

Standing under a green and orange balloon arch, Alex Rodriguez talked about his lifelong love of the University of Miami that took hold during those Ron Fraser-era baseball games. “It made a huge impact on my life,” he said.

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"Cracking Compliance"- Compliance Theory for Health and Financial Industries for Business Miami

"Cracking Compliance"- Compliance Theory for Health and Financial Industries for Business Miami

By Lauren Comander

For the third year in a row, about a dozen undergraduate students gained valuable knowledge and experience in a growing field through the School’s Compliance Boot Camp. Ranging from freshmen to seniors, they each returned to campus a week early from winter break to study the basic concepts of compliance theory and practice in the health care and financial industries. They learned from business law faculty members Anita Cava and Mark Shapiro, as well as professionals in the field, then applied the information in developing case presentations on real-life compliance failures. The Boot Camp has proven so valuable that Shapiro is offering a new undergraduate business law course, The Art and Science of Compliance, this fall.

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"Anuj Mehrotra Steps In To Lead School As Dean Search Gets Underway" University of Miami Faculty Profile for Business Miami

"Anuj Mehrotra Steps In To Lead School As Dean Search Gets Underway" University of Miami Faculty Profile for Business Miami

By Rochelle Broder-Singer

Anuj Mehrotra will serve as interim dean of the School of Business while the University conducts a search for a permanent dean following the departure of Eugene Anderson. He stepped down after his five-year term ended this summer.

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"New Scholarship Funding"- An Educational Funding Article for Business Miami

"New Scholarship Funding"- An Educational Funding Article for Business Miami

By Rochelle Broder-Singer

A UNIQUE, recently endowed scholarship will offer new opportunities to students who wish to study international business, while helping increase the School’s diversity. Angel and Margie Gallinal created the Gallinal Family Endowed Scholarship, which will assist undergraduate School of Business students who are first-generation citizens and members of underrepresented minority groups. The students must plan to study international business.

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"The Piechoski Family Endowed Graduate Engineering Fellowship Fund"- An Engineering Article for the University of Miami

"The Piechoski Family Endowed Graduate Engineering Fellowship Fund"- An Engineering Article for the University of Miami

By TBD | 07/31/17 

In 1972, when Michael J. “Pete” Piechoski (BBA ’76) was applying to colleges, “University of Miami was really the only school that gave me a shot,” he said. “I didn’t know how lucky I was then. Because if I could do it all over again, UM is exactly where I’d want to be.”

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"The College of Engineering Scholarship Fund Turns a Dream into a Reality"- An Engineering Article for the University of Miami

"The College of Engineering Scholarship Fund Turns a Dream into a Reality"- An Engineering Article for the University of Miami

By Nancy Abramson | 10/31/17 

As a young girl growing up in Venezuela, neither the University of Miami nor an engineering degree was on the radar for Maria Villasmil (BSIE ’16). But in 2005, the Villasmil family moved to Miami. It was the perfect place for the family to settle, enabling them to hold onto their Venezuelan roots while enjoying Miami’s diversity of cultures.

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"Giving From a Deep Well of UM Pride" - An Engineering Article for the University of Miami

"Giving From a Deep Well of UM Pride" - An Engineering Article for the University of Miami

By Rochelle Broder-Singer | 09/25/17 

Hurricane pride runs deep in the Milton family. Three brothers, one of the brother’s wives and two of their sons are all UM graduates – and all attribute their career successes to their UM educations. Husband and wife Cecil J.

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"Creating a New School"- An Alumni Article for Business Miami

"Creating a New School"- An Alumni Article for Business Miami

By Rochelle Broder-Singer 

In 2012, when he became president of the Latin Builders Association (LBA), the largest Hispanic construction and real estate association in the United States, Bernie Navarro had a mission for the industry organization: have a lasting impact on South Florida. Navarro is CEO of Benworth Capital Partners, one of South Florida’s largest private mortgage lenders, and is a member of the School’s Real Estate Advisory Board. He envisioned a charter high school run and supported by the LBA. Within months, the LBA Construction and Business Management Academy was a reality. This is the first business charter school started by a business association, such as the LBA, in the US.

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"Meet Michael Bowermaster ’21"- Student Profile for the University of Miami

"Meet Michael Bowermaster ’21"- Student Profile for the University of Miami

By Nancy Abramson | 10/24/2017

For Michael Bowermaster ’21, a College of Engineering (CoE) biomedical engineering major, the journey to the CoE was not a long one. Born and raised in Miami, Michael has always had the University of Miami on his radar.

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"Meet Juliana Albarracin ’20"- Student Profile for University of Miami

"Meet Juliana Albarracin ’20"- Student Profile for University of Miami

By Nancy Abramson | 10/10/2017

As a junior at an all-girls high school, Juliana Albarracin participated in a field trip to the University of Miami, sponsored by the University’s Society of Women Engineers. Girls from high schools all over Miami-Dade who were interested in mathematics attended.

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"Graduation Story: Vikesh Patel" - Alumnus Profile for University of Miami

"Graduation Story: Vikesh Patel" - Alumnus Profile for University of Miami

By Rochelle Broder-Singer | 05/17/2017

Student Government, Greek Life and academics have all been important parts of University of Miami senior Vikesh Patel’s UM experience. He graduates this spring from the College of Engineering with a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering, along with a minor in Business Law.

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"Major Gift Supports Entrepreneurship, Promenade" - An article for Univeriversity of Miami School of Business

"Major Gift Supports Entrepreneurship, Promenade" - An article for Univeriversity of Miami School of Business

By Lauren Comander

Through a significant gift, the Finker-Frenkel Legacy Foundation created the Business Plan Competition Endowed fund, which will forever finance the annual University of Miami Business Plan Competition, hosted by the School of Business. The foundation’s gift also financed renovations of the School’s outdoor gathering and study space, which was dedicated Nov. 14 as the Finker-Frenkel Family Promenade.

Now in its 16th year, the Business Plan Competition awards nearly $50,000 in prize money annually to University of Miami students and alumni to help them launch or grow startup ventures.

Fall 2017 BusinessMiami magazine

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University of Miami - Conference Coverage

University of Miami - Conference Coverage

As publications consultant to the University of Miami School of Business from 2000-2018, Rochelle served as publisher and editor of the school's twice-a-year magazine for alumni, students, donors, faculty, staff and community. In addition, many conferences hosted by the UM School of Business were covered by Rochelle and the RB Editing team. Conference coverage spanned accross a variety of global business industries including Real Estate and Healthcare. 

Conference coverage articles and PDFs.

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BusinessMiami – A Magazine for the University of Miami School of Business

BusinessMiami – A Magazine for the University of Miami School of Business

As publications consultant to the University of Miami School of Business from 2000-2018, Rochelle ran the school's twice-a-year, 45,000+-circulation, magazine for alumni, students, donors, faculty, staff and community. Members of the RB Editing & Writing team wrote for the magazine, copyedited it, assisted as managing editors and more.

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"Keep Your Gift Wrapping Under Wraps" – Short Research Story for University of Miami School of Business

"Keep Your Gift Wrapping Under Wraps" – Short Research Story for University of Miami School of Business

By Lauren Comander

If you’re feeling pressure to step up your gift wrapping as the holidays near, then wrap your mind around findings by Uzma Khan, associate professor of marketing at the School. Drop the bows and the carefully crafted corners and keep things simple, she says, or you’ll be setting the gift recipient up for disappointment. 

Fall 2017 BusinessMiami magazine

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"Dressed Success" – Alumni Profile for the University of Miami School of Business

"Dressed Success" – Alumni Profile for the University of Miami School of Business

By Rochelle Broder-Singer

“If you’re going to have a successful business today, you have to make it successful,” says Stephen Stern, COO of Lord Daniel Sportswear, an apparel company based in Sunrise, Fla. As the company celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, Stern believes one of the keys to its success has been focusing on a niche group of older customers who are often ignored. …

Spring 2014 BusinessMiami magazine

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Raider Review Newsletter for Gulliver School

Raider Review Newsletter for Gulliver School

This K-12 independent school wanted to move from a quarterly PDF newsletter to a monthly HTML email. We designed and created Raider Review using Gulliver's existing content management system, Finalsite, and its built-in newsletter creator, eNotify. Each month, we edit all of the stories, select and crop photos, and create the newsletter in eNotify. 

June 2018 Raider Review  |  May 2018 Raider Review

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Atrium Magazine for Gulliver School

Atrium Magazine for Gulliver School

We helped Independent K-12 institution Gulliver School plan, write, edit and produce the 68-page Spring 2018 issue of its magazine for alumni, parents, students, faculty, staff and donors. RB Editing & Writing served as managing editor and copyeditor of the magazine, with several of our writers contributing as well. We also oversaw the graphic design firm, which worked with an exciting magazine design. 

See the full Spring 2018 Atrium magazine on Issuu.

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