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Inside FAU - A Message from the President.
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Join President Brogan for each webisode of Inside FAU as he shares his insights regarding the latest news from Florida Atlantic University. Each conversation is taped at a different location on one of FAU's seven campuses and sites.

Webisodes
    
5/29/09 (Now Playing)
In the immediate aftermath of a $16.7 million cut to FAU’s budget for 2009-10, President Brogan outlines the University’s coping strategies, including a plan that will be presented to the Board of Trustees recommending increases in tuition and fees, limited layoffs of personnel and elimination of certain majors and degree tracks, which currently enrolled students will be permitted to complete. He invites all members of the University community to take part in Project Vision, a soon-to-be-launched initiative that will help set FAU’s future course.
 
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Past Webisodes


March 2009  | On location at the Wimberly Library, President Brogan looks ahead to the coming budget reductions that FAU must wrestle with.




    












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Welcome!       
 
Florida Atlantic University is a public university that currently serves 27,000 undergraduate and graduate students on seven campuses in South Florida. Since its founding in 1961, FAU has awarded degrees to more than 100,000 alumni, and I am very proud to count myself among them.

Like today's students, I found FAU's faculty second to none in excellence of classroom teaching and mentorship of students. This truly outstanding community of scholars makes the university experience come alive for students, broadening their horizons in a multitude of ways.

Though less than 50 years old, FAU is already claiming a place among America's most productive research universities. Discoveries are being made today in FAU laboratories that will add to the arsenal of diagnostic and treatment tools used in the battle against cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer's disease and a host of other deadly illnesses.

It is my great privilege to lead Florida Atlantic University during this period of transformative growth and progress.

Frank T. Brogan '81
President

Florida Atlantic University is a public university that currently serves 27,000 undergraduate and graduate students on seven campuses in South Florida. Since its founding in 1961, FAU has awarded degrees to more than 100,000 alumni, and I am very proud to count myself among them. Florida Atlantic University is a public university that currently serves 27,000 undergraduate and graduate students on seven campuses in South Florida. Since its founding in 1961, FAU has awarded degrees to more than 100,000 alumni, and I am very proud to count myself among them. Florida Atlantic University is a public university that currently serves 27,000 undergraduate and graduate students on seven campuses in South Florida. Since its founding in 1961, FAU has awarded degrees to more than 100,000 alumni, and I am very proud to count myself among them. Like today's students, I found FAU's faculty second to none in excellence of classroom teaching and mentorship of students. This truly outstanding community of scholars makes the university experience come alive for students, broadening their horizons in a multitude of ways. Like today's students, I found FAU's faculty second to none in excellence of classroom teaching and mentorship of students. This truly outstanding community of scholars makes the university experience come alive for students, broadening their horizons in a multitude of ways. Though less than 50 years old, FAU is already claiming a place among America's most productive research universities. Discoveries are being made today in FAU laboratories that will add to the arsenal of diagnostic and treatment tools used in the battle against cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer's disease and a host of other deadly illnesses. Though less than 50 years old, FAU is already claiming a place among America's most productive research universities. Discoveries are being made today in FAU laboratories that will add to the arsenal of diagnostic and treatment tools used in the battle against cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer's disease and a host of other deadly illnesses. It is my great privilege to lead Florida Atlantic University during this period of transformative growth and progress. Frank T. Brogan '81
President



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