Florida International University

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Florida International University,

primarily at University Park, Miami; coeducational; chartered 1965, opened 1972. A research university, it has 18 colleges and schools and many specialized centers and institutes, including those in biomedical engineering, database research, environmental technology, tropical biology, and hurricane research; the National Hurricane Center is at University Park. The university also has North Miami and Pembroke Pines campuses, and operates the Wolfsonian museum in Miami Beach.
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at Florida International University's (FIU) Golden Panther Stadium.
Conomikes has received the Man of the Year Award from the Pittsburgh Jaycees; the Golden Panther of the Year Award from the University of Pittsburgh; the Media Award from the Variety Club of Pittsburgh; the Outstanding Achievement in Broadcasting Award for Television from the Pittsburgh Radio & Television Club; a Star Award from American Women in Radio and Television, which has also named him the 1999 recipient of its President's Award; the Chairman's Award from the National Association of Television Program Executives; and the Golden Mike Award from the Broadcasters' Foundation.
Meriweather was seen attempting to stomp on FIU players, while an injured Golden Panther swung a crutch menacingly at several Miami players.
Golden Panthers coach Richard Pitino took to (https://twitter.
Cristobal led the Golden Panthers to their first winning season and a TM share of the Sun Belt Championship and Little Caesars Bowl bid in 2010.
The Marlins played an exhibition game on March 6 against the Miami Hurricanes and on March 7 against the FIU Golden Panthers.
The streak for Wittels is the second-longest ever, and it might be longer as he has a hit in every game he's played this season, missing six games for the Golden Panthers.
USC 9, Florida International 3: Hector Rabago hit two home runs and added a triple and Ryan Cook threw six solid innings as the Trojans (2-0) defeated the Golden Panthers (0-2).
Kirsty flies out next month for a four-year course in sports science and will play for the college's Golden Panthers women's team.
Kirsty, who will play in the university's Golden Panthers ladies' soccer team while she studies sports science, said: "I won't have to worry about tuition fees or top-up fees.
The Golden Panthers are hoping to repeat their first conference championship and should have the offense to do it with the returning tandem of senior quarterback Wesley Carroll (6.