March 2022 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Florida is projected to gain 2.5 million new residents by 2030. Here's what that means for schools, roads, homes and other infrastructure needs.
The pandemic led many parents and students to re-evaluate their attitudes toward alternative forms of education, including online instruction.
A new statewide charter school will meld classical education and Great Books with AI and VR.
Coastline appeal and economic growth drive interest in the north Tampa Bay county.
Eye-catching Designs from Around Florida
The Edyth, The Heron, Environmental Modernism, Capital Memorial Park, and more.
Growth and Opportunity
I am grateful for our staff's ability to pivot seamlessly during uncertainy.
"I swept the floors. I washed the windows. I wound up working every day after school and every summer..."
Florida faces balancing growth vs. maintaining aspects of its traditional character.
After two false starts, Osceola County hopes the current semiconductor shortage will give legs to a high-tech chip-making project it has been pursuing for a decade.
Engineering Social Impact
Two UF graduates launch tech solutions that improve lives of people with disabilities
Degrees of Change
The MBA has evolved through the years to reflect changing workforce and student needs. Longtime professors share their experiences.
Around the State
Venture Miami and FIU partner to aid minority-owned startups.
Life Sciences 19 Years Later
In 2003, the state began a life-sciences recruitment spree...
It's a Boat; It's a Plane
Regent plans to start testing its “seaglider” between Tampa and St. Petersburg this year.
Deep Space Launch Complex debuts at the Kennedy Space Center this month.
App lets entrepreneurs to operate their Old Florida-style hotel like an Airbnb.
Innovation Park of Tallahassee has named two winners of cash grants .
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