November 2022 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Meet the women who are the risk-takers, barrier breakers and trailblazers shaping Florida.
Second-degree nursing programs are helping to fill a need.
UCF's new nursing school will be almost twice the size of the existing school.
UF is hiring faculty members to increase nursing program enrollment.
A partnership with UM provides Chile its first group of nurse practitioners.
Survey reveals only about half of current nurses would choose nursing career again
Community college takes aim at a 1,300 nursing shortfall a year in Hillsborough County.
FSU's nursing dean addreses salaries, the shortage and more.
Keiser is stepping up nursing initiatives to address needs of women and Hispanics.
We will not soon forget the devastation that Hurricane Ian brought to Florida.
Black and Hispanic women are running for office in Florida in record numbers, changing the political landscape of one of the nations most diverse and divided states.
"We Need to Learn from History"
The shuttered Dozier School for Boys haunted Jackson County for a decade. Now plans for a new chapter are taking shape.
Megan Wolfgram's passion takes her on a 10-year journey chasing success.
Connecting not-for-profits with resources in the business community: Florida is home to 3,010 foundations with assets of $23.6 Billion and giving of $3.5 Billion in 2020.
Around the State
Doroni Aerospace is developing an eVTOL flying car.
FPL's first ever commercial drone helps quickly indentify and restore power outages
Ybor City's new project plans to develop homes, retail and office space on the former site of People's Gas.
A central Florida filmmaker's passion takes him to the big screen and beyond.
New program helps Florida's job seekers find new careers based on location.
Sky Dreamer drone gives students opportunity to discover, develop new technologies.
"If we believe in climate change and sea-level rise, then more rooftops and pavements are not going to be the answer for future genrations."
Visibility makes a difference in shaping attitudes toward women in leadership.
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