FIU Board of Trustees approves campus repopulation plan, extends President Mark B. Rosenberg’s contract, elects new leadership
The FIU Board of Trustees on Tuesday approved the university’s plan for resuming in-person classes and on-campus operations in the fall.
The FIU Repopulating Task Force, made up of university administrators, faculty, staff, medical experts and emergency management professionals created a plan named Panthers Protecting Panthers for reopening FIU campuses in the fall. The approach incorporates federal, state and local guidelines in addition to the framework provided by the Florida Board of Governors. The plan will be presented at a BOG meeting on June 23.
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