The fall 2015 edition of Lift, Embry-Riddle’s alumni publication, is a tribute to the university’s 90th anniversary (1926-2016) and marks Lift magazine’s first double-digit birthday – 10 years. The edition also debuts Lift’s brand new website. Visit the site to view an interactive timeline of the last nine decades of Embry-Riddle history and explore the ever-changing footprint of Embry-Riddle’s facilities and campuses.
The Embry-Riddle Work Environment Quality Council’s (WEQC) Back-to-School Supply Drive and department competition has officially ended for the 2015-16 school year and, through a tremendous outpouring of support from the university community and friends at ICI Homes, the group’s goal has been achieved.
Assistant professor Dr. Matthew Haslam has been promoted to chair of the Prescott Campus’ Humanities/Communications Department. The challenge, he says, will be creating, scheduling and staffing sufficient courses for the increased student population while maintaining effective class sizes and training faculty.
Worldwide's Orlando Campus welcomed its new neighbors during an open house, ribbon cutting and Business After Hours event Aug. 5. Earlier this year, the campus moved across town to a new location near the Central Florida Research Park and other educational institutions. Joining the campus for the occasion was the East Orlando Chamber of Commerce.