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Where to order a fake Florida International University diploma, 订购佛罗里达国际大学文凭 - Buy a Fake Diploma|Buy a Fake Degree|Buy a Fake Certificate/Transcript

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In 1943, State Senator Ernest’Cap’ Graham (father of future Florida Governor and U.S. Senator Bob Graham) submitted to the state legislature a preliminary proposal to establish a public university in Miami-Dade County. Although his bill did not pass, Graham insisted on making his recommendations to colleagues, telling them that Miami needed a state university. He believes that the establishment of a public university is necessary to serve the city’s growing population.

In 1964, Florida Senator Robert M. Haverfield introduced Senate Bill 711. It instructs the National Board of Education and the Board of Schools (BOR) to begin planning the development of a state university in Miami. The bill was signed into law by then Governor W. Haydon Burns in June 1965, marking the official establishment of Florida International University.

Charles “Chuck” Perry, the founding principal of FIU, was appointed by the board of directors in July 1969. The 32-year-old new president is the youngest president in the history of the state university system and the youngest president in the United States at that time. nation. Perry recruited three co-founders, Butler Waugh, Donald McDowell and Nick Sileo. Alvah Chapman, Jr., the former publisher of the Miami Herald and chairman of Knight Ridder, used his citizenship and media power to assist in this work. In the 1980s, Chapman became chairman of the board of the FIU Foundation.