Becker succeeds Gert-Jan de Vreede, who will return to USF's Tampa campus as associate dean of the Muma College of Business.
Funds will benefit residency and palliative care programs.
Anthony Becich was named to the board of directors of the Florida Facilities Managers and Mary Bensel was elected to full membership status of the Broadway League.
The event runs 8:30-10 a.m. at Payne Park.
The expansion of the company’s headquarters is projected to create a minimum of 85 new jobs, with an expected average salary of nearly $82,000
Daybreak Adult Day Center, a program of Meals on Wheels PLUS, has space available for seniors in Manatee County.
Hermione Gilpin will lead the gardens' comprehensive development program.
For the 2019 award cycle, students received an average amount of $3,360.
The building will be Children First's 14th location in Sarasota County.
DiDomenico and Shelley will be lauded for their commitment to empowering the community’s future leaders to reach their full potential.
The day-long event will include presentations from a variety of speakers, including Holly Bell, State of Florida Director of Cannabis.
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Dannie Sherrill and Jenifer Schembri will join the foundation's board of directors on July 1.
Deadline for applications is Aug. 9.
DeFrank previously served as the program director of the Sarasota location of Prospect House.
The foundation has elected Judith Bell as Board Member Emeritus and Cyndi Miller as board member.
The Visible Men Academy Scholarship will provide VMA graduates with financial assistance for tuition, books and other supplies throughout their education at USFSM.
A new initiative between Mote and the Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission will receive an annual appropriation of $3 million to "control and mitigate red tide and its impacts."
The open seat on the governing board was vacated in April by Susan Tucker, who stepped down to complete medical school.
The grant will support curricular and research initiatives that preserve local history, integrate social and racial justice work into artistic practice and teaching, and explore questions of special interest to the local community.