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(22.1) 65.4 Recognizing a parallel need for multicultural training in clinical psychology in Southern Florida which has a large Hispanic population Dr Albizu-Miranda opened the Miami Institute of Psychology in Miami Florida in 1980 in January 2000 the two main campuses were merged under the shared name Carlos Albizu University in honor of their founder becoming the first institution in North America to be named after a Hispanic Today they are commonly known as Albizu University and continue the tradition of offering programs both in theory and practice that stay true to addressing and honoring the multicultural heritages found in both Puerto Rico and South Florida. .
. . The Mayaimis built ceremonial and village earthwork mounds around Lake Okeechobee similar to those of the Mississippian culture and earlier mound builders Fort Center is in the area occupied by the Mayaimis in historic times They dug many canals as other earthworks to use as pathways for their canoes the dugout canoes were a platform type with shovel-shaped ends resembling those used in Central America and the West Indies rather than the pointed-end canoes used by other peoples in the southeastern United States, Level 1 of the terminal contains baggage carousels and ground transportation access Level 2 contains ticketing/check-in shopping and dining and access to the concourses the airport currently has three immigration and customs facilities (FIS) located in Concourse D Level 3 Concourse E Level 3 and in Concourse J Level 3 the Concourse D FIS and Concourse E FIS can be utilized by flights arriving at all gates in Concourse D all gates in Concourse E and most gates in Concourse F the Concourse J FIS can be utilized by flights arriving at some gates in Concourse H and all gates in Concourse J However all gates in Concourse G and some gates in Concourses F and H do not have the facilities to route passengers to any FIS and therefore can only be used for domestic arrivals MIA is unique among American airports in that all of its facilities are common-use meaning that they are assigned by the airport and no one airline holds ownership or leases on any terminal space or gates thus giving the airport much more flexibility in terminal and gate assignments and allowing it to make full use of existing facilities the entire airport became common-use by the 1990s the single terminal facility is divided into three sections known as the North Terminal Central Terminal and South Terminal, 6.6 County representation Fine Arts 157 Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts Downtown Miami. World 14,639,041,733.88 14,748,663,389.75 100.00 100.00 3.2.1 Concourse E 3.7.2 Engineering Library Service Center, Gesu Catholic Church (1896) 11.2 Airports Miami Florida Business directory 2 Causeways The Miami area has a large Jewish community; 10.2% of the population was Jewish in the 2000 Census. There is also a sizable Muslim community numbering 70,000. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden Coral Gables These are the economic risks explained by Professor Okolo: "This comes from the inability of a country to meet its financial obligations the changing of foreign-investment or/and domestic fiscal or monetary policies the effect of exchange-rate and interest rate make it difficult to conduct international business." Moreover it can be a risk for a company to operate in a country and they may experience an unexpected economic crisis after establishing the subsidiary Economic risks is the likelihood that economic management will cause drastic changes in a country's business environment that hurt the profit and other goals of a business enterprise in practice the biggest problem arising from economic mismanagement has been inflation Historically many governments have expanded their domestic money supplying misguided attempts to stimulate economic activity.