Posted October 10, 2018 10:53:00 FLORISIA – The Florida State University (FSU) is preparing to propose a new plan for the coronaviruses that are now sweeping through the state, but its still not clear how the plan will affect its students and faculty, said a top Florida State president.
The proposed plan, which was first reported by The Miami Herald, calls for the creation of a joint university-faculty institute for coronaviral research, with the Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) as the institute’s primary center.
The institute would be funded by a $2.5 billion federal grant.
It would be run by a consortium of FSU and FIT, including a new university-based research center at the FIT campus in Orlando.
Florida’s Public Health Agency has begun to study the proposal and is reviewing whether to release the proposed plan to the public, a spokeswoman said.
FSU President Mark Schlissel said the university is considering all options for how to move forward in the effort to reduce coronavirs and their spread, including creating a new research institute at FIT.
FIT has been criticized in recent years for its slow pace of coronavirevirus research, and its president has been critical of FIT’s financial support for its research.
He said he is confident the university will be able to implement a plan that will help Florida’s public health and economy and will help ensure the safety of its students.
Fittingly, Schlisse said that while the proposal would have a major impact on the future of the university, he and FSU’s board of trustees have agreed that the university needs to move beyond the current plan.
The plan would include a plan to fund FIT in part by eliminating the FSU-FIT joint research center.
This would allow FSU to focus on other research priorities, such as improving the state’s coronavore response to the pandemic, the president said.
The new plan also calls for FSU not to pursue its goal of having a fully funded FIT-FSU joint research institute.
That would mean that FSU would need to reduce its share of the institute to about 10 percent, a FIT spokesman said.
But the new plan does not include the FUTI plan, where FUTA and the FIS would work together to fund the institute.
In that plan, FUT, which has an overall budget of $3.5 million, would have the option of participating in the institute if it agrees to pay the full amount, or less.
FUT is currently funding more than $2 billion for the institute, which Schlissell said has received support from the State of Florida and the federal government.
The university also plans to fund at least a portion of the cost of the Futtles’ proposed institute by reducing its contribution to the institute by 10 percent.
The administration also plans a new partnership with a private foundation to pay for a portion, and possibly all, of the foundation’s research.
FIS has been the target of criticism from FUT leaders, who have said they fear the FITS will take FIT out of the lead role in research and will take away FUT’s right to share in its share.
The FIT leadership has said it will not pursue the project without FIT taking full control of the research.
The president said that, in the long term, the university and FUT should be able agree on what the university should do.
He also said he does not believe FUT has the authority to make the institute a part of the new institute.
“If we are going to take that on and have a FUT partnership and not a university partnership, then the university cannot make that decision, he said.
In a statement, Schlessel said that he would work with FUT and the administration to make sure the plan “satisfies all of the needs of FUT.”
The new partnership also calls on FUT to provide financial assistance to the university.
The federal government is also expected to provide $50 million in aid to FUT.
Schlissels said he will hold a news conference on Wednesday at noon at FUT headquarters in Gainesville to address the new partnership and discuss the plan.
“I am confident that the Futs vision and approach will be embraced by the entire FUT community.””
I am confident that the Futs vision and approach will be embraced by the entire FUT community.”