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FIU Law graduates its 11th class and its first group of LL.M. candidates FIU Law graduates its 11th class and its first group of LL.M. candidates

U.S. Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen delivers keynote speech For most of the 147 juris doctorate candidates, today’s commencement ceremony from the FIU […] Read More »


In the World


Transformation contest winners travel to D.C. Transformation contest winners travel to D.C.

Consider it mission accomplished – a contest that was intended to show students how diplomacy, foreign service and international development […] Read More »


Science & Health


5th International Conference on Global Health kicks off at FIU 5th International Conference on Global Health kicks off at FIU

The continuing health challenges posed by Ebola kicked off the 5th International Conference on Global Health (formerly known as the […] Read More »


Sports


FIU baseball advances to Conference USA championship game FIU baseball advances to Conference USA championship game

The Panthers came in to Conference USA Championship earlier this week as the eighth and final team to earn a […] Read More »


Arts & Culture


Promising young artists on display at the Frost Promising young artists on display at the Frost

The Frost Art Museum this week hosts aspiring young Picassos, Kahlos and Pollocks in an exhibit that hints at future […] Read More »

Other News

FIU baseball advances to Conference USA championship game

FIU baseball advances to Conference USA championship game

The Panthers came in to Conference USA Championship earlier this week as the eighth and final team to earn a […]

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FIU Law graduates its 11th class and its first group of LL.M. candidates

FIU Law graduates its 11th class and its first group of LL.M. candidates

U.S. Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen delivers keynote speech For most of the 147 juris doctorate candidates, today’s commencement ceremony from the FIU […]

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5th International Conference on Global Health kicks off at FIU

5th International Conference on Global Health kicks off at FIU

The continuing health challenges posed by Ebola kicked off the 5th International Conference on Global Health (formerly known as the […]

05/21/2015 × 1
50@50: The Frost Art Museum opens new state-of-the-art facility in 2008

50@50: The Frost Art Museum opens new state-of-the-art facility in 2008

To celebrate the university’s 50th anniversary, FIU News is sharing 50 moments in FIU’s history as part of our “50@50″ […]

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FIU marine scientist Mike Heithaus (left) and Jeff Corwin (right) examine a baby bull shark in the Everglades National Park.

Researchers uncover Shark River mysteries with Jeff Corwin

FIU researchers have teamed up with conservationist and TV personality Jeff Corwin to share their mission of protecting the Florida […]

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Abbeygale Chen-See and Semira Sanchez, the two winners of Global Learning's Transformation Contest pose for a photo with the U.S. Capitol in the background.

Transformation contest winners travel to D.C.

Consider it mission accomplished – a contest that was intended to show students how diplomacy, foreign service and international development […]

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Global studies degree opens international career prospects

Global studies degree opens international career prospects

The Master of Arts in Global Governance (MAGG) prepares students to tackle some of the world’s toughest security challenges including […]

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FIU receives national honor, leads on urban education

FIU receives national honor, leads on urban education

With the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act on the horizon, FIU made the case for greater focus on urban […]

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Photo by Flickr user Jordan Cameron

Cultural stressors increase risk of smoking, binge drinking and poor mental health among Hispanic teens

Researchers at FIU’s Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work have found that social interactions such as ethnic […]

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Tracking the origin of Alzheimer’s

Tracking the origin of Alzheimer’s

When great minds work together, scientific progress can be dramatically accelerated. Such is the case for Chenzhong Li, professor of […]

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Promising young artists on display at the Frost

Promising young artists on display at the Frost

The Frost Art Museum this week hosts aspiring young Picassos, Kahlos and Pollocks in an exhibit that hints at future […]

05/20/2015 × 1
Gabriela Ojeda, sustainability intern and 
Jerry Alvarez, sustainability student employee collect donations for the Give and Go Green initiative.

Give and Go Green collects record number of donations

In May, the Give and Go Green initiative collected a record 17,232 pounds of items ranging from furniture and clothing, […]

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Breakthrough technology holds potential for treating brain disorders

Breakthrough technology holds potential for treating brain disorders

A Florida International University professor and his team this month published news of a scientific breakthrough that could lead to […]

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Photo by Flickr user USDAgov

New program hopes to minimize obesity risks among elementary school students

Teachers are the secret weapon in a new program designed to fight childhood obesity. The program – developed by FIU’s […]

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