Campus Life


Washington Post executive editor discusses future of journalism at FIU Washington Post executive editor discusses future of journalism at FIU

More than 300 students, faculty and community members packed into the Wolfe Center Ballroom Nov. 21 to listen to the […] Read More »


In the World


Top tips for studying abroad Top tips for studying abroad

Every year hundreds of students consider signing up for courses and programs that take them around the world. Sure, it […] Read More »


Science & Health


College of Medicine professor named AAAS Fellow College of Medicine professor named AAAS Fellow

Barry Rosen, Ph.D., associate dean for Research and Graduate Programs and distinguished professor, Department of Cellular Biology and Pharmacology, has […] Read More »


Sports


Men's basketball uses underdog label as motivation for new season Men's basketball uses underdog label as motivation for new season

FIU men’s basketball senior guard Dennis Mavin doesn’t mind being labeled an underdog. But by the end of the upcoming […] Read More »


Arts & Culture


Study abroad artwork showcased in Graham Center Study abroad artwork showcased in Graham Center

This summer Eliane Pinillos braved dehydration and sickness to scale the Great Wall of China looking for the perfect scene […] Read More »

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South Florida Brewfest 2014

South Florida Brewfest 2014

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Top tips for studying abroad

Top tips for studying abroad

Every year hundreds of students consider signing up for courses and programs that take them around the world. Sure, it […]

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Top 5 things college students need to know about the health care law

Top 5 things college students need to know about the health care law

As the nation approaches the second year of the Affordable Care Act, there are still looming questions about the health […]

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Washington Post executive editor discusses future of journalism at FIU

Washington Post executive editor discusses future of journalism at FIU

More than 300 students, faculty and community members packed into the Wolfe Center Ballroom Nov. 21 to listen to the […]

11/25/2014 × 0
College of Medicine professor named AAAS Fellow

College of Medicine professor named AAAS Fellow

Barry Rosen, Ph.D., associate dean for Research and Graduate Programs and distinguished professor, Department of Cellular Biology and Pharmacology, has […]

11/25/2014 × 1
Alumnus’ crime novel completed five years after his death

Alumnus’ crime novel completed five years after his death

Jack Vaughn’s old friend Cal has gone missing. His vintage Cadillac has been pulled out of a South Florida canal. […]

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Watch: TEDxFIU 2014, A Fearless Journey

Watch: TEDxFIU 2014, A Fearless Journey

For more on the annual event, visit tedxfiu.com.

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From left to right:
Professor David Walter, Chjris Miranda, Juhane Elizee, Omar Ali-Shamaa, Kathleen Pfahlert, Christopher Pena, Marena Veiga and Sarah Valdes.

It’s a three-peat for FIU Law Board of Advocates negotiation team

The FIU Law Board of Advocates (BOA) negotiation team reached another milestone during the ABA Southeast Regional Rounds held Nov. […]

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FIU and Shorelight Education announce partnership

FIU and Shorelight Education announce partnership

Seeking to build upon FIU’s current international student programs, FIU is working with Shorelight Education to create the FIU Global […]

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Study abroad artwork showcased in Graham Center

Study abroad artwork showcased in Graham Center

This summer Eliane Pinillos braved dehydration and sickness to scale the Great Wall of China looking for the perfect scene […]

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12th annual Student Leadership Summit call for programs

12th annual Student Leadership Summit call for programs

The 12th annual Student Leadership Summit, a one-day leadership conference for current and emerging student leaders, is currently seeking program […]

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Construction students excel on strong foundation

Construction students excel on strong foundation

It takes a village to train a well-prepared construction manager. At the OHL School of Construction in FIU’s College of Engineering […]

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Miles Medina built six aqaponics systems in the FIU Organic Garden where he studied the effects of different feeds on aquaponic cultivation.

Alumnus finds solutions for food insecurity through aquaponics

During a routine stop at the grocery store, Miles Medina MS ’14 had a random thought. Why couldn’t the store […]

11/18/2014 × 3
Ignoring early warning signs of defiance can lead to deviant behaviors in adolescence

Ignoring early warning signs of defiance can lead to deviant behaviors in adolescence

Rule breaking is not uncommon for preschool children, but being able to identify those children most at risk of long-term […]

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