Campus Life


Law alumni give back through scholarship Law alumni give back through scholarship

Nicole Fundora’s days are jam-packed, and that’s the way she likes it. She works full-time as a paralegal at Broad […] Read More »


In the World


Professor uses computer science to reduce patients’ exposure to radiation from CT scans Professor uses computer science to reduce patients’ exposure to radiation from CT scans

When a doctor orders a CT perfusion scan, most people don’t give it a second thought as it’s necessary to […] Read More »


Science & Health


Guilarte discovery opens door to further research into treatment of neurodegenerative disease Guilarte discovery opens door to further research into treatment of neurodegenerative disease

Tomás R. Guilarte, dean of the Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work, has made a discovery that could […] Read More »


Sports


Former men’s soccer standout returns to FIU with Miami FC Former men’s soccer standout returns to FIU with Miami FC

On a warm Saturday morning last November, more than 200 soccer players – many from South Florida, but some traveling […] Read More »


Arts & Culture


Czech photographer's images of stark 'Cuban reality' now on exhibit Czech photographer's images of stark 'Cuban reality' now on exhibit

  Hana Jakrlova never planned to go to Cuba, let alone to use her profession and passion as a photographer […] Read More »

Other News

Professor uses computer science to reduce patients’ exposure to radiation from CT scans

Professor uses computer science to reduce patients’ exposure to radiation from CT scans

When a doctor orders a CT perfusion scan, most people don’t give it a second thought as it’s necessary to […]

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Law alumni give back through scholarship

Law alumni give back through scholarship

Nicole Fundora’s days are jam-packed, and that’s the way she likes it. She works full-time as a paralegal at Broad […]

05/25/2016 × 1
Legal psychology experts convene at FIU

Legal psychology experts convene at FIU

Some of the world’s top legal psychologists convened May 19 in the Kovens Center at FIU’s Biscayne Bay Campus for […]

05/25/2016 × 1
Guilarte discovery opens door to further research into treatment of neurodegenerative disease

Guilarte discovery opens door to further research into treatment of neurodegenerative disease

Tomás R. Guilarte, dean of the Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work, has made a discovery that could […]

05/24/2016 × 2
Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine student receives VITAS Healthcare Scholarship

Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine student receives VITAS Healthcare Scholarship

Rachel Helm, a recent graduate of the FIU Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine has been named the recipient of the […]

05/24/2016 × 1
FIU Hollo School students trump ARGUS’ challenge

FIU Hollo School students trump ARGUS’ challenge

Graduate students at FIU’s Hollo School of Real Estate placed in the top five in the 2016 ARGUS Software University […]

05/23/2016 × 1
FIU dual enrollment student Rebecca Rauch-Thane collects water samples in the estuary adjacent to FIU's Biscayne Bay Campus and Oleta River State Park.

Young scientist revitalizes Biscayne Bay

Rebecca Rauch-Thane, a dual enrollment student at FIU from Miami Beach Senior High School, is on a mission to improve […]

05/23/2016 × 2
Psychologist turns to horses as therapy for kids in foster care

Psychologist turns to horses as therapy for kids in foster care

Horses could help foster care youth overcome challenges thanks to a new FIU program. Researchers at FIU-BRIDGE and the Family […]

05/23/2016 × 1
Kabuli chickpeas earn farmers more money for their desired appearance and thin seed coats that are easier to cook. 
Photo by northerngate.ca.

Scientific discovery could revolutionize one of world’s most important crops

Conservation geneticist wants to arm Ethiopian and Indian farmers with revolutionary new varieties of chickpea. A team of researchers, including […]

05/19/2016 × 2
Improving grades, graduation rates: Learning assistants help peers in the classroom

Improving grades, graduation rates: Learning assistants help peers in the classroom

Seventy students sit in small groups, each at a table with a portable computer monitor and dry-erase board at the […]

05/19/2016 × 1
7 important questions to ask before applying to grad school

7 important questions to ask before applying to grad school

Whether you’re a sophomore undergraduate student, a recent college graduate or full-time professional, chances are the thought of going to […]

05/19/2016 × 2
Alumni annual meeting celebrates new board of directors and $50,000 donation from Wells Fargo

Alumni annual meeting celebrates new board of directors and $50,000 donation from Wells Fargo

On Wednesday, May 4, the FIU Alumni Association held its Annual Meeting & Cocktail Reception, a spirited event designed to get […]

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New initiative targets solutions for violence against women

New initiative targets solutions for violence against women

Social gender-based violence is a global pandemic. One in three women worldwide will experience physical or sexual abuse in her […]

05/19/2016 × 1
Wertheim Conservatory at FIU's Modesto A. Maidique Campus

Young plant scientists are top emerging botanists

Two FIU biology students were recently recognized by the Botanical Society of America as the country’s top, emerging botanists. Imeña […]

05/18/2016 × 2
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