Campus Life


Teaching students to be good doctors, learning from them how to be a better teacher Teaching students to be good doctors, learning from them how to be a better teacher

It is about 9 a.m. on a Friday as a group of third year medical students from the Herbert Wertheim […] Read More »


In the World


Students become advocates for the disabled in Europe Students become advocates for the disabled in Europe

Getting around in a wheelchair can be draining – especially when traveling abroad. “You’d think you’re there sitting and relaxing […] Read More »


Science & Health


Better hurricane observation techniques make big storms less deadly Better hurricane observation techniques make big storms less deadly

As part of a new op-ed series, FIU News shares the expertise and diverse perspectives of members of the university community. […] Read More »


Sports


Johnathan Cyprien to host charity softball game at FIU June 26 Johnathan Cyprien to host charity softball game at FIU June 26

Jacksonville Jaguars safety and FIU football alumnus Johnathan Cyprien is returning to campus, and he’s bringing some familiar faces with […] Read More »


Arts & Culture


50@50: The crown jewel of the Wertheim Performing Arts Center 50@50: The crown jewel of the Wertheim Performing Arts Center

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

Other News

Teaching students to be good doctors, learning from them how to be a better teacher

Teaching students to be good doctors, learning from them how to be a better teacher

It is about 9 a.m. on a Friday as a group of third year medical students from the Herbert Wertheim […]

07/01/2015 × 1
Students participating in the Recreational Therapy study abroad course this summer took turns guiding each other through the Louvre museum while blindfolded to simulate blindness. Here they get a chance to interact with reproductions of famous sculptures on display in the museum.

Students become advocates for the disabled in Europe

Getting around in a wheelchair can be draining – especially when traveling abroad. “You’d think you’re there sitting and relaxing […]

07/01/2015 × 2
Luckily, we have more to go on now than just knowing the tracks of previous named storms. Titoxd

Better hurricane observation techniques make big storms less deadly

As part of a new op-ed series, FIU News shares the expertise and diverse perspectives of members of the university community. […]

06/30/2015 × 2
Students examine the initial prototype of the TeleBot created in FIU's Discovery Lab.

SCIS partners with Girls Who Code for summer program

FIU’s School of Computing and Information Sciences (SCIS) announced a new partnership with Girls Who Code – a national non-profit organization […]

06/30/2015 × 1
Judicial review, gay marriage and God

Judicial review, gay marriage and God

As part of a new op-ed series, FIU News shares the expertise and diverse perspectives of members of the university community. […]

06/30/2015 × 2
Peer-mentoring program revolutionizes the classroom

Peer-mentoring program revolutionizes the classroom

Growing up in Jamaica, Garfield Jugar was never a “math person.” Actually, he hated math. Tired of his mother always […]

06/29/2015 × 1
New Spanish-language website for hurricane preparation

New Spanish-language website for hurricane preparation

Florida International University’s (FIU) International Hurricane Research Center (IHRC)  in partnership with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Hurricane Center […]

06/29/2015 × 2
College of Business dives into fast-changing luxury retail market

College of Business dives into fast-changing luxury retail market

What is luxury retail? It’s not so clear anymore. “In the past, we used to know because it was defined […]

06/25/2015 × 1
50@50: The crown jewel of the Wertheim Performing Arts Center

50@50: The crown jewel of the Wertheim Performing Arts Center

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

06/25/2015 × 1
Billy Metcalf Photography, CC BY-NC-ND

Should I stay or should I go: Timing affects hurricane evacuation decisions

As part of a new op-ed series, FIU News shares the expertise and diverse perspectives of members of the university community. […]

06/25/2015 × 1
D.C. Update: Pell Grants receive boost; congrats for 50 years

D.C. Update: Pell Grants receive boost; congrats for 50 years

With the final appropriations bill markups nearing a close, FIU works with officials, agencies and organizations to advance the South […]

06/25/2015 × 2
‘Inside Out’ provides roadmap for navigating emotions

‘Inside Out’ provides roadmap for navigating emotions

Pixar’s new film Inside Out is putting the spotlight on children’s emotions. But navigating those emotions and helping children understand them is […]

06/25/2015 × 2
FIYou: Priya Kirpalani

FIYou: Priya Kirpalani

Name: Priya Kirpalani Hometown: Paramaribo, Suriname Job Title/Department: University Psychologist/Counseling & Psychological Services Location/Campus: SHC 270 In a nutshell: I […]

06/24/2015 × 1
FIU Police offer supervised Craigslist purchases

FIU Police offer supervised Craigslist purchases

Baritone player Armando Velez, a senior majoring in business management, is in the market for a new horn. But as […]

06/24/2015 × 0
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