Campus Life


Student success at center of performance funding investments at FIU Student success at center of performance funding investments at FIU

FIU student Christian Otero hopes to be a surgeon one day, but he had to dissect college algebra first. Otero […] Read More »


In the World


Defining FIU's federal priorities Defining FIU's federal priorities

Several snowfalls didn’t stop FIU Panthers this week in the capital city as President Mark B. Rosenberg and advocates presented the university’s priorities to […] Read More »


Science & Health


Nutrients could reduce streamsâ ability to support aquatic life, researchers find Nutrients could reduce streams’ ability to support aquatic life, researchers find

America’s fresh waters are being challenged as increases in nutrient pollution are causing a significant loss of terrestrial-derived carbon from […] Read More »


Sports


'Hialeah Hammer' Adrian Diaz blocking shots at a record pace for menâs basketball 'Hialeah Hammer' Adrian Diaz blocking shots at a record pace for men’s basketball

Adrian Diaz didn’t know how close he was to becoming the FIU men’s basketball program’s record holder for blocks in […] Read More »


Arts & Culture


Nationally-recognized authors inspire young writers Nationally-recognized authors inspire young writers

Kekla Magoon, award-winning author of children’s and young adult books, recently visited campus. She met with students in Rhona Trauvitch’s […] Read More »

Other News

Black at FIU: Discussing the state of policing in the United States

Black at FIU: Discussing the state of policing in the United States

Two recent panel discussions on campus addressed the use of police force against men of color. Journalist

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Student success at center of performance funding investments at FIU

Student success at center of performance funding investments at FIU

FIU student Christian Otero hopes to be a surgeon one day, but he had to dissect college algebra first. Otero […]

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David Manning (L), University of Georgia doctoral student, and John Kominoski (R) perform maintenance on the pump used to add nutrients to one of the streams in their experiment. Credit: Jon Benstead/University of Alabama

Nutrients could reduce streams’ ability to support aquatic life, researchers find

America’s fresh waters are being challenged as increases in nutrient pollution are causing a significant loss of terrestrial-derived carbon from […]

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Each of our cells contains a genetic message encoded in a DNA molecule which is almost 6 feet long. The packing and regulation of the DNA (represented in the figure using sticks) is possible thanks to its wrapping around chromosomal proteins (represented here by yellow, red, blue and green dots)

Scientists unlock tangled mysteries of DNA

Chromosomal proteins hold the key to our DNA and they are changing, according to Jose Eirin-Lopez, marine sciences professor in […]

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Defining FIU’s federal priorities

Defining FIU’s federal priorities

Several snowfalls didn’t stop FIU Panthers this week in the capital city as President Mark B. Rosenberg and advocates presented the university’s priorities to […]

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Members of the inaugural Chaplin School Dean’s Advisory Council include from left to right, John McKibbon, Bill Talbert, Eric Pfeffer, Duffy Keys, Phil Goldfarb, Lani Kane-Hanan, Mike Hampton, Wendy Kallergis, Paul Livieri, Ed Mugnani, Jay Litt and Burt Cabanas.

Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management Announces New Dean’s Advisory Council and Members

Florida International University’s Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management has formed a new Dean’s Advisory Council to help ensure […]

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FIU names Saif Ishoof VP for Engagement

FIU names Saif Ishoof VP for Engagement

Saif Ishoof has been appointed FIU’s Vice President for Engagement. He will focus on the development of win-win relations that […]

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The Rising Tide Within: From coastlines to the Everglades, researchers tackle sea level rise

The Rising Tide Within: From coastlines to the Everglades, researchers tackle sea level rise

Under the streets of Miami Beach, seeping up through the limestone, water creeps into storm drains and pours into the […]

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#AskRosenberg recap – Spring 2015

#AskRosenberg recap – Spring 2015

On March 4, President Rosenberg once again connected with the FIU community on Twitter and answered questions on topics including: […]

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College of Business seeks outstanding alumni for 2015 Hall of Fame honors

College of Business seeks outstanding alumni for 2015 Hall of Fame honors

The College of Business is now seeking alumni who have excelled in business and community leadership for induction into the […]

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FIU Grad wins HYPE Miami Award

FIU Grad wins HYPE Miami Award

Rocio de De la Grana – a current master’s in social work at FIU’s Robert Stempel College of Public Health […]

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50@50: President George H.W. Bush speaks to graduates at FIU

50@50: President George H.W. Bush speaks to graduates at FIU

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

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Landscape architect a master of urban “placemaking”

Landscape architect a master of urban “placemaking”

By JoAnn Greco Last summer, some 35,000 visitors each week streamed to a previously forlorn patch of Philadelphia waterfront rejuvenated […]

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Universities partner with local industry for student internships, economic development

Universities partner with local industry for student internships, economic development

In an unprecedented collaboration, South Florida’s colleges and universities have united with industry leaders to strengthen the region’s economy and […]

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