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Training hospitality students to save lives Training hospitality students to save lives

After graduating with her master’s degree from FIU in 2013, Analise Dlugasch applied for a position at the Office of […] Read More »


In the World


Professors talk teacher diversity, climate change at White House summit Professors talk teacher diversity, climate change at White House summit

Last week was a busy one in Washington, D.C. for FIU’s academic leaders, two of which were invited to the […] Read More »


Science & Health


Research milestone is just another day for FIU scientists Research milestone is just another day for FIU scientists

In an effort to understand the diets of plant-loving fish, FIU Ph.D. student Jessica Sanchez and marine sciences professor Joel […] Read More »


Sports


Weekend Replay: Head Coach Ron Turner relieved of duties Weekend Replay: Head Coach Ron Turner relieved of duties

After a 53-14 loss to the UCF Knights at FIU Stadium on Sept. 24, FIU football relieved Head Coach Ron […] Read More »


Arts & Culture


Students, alumni at the core of Villain Theater’s rave reviews Students, alumni at the core of Villain Theater’s rave reviews

  Hidden in a back alley in the heart of Little River– just north of Little Haiti – is an […] Read More »

Other News

An optical phenomenon known as a sun dog or halo, which is produced by light interacting with suspended ice crystals in the atmosphere, appears off Coast Guard Cutter Healy's port bow at the North Pole Sept. 5, 2015. Healy is underway in the Arctic Ocean in support of the National Science Foundation-funded Arctic GEOTRACES, part of an international effort to study the distribution of trace elements in the world's oceans. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Cory J. Mendenhall)

Journey to the top of the world: FIU in the Arctic

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Training hospitality students to save lives

Training hospitality students to save lives

After graduating with her master’s degree from FIU in 2013, Analise Dlugasch applied for a position at the Office of […]

09/28/2016 × 1
Professors talk teacher diversity, climate change at White House summit

Professors talk teacher diversity, climate change at White House summit

Last week was a busy one in Washington, D.C. for FIU’s academic leaders, two of which were invited to the […]

09/28/2016 × 1
Research milestone is just another day for FIU scientists

Research milestone is just another day for FIU scientists

In an effort to understand the diets of plant-loving fish, FIU Ph.D. student Jessica Sanchez and marine sciences professor Joel […]

09/28/2016 × 1
Moment in the rain, Sept. 27

Moment in the rain, Sept. 27

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Max Mendez explains the heart valve replacement procedure

Students help build Miami’s first medical technology incubator

  As soon as you step into the lab at Owa Ehan (OE), the enthusiasm is palpable. Members of Miami MedTech […]

09/27/2016 × 1
FIYou: Alexandria Pipitone

FIYou: Alexandria Pipitone

Name: Alexandria Pipitone Job Title: Lead Office Assistant at the Children’s Creative Learning Center Location/Campus: The center is located at […]

09/27/2016 × 1
Students, alumni at the core of Villain Theater’s rave reviews

Students, alumni at the core of Villain Theater’s rave reviews

  Hidden in a back alley in the heart of Little River– just north of Little Haiti – is an […]

09/27/2016 × 1
Carnival on board with third cohort of Gold Scholars

Carnival on board with third cohort of Gold Scholars

This fall, five recent high school graduates from across South Florida began classes at Florida International University in the Chaplin […]

09/26/2016 × 1
Weekend Replay: Head Coach Ron Turner relieved of duties

Weekend Replay: Head Coach Ron Turner relieved of duties

After a 53-14 loss to the UCF Knights at FIU Stadium on Sept. 24, FIU football relieved Head Coach Ron […]

09/26/2016 × 1
Researchers shed light on Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill

Researchers shed light on Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill

It has been six years since the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill dumped millions of barrels of oil into the Gulf […]

09/26/2016 × 2
Andy Strycharski hates semicolons and other cautionary tales

Andy Strycharski hates semicolons and other cautionary tales

Let’s eat grandma. Let’s eat, grandma. Punctuation. It’s a little thing that can make the difference between inviting grandma to […]

09/24/2016 × 1
FIU honored as change agent, leader in hurricane preparedness

FIU honored as change agent, leader in hurricane preparedness

  When a hurricane is barreling down on you, it’s too late to prepare. Erik Salna has dedicated his career […]

09/23/2016 × 1
Ashoka U's renewal interview with representatives of George Mason University

When students become social entrepreneurs, change happens

This past week in Washington D.C., FIU convened a select coalition of Ashoka Universities to explore opportunities for impacting social […]

09/23/2016 × 1
New lab helps students slay math

New lab helps students slay math

A second Mastery Math Lab has opened its doors this fall to serve more than 2,000 students enrolled in university […]

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