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FIU experts ready to discuss U.S.-Cuba relations FIU experts ready to discuss U.S.-Cuba relations

FIU has leading experts on Cuba who are available to provide analysis and insight on President Barack Obama’s announcement today […] Read More »


In the World


FIU students overcome homelessness, poverty, violence to earn degrees FIU students overcome homelessness, poverty, violence to earn degrees

  U.S. Army veteran Rodney Demerritte, math teacher Esther Fineus Joseph and communications student Sally Sarmiento have overcome challenges such […] Read More »


Science & Health


Stocker main telescope to make debut at winter star party Stocker main telescope to make debut at winter star party

The Stocker AstroScience Center‘s main telescope will make its debut to the general public at the end-of-the-semester Winter Star Party this […] 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


Master of Art Education exhibition displays art with a personal touch Master of Art Education exhibition displays art with a personal touch

For any student, walking in the upcoming Commencement ceremonies will be reason enough to cheer. But the four Master of […] Read More »

Other News

FIU experts ready to discuss U.S.-Cuba relations

FIU experts ready to discuss U.S.-Cuba relations

FIU has leading experts on Cuba who are available to provide analysis and insight on President Barack Obama’s announcement today […]

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TEDxFIU: How to write a story

TEDxFIU: How to write a story

John Dufresne is the author of five novels, two of which were New York Times Notable Books of the Year, two short story collections […]

12/17/2014 × 0
FIU helps veterans make the grades

FIU helps veterans make the grades

In the Tower – FIU’s oldest and most iconic building – groups of student veterans sit together studying, laughing and […]

12/16/2014 × 0
5 things every college student should know about networking

5 things every college student should know about networking

As the old saying goes: it isn’t always about what you know, but who you know. That’s why networking, cultivating […]

12/16/2014 × 0
Honors College dean and daughter make long-term gift to FIU

Honors College dean and daughter make long-term gift to FIU

Honors College Dean Lesley Northup and her daughter Evan made history recently by making a joint planned gift to the […]

12/16/2014 × 0
Students from FIU's College of Engineering and Computing helped design and build a satellite that will launch into space in 2015.

FIU in Space: Electrical engineering students build satellite in historic collaboration

If you teach, taught or parent a student, you know that it can be a challenge to keep students actively […]

12/15/2014 × X
FIU students overcome homelessness, poverty, violence to earn degrees

FIU students overcome homelessness, poverty, violence to earn degrees

  U.S. Army veteran Rodney Demerritte, math teacher Esther Fineus Joseph and communications student Sally Sarmiento have overcome challenges such […]

12/12/2014 × 0
Alumna joins fire team at Everglades National Park

Alumna joins fire team at Everglades National Park

Everglades wild land firefighters are in the unique position to do something that would make urban firefighters shudder: They actually set […]

12/12/2014 × 0
TEDxFIU: Finding my inner song

TEDxFIU: Finding my inner song

Karla Gutierrez is a senior in music technology and voice at FIU. Originally from Cartago, Costa Rica, she has a master’s […]

12/12/2014 × 0
MLK Commemorative breakfast speaker discusses Ferguson, Dr. King’s legacy

MLK Commemorative breakfast speaker discusses Ferguson, Dr. King’s legacy

Multicultural Programs and Services announced this week the keynote speaker for its annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration […]

12/12/2014 × 0
TEDxFIU: Why we need to save Haiti

TEDxFIU: Why we need to save Haiti

Global philanthropist and entrepreneur Doug Jefferies ’89  has devoted his time to helping the people of Haiti. His nonprofit organization, Mission Results, allows […]

12/10/2014 × 0
College of Education alumna Naylet LaRochelle competes on Food Network's "Holiday Baking Championship." Photo courtesy of Food Network.

Education alumna shines in Food Network’s holiday baking contest

We recently caught up with College of Education alumna Naylet LaRochelle. The mother of three and Miami-Dade Public Schools psychologist […]

12/10/2014 × 0
Master of Art Education exhibition displays art with a personal touch

Master of Art Education exhibition displays art with a personal touch

For any student, walking in the upcoming Commencement ceremonies will be reason enough to cheer. But the four Master of […]

12/09/2014 × 0
FIU to host outreach event to provide assistance for military veterans on Dec. 12

FIU to host outreach event to provide assistance for military veterans on Dec. 12

From homelessness prevention to banking services, FIU will be hosting a veterans outreach event at the FIU Stadium Club on […]

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