Campus Life


FIU students persevere, graduate FIU students persevere, graduate

Oliver Stensby, 28, should have walked across the commencement stage two and a half years ago, but the hospitality major […] Read More »


In the World


Transportation camp spurs aspiring civil engineers Transportation camp spurs aspiring civil engineers

A California bridge that earned an “A” rating just last year from the Federal Highway Administration collapsed last week after heavy […] Read More »


Science & Health


10 tips for a great start to kindergarten 10 tips for a great start to kindergarten

Kindergarten is a big leap from preschool. The expectations for a child entering kindergarten are not what you or your […] 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


Alumnus adapts Gloria Estefan's songs for Broadway musical Alumnus adapts Gloria Estefan's songs for Broadway musical

Manny Schvartzman ’09, an FIU School of Music graduate, knows what it means to feel the rhythm of the music […] Read More »

Other News

FIU students persevere, graduate

FIU students persevere, graduate

Oliver Stensby, 28, should have walked across the commencement stage two and a half years ago, but the hospitality major […]

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High schools students explored the construction taking place at the junction of FL-826 and FL-836.

Transportation camp spurs aspiring civil engineers

A California bridge that earned an “A” rating just last year from the Federal Highway Administration collapsed last week after heavy […]

07/28/2015 × 1
Students presented their research to a group of peers and faculty at the 2014 McNair Conference.

McNair Conference highlights undergraduate research

University faculty and advisors agree: One of the most important ways for a student boost an application to graduate school for […]

07/27/2015 × 1
10 tips for a great start to kindergarten

10 tips for a great start to kindergarten

Kindergarten is a big leap from preschool. The expectations for a child entering kindergarten are not what you or your […]

07/27/2015 × 1
Diana Sheehan, doctoral candidate

Latinas build research careers through CRUSADA

The Center for Research on U.S. Latino HIV/AIDS and Drug Abuse at FIU assists Latino communities throughout South Florida. This multidisciplinary […]

07/27/2015 × 1
National first-place finishes for FIU’s future business leaders

National first-place finishes for FIU’s future business leaders

Members of the FIU’s Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) chapter made an impressive showing, including two national first-place […]

07/27/2015 × 1
FIU undertakes comprehensive aging study

FIU undertakes comprehensive aging study

Frailty commonly comes hand-in-hand with older age. It often leads to weakness and falls that can cause severe injuries like […]

07/27/2015 × 3
Armadillos are the likely cause of an uptick in leprosy cases in Florida

5 things you should know about leprosy

Leprosy is not common, but confirmed cases have jumped this year in Florida. There are usually 0-12 new cases of […]

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Students in assistant professor Maria Lovett's Teaching Diverse Populations class discuss so-called "Gangster Gardener" Ron Finley's TED Talk which was shown by students in The Algebra Project's Summer Institute at Miami Northwestern Senior High School.

Future educators receive hands-on experience teaching diverse students

When it comes to preparing tomorrow’s teachers, there’s nothing like getting hands-on practice in Miami’s local schools. But one College […]

07/24/2015 × 2
Summer program turns teachers into techies

Summer program turns teachers into techies

A “summer camp” for local public school teachers had them learning new skills to enhance STEM education in their classrooms. […]

07/24/2015 × 1
Alumnus helps business grads with student loan debt

Alumnus helps business grads with student loan debt

For many graduates, debt from student loans looms large. But thanks to the generosity of FIU alumnus Malcolm Butters MS ’83, […]

07/23/2015 × 2
50@50: Pope John Paul II comes to FIU in 1987

50@50: Pope John Paul II comes to FIU in 1987

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

07/23/2015 × 5
Trotting the globe for education

Trotting the globe for education

Medjy Pierre-Louis’ parents didn’t receive the best education in Haiti, she says, but it provided enough opportunity for them to […]

07/22/2015 × 0
White House selects FIU to host climate resilience seminar

White House selects FIU to host climate resilience seminar

D.C. weekly update in a nutshell: FIU is chosen by the White House to work with FEMA to help better […]

07/22/2015 × 5
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