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Psychologist appointed associate dean in Arts & Sciences Psychologist appointed associate dean in Arts & Sciences

Maricel Cigales has been named associate dean of undergraduate studies for the College of Arts & Sciences. Cigales, who joined […] Read More »


In the World


Back from West Africa, FIU doctor calls for resources and training to fight Ebola Back from West Africa, FIU doctor calls for resources and training to fight Ebola

FIU professor Dr. Aileen Marty has returned to Miami after 31days in Nigeria, serving with the World Health Organization’s Global […] Read More »


Science & Health


SCIS enjoys recent growth and expansion, looks forward to bright future SCIS enjoys recent growth and expansion, looks forward to bright future

When Jairo Pava graduated from FIU with a bachelor’s degree in computer science in 2011, he was well prepared for […] Read More »


Sports


Student-athletes embrace active role in serving the community Student-athletes embrace active role in serving the community

Growing up with a father and uncles who helped him become the man he is today, men’s basketball senior guard […] Read More »


Arts & Culture


Exhibit takes viewers 'Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow' Exhibit takes viewers 'Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow'

By the time World War II began in 1939, Germany had purged itself of its Jewish professors, scientists and scholars. […] Read More »

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Psychologist appointed associate dean in Arts & Sciences

Psychologist appointed associate dean in Arts & Sciences

Maricel Cigales has been named associate dean of undergraduate studies for the College of Arts & Sciences. Cigales, who joined […]

09/26/2014 × 0
Messages of confidence, perseverance take center stage at BBC’s Diversity Day Sept. 30

Messages of confidence, perseverance take center stage at BBC’s Diversity Day Sept. 30

The 13th Annual Diversity Day will take place at Biscayne Bay Campus on Tuesday, Sept. 30, with five inspirational speakers […]

09/26/2014 × 0
FIU joins ‘It’s On Us’ campaign

FIU joins ‘It’s On Us’ campaign

Campus resources for sexual assault prevention, reporting and support include: Cathy Akens Graham Center 219 (305) 348-2797 akensc@fiu.edu Victim Empowerment […]

09/26/2014 × 0
We spot greatness in the making

We spot greatness in the making

FIU Magazine is all about recognizing and celebrating greatness, often before the rest of the world has a clue. Take […]

09/25/2014 × 0
Top surgeon has been caring for FIU student-athletes for two decades

Top surgeon has been caring for FIU student-athletes for two decades

Fifteen FIU cheerleaders were waiting to get their physicals over the summer when the resident physician was unable to show. […]

09/25/2014 × 0
Training the trainers: FIU program a cut above

Training the trainers: FIU program a cut above

Tiffany Yam was working in the athletic training department at her alma mater, Rutgers University in New Jersey, when she […]

09/25/2014 × 0
Georgia Aquarium’s Gregory Bossart Ph.D. ’95 on the importance of dolphins

Georgia Aquarium’s Gregory Bossart Ph.D. ’95 on the importance of dolphins

Gregory Bossart, V.M.D., Ph.D. ’95 Senior Vice President of Animal Health, Research and Conservation, Georgia Aquarium FIU Doctorate in Biology […]

09/25/2014 × 0
Anthony Atwood MA ’03, Ph.D. ’12, leads effort to open the South Florida Military Museum

Anthony Atwood MA ’03, Ph.D. ’12, leads effort to open the South Florida Military Museum

By Eric Barton The U.S. airship K-74 spotted a dot on its radar just after midnight on July 18, 1943. […]

09/25/2014 × 0
A Q&A with Ken Furton

A Q&A with Ken Furton

A research scientist and father of two FIU students, Ken Furton aims to enhance the value of an FIU degree […]

09/25/2014 × 0
Training to win: Athletic trainers play critical role in the health and well-being of student-athletes

Training to win: Athletic trainers play critical role in the health and well-being of student-athletes

When doctors suggested that Emily Podschweit call it quits from sand volleyball, she was having none of it. The sophomore […]

09/25/2014 × 0
Student’s chip aims to put lab testing in your pocket

Student’s chip aims to put lab testing in your pocket

By Daniel Pimentel The leading cause of death in the United States is heart disease, with roughly 600,000 deaths attributed to the […]

09/25/2014 × 0
Sex, drugs and disease:  Taking a look at the other side of tourism in the Dominican Republic

Sex, drugs and disease: Taking a look at the other side of tourism in the Dominican Republic

In the Caribbean, the tourism industry is a major boost to the economy. Away from the stresses of everyday life, […]

09/25/2014 × X
Professor Ernst Borinski teaching in the Social Science Lab, Tougaloo College, MS, ca. 1960. Photo courtesy of Mississippi Department of Archives and History.

Exhibit takes viewers ‘Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow’

By the time World War II began in 1939, Germany had purged itself of its Jewish professors, scientists and scholars. […]

09/24/2014 × 0
SCIS enjoys recent growth and expansion, looks forward to bright future

SCIS enjoys recent growth and expansion, looks forward to bright future

When Jairo Pava graduated from FIU with a bachelor’s degree in computer science in 2011, he was well prepared for […]

09/23/2014 × 0
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