Campus Life


Everything you need to know about SummerFest Everything you need to know about SummerFest

There’s really no way around it: SummerFest, held July 30 between the Blue and Gold garages, was and is an […] Read More »


In the World


Tanzanian deputy minister hopes to improve transparency, empower youth in Tanzania Tanzanian deputy minister hopes to improve transparency, empower youth in Tanzania

This story is part of an on-going series spotlighting 2014 Washington Fellows at FIU. Stephen Julius Masele may only be 34-years-old, but he […] Read More »


Science & Health


Summer camp gives high school students chance to explore geoscience Summer camp gives high school students chance to explore geoscience

When a group of high school students participated in a geocaching exercise, using GPS devices and clues to locate hidden […] Read More »


Sports


From walk-on to track & field head coach From walk-on to track & field head coach

Almost a decade ago, when Ryan Heberling first stepped on campus as a walk-on athlete, he knew two things: he […] Read More »


Arts & Culture


'Catherineâs Wheel' to debut at FIU this weekend 'Catherine’s Wheel' to debut at FIU this weekend

FIU’s summer Alternative Theatre Festival is in full swing. This week, Thursday through Saturday, Catherine’s Wheel continues at the Wertheim Performing […] Read More »

Other News

Everything you need to know about SummerFest

Everything you need to know about SummerFest

There’s really no way around it: SummerFest, held July 30 between the Blue and Gold garages, was and is an […]

08/01/2014 × 0
Students overcome obstacles to graduation with help from technology, caring advisers

Students overcome obstacles to graduation with help from technology, caring advisers

For some among the 3,360 FIU graduates this summer, getting to graduation took longer and was more challenging than they […]

08/01/2014 × 0
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Researchers use computer-based treatment for children with anxiety

When traditional methods of treatment do not work for children suffering from anxiety disorders, researchers at FIU believe they have […]

07/31/2014 × 0
Frost Museum gives challenged young people a taste of art

Frost Museum gives challenged young people a taste of art

Panther LIFE students enter the Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum ready to learn about art history, anthropology and archeology. […]

07/30/2014 × 0
Summer camp gives high school students chance to explore geoscience

Summer camp gives high school students chance to explore geoscience

When a group of high school students participated in a geocaching exercise, using GPS devices and clues to locate hidden […]

07/30/2014 × 0
Minor tweak to job applications could reduce crime, researchers find

Minor tweak to job applications could reduce crime, researchers find

Have you ever been convicted of a crime? It’s a simple question often asked on job applications and one that […]

07/30/2014 × 0
Students in journalism professor Juliet Pinto's multimedia capstone course pose at the Aquarius mission control center in Islamorada, FL.

Journalism students cover underwater NASA mission

FIU digital media student Bruno Grundy got the filmmaker’s chance of lifetime when he dove 60 feet below to the […]

07/29/2014 × 0
President Rosenberg: Transitions – From Steve Sauls to Michelle Palacio

President Rosenberg: Transitions – From Steve Sauls to Michelle Palacio

President Mark B. Rosenberg sent the following memo to the university community on Monday, July 28, 2014.        Constantly […]

07/28/2014 × 0
Tanzanian deputy minister hopes to improve transparency, empower youth in Tanzania

Tanzanian deputy minister hopes to improve transparency, empower youth in Tanzania

This story is part of an on-going series spotlighting 2014 Washington Fellows at FIU. Stephen Julius Masele may only be 34-years-old, but he […]

07/28/2014 × 0
Researchers developing a test for real-time stress detection

Researchers developing a test for real-time stress detection

FIU researchers are developing a test to detect in real-time a person’s level of cortisol – widely known as the […]

07/25/2014 × 0
FIYou: Lourdes A. Gomez

FIYou: Lourdes A. Gomez

  Name: Lourdes A. Gomez Hometown: Miami, Florida Job Title/Department: Employer Relations Coordinator/ The J. Willard & Alice S. Marriott […]

07/25/2014 × 1
Environmental activist serves as community leader, mentor to girls

Environmental activist serves as community leader, mentor to girls

This story is part of an on-going series spotlighting 2014 Washington Fellows at FIU. Afua Prempeh, 28, is one of […]

07/24/2014 × 1
NASA returns to Aquarius for first of 2 missions this year

NASA returns to Aquarius for first of 2 missions this year

NASA returned to the bottom of the sea this week for a nine-day mission at the FIU Aquarius Reef Base. […]

07/23/2014 × 0
Helios Education Foundation present a check for $100,000 to FIU and the Beacon Council’s One Community One Goal partnership in support of the newly launched internships initiative, Talent Development Council.

Economic development, higher education leaders launch talent development network

In response to the need to build and retain talent in South Florida, economic development leaders and higher education institutions […]

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