Archive for 2013

A look back at 2013

A look back at 2013

FIU and its Panthers had an amazing year in 2013. Looking back at some posts of the last 12 months […]

FIU opposes boycott of Israeli academic institutions

FIU opposes boycott of Israeli academic institutions

On Thursday, Dec. 26, 2013, President Mark B. Rosenberg and Provost and Executive Vice President Douglas Wartzok delivered this message to the […]

Promoting health equity in Guatemala

Promoting health equity in Guatemala

In April of 2013, anthropology and physics major Camila Uzcategui spent a weekend with more than 100 people she had […]

In my own words: Hope Institute experience ‘life changing’

In my own words: Hope Institute experience ‘life changing’

Laura Hernandez is Women’s Caucus chair of the FIU College Democrats. The 20-year-old junior is triple majoring in political science, […]

TEDxFIU: The art of the God particle

TEDxFIU: The art of the God particle

Pete E.C. Markowitz is a physicist with expertise in the electromagnetic production of quarks (especially strange quarks), exotic forms of […]

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Roary’s Winter Wonderland

Roary’s Winter Wonderland

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FIU President Mark B. Rosenberg joins Miami Northwestern Principal Wallace Aristide in celebrating the school’s “A” grade, the first in its history.

Education Effect helps Miami Northwestern achieve historic “A”

Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) announced Wednesday that Miami Northwestern Senior High School (MNW) has achieved the first “A” grade […]

Fighting gridlock with your smartphone

Fighting gridlock with your smartphone

How do you get people in car-obsessed South Florida to ride the bus? That is the question FIU leaders asked […]

Understanding genes could help save coral reefs

Understanding genes could help save coral reefs

By Robyn Nissim and Alexandra Pecharich Scientists estimate that one-third of the planet’s existing coral reefs could be lost in […]

Magnetic properties in graphene could unlock broad applications from information processing to medicine

Magnetic properties in graphene could unlock broad applications from information processing to medicine

In the three years since the Nobel Committee awarded its prize in physics for the discovery of graphene – a […]

akeem Buckles, who transferred to FIU from Louisville, will face his former team for the first team on Dec. 21 at the U.S. Century Bank Arena.

Panthers relish opportunity to host defending national champions

By Joel Delgado ’12 MS ’17 Never before has a defending national champion stepped into the U.S. Century Bank Arena […]

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TEDxFIU: Fast, easy, cheap explosives detection

TEDxFIU: Fast, easy, cheap explosives detection

Kelley Peters is a doctoral student in chemistry at FIU, where she is developing new methods for on-site detection of […]

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The FIU-Royal Caribbean partnership

The FIU-Royal Caribbean partnership

On Thursday, Dec. 19, 2013, President Mark B. Rosenberg delivered this message to the FIU community: Dear FIU Family: We […]

FIU recognized for efforts to help students  complete graduate degrees

FIU recognized for efforts to help students complete graduate degrees

FIU’s University Graduate School received the Educational Testing Service (ETS)/ Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) award for Innovation in Promoting […]

Slideshow: Worlds Ahead Tour at the Georgia Aquarium

Slideshow: Worlds Ahead Tour at the Georgia Aquarium

The FIU Alumni Association kicked off their Worlds Ahead Tour this November in Atlanta, Ga. Over 150 alumni attended the […]

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