Archive for March, 2013

Sand volleyball home opener

Sand volleyball opens inaugural home season with double-dual sweep

Sand volleyball kicked off its inaugural home season on Saturday, as the Panthers swept Webber International in a double dual at […]

Yoani Sanchez lecture to be broadcast live

Yoani Sanchez lecture to be broadcast live

Cuban blogger and independent journalist Yoani Sanchez is scheduled to speak at FIU at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 1, 2013. […]

Yoani Sanchez to present at FIU; FIU experts available to analyze lecture

FIU’s Cuban Research Institute will host Cuban blogger and independent journalist, Yoani Sánchez, for a lecture on the role of […]

FIU community honors distinguished alumni at the 2013 Torch Awards

FIU community honors distinguished alumni at the 2013 Torch Awards

Neon-clad people and electronic music filled the streets of downtown Miami this past Saturday thanks to the Ultra Music Festival, […]

FIU family remembers Butler Waugh

The university community came together March 26 in front of the PC building to honor one of its founding fathers, […]

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College of Business FBLA-PBL contingent at the 63rd Annual State Leadership Conference.

Business students bring home 15 awards from state conference

The 63rd Annual State Leadership Conference for Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) yielded impressive results […]

Step out of your comfort zone during Diversity Week 2013

Step out of your comfort zone during Diversity Week 2013

Cultural diversity is a central component of who we are at FIU. During Diversity Week 2013 – starting Monday, April […]

College of Law to offer Master of Laws degree beginning fall 2014

The College of Law will offer a Master of  Laws degree, a one-year program for attorneys holding law degrees from […]

FIU symposium to explore Cuban migration

FIU symposium to explore Cuban migration

FIU’s Cuban Research Institute (CRI) is hosting “The Cuban Diaspora in the World” on Thursday, March 28, 2013. The event […]

Indie filmmaker offers humorous take on recession

Indie filmmaker offers humorous take on recession

Zachary Weil JD ’09 was still a law student when he began writing the script for his movie “Taste It: […]

SEAS launches ‘Our Common Future’ lecture series

SEAS launches ‘Our Common Future’ lecture series

The School of Environment, Arts and Society (SEAS) will inaugurate the “Our Common Future” lecture series with a talk, “The […]

Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Ford to receive Lawrence A. Sanders Award

Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Ford to receive Lawrence A. Sanders Award

Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Ford will receive the 4th annual Lawrence A. Sanders Award for Fiction from the Creative Writing […]

Video exclusive: Panther LIFE offers hope to students with intellectual disabilities

Students with intellectual disabilities have been given the opportunity to gain a meaningful college experience through the Panther LIFE (Learning […]

American Council on Education names Patricia L. Price an ACE Fellow

American Council on Education names Patricia L. Price an ACE Fellow

Patricia L. Price, professor of geography in the Department of Global and Sociocultural Studies at FIU, has been named an […]

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Inaugural Media Arts Festival to promote student and local visual media artists

Inaugural Media Arts Festival to promote student and local visual media artists

The School of Journalism and Mass Communication (SJMC) is launching the FIU Media Arts Festival (MAF) to promote new visual […]

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