Archive for November, 2017

Cody Eggenberger

Is Everglades restoration good for fish?

Florida’s economy depends on healthy fish, but little is known about how Everglades restoration efforts affect some of the state’s […]

Conversation on sexual assault heads to the classroom

Conversation on sexual assault heads to the classroom

FIU is joining an elite few universities to offer an academic course on understanding and preventing campus sexual assault. The […]

November 2017 in photos: Homecoming, Walk on Water, soccer

November 2017 in photos: Homecoming, Walk on Water, soccer

By Joel Delgado ’12, MS ’17 We hope you all had a great Thanksgiving! We have a lot to be thankful […]

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My internship with S&P Global

My internship with S&P Global

Name: Lornna Zane Major: Broadcast Media, College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts Where did you intern? This past summer, I interned in Washington, […]

The sculpture by Daniel Joseph Martinez at the entrance of the Frost Art Museum FIU.

Celebrate Art Basel with Breakfast in the Park at the Frost

The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum will host Breakfast in the Park Sunday, Dec. 10, as part of Art Basel Week. […]

Be there as FIU social entrepreneurs enter “shark tank” Dec. 8

Be there as FIU social entrepreneurs enter “shark tank” Dec. 8

Doing good can also mean doing well. That oft-heard refrain is one that StartUP FIU has taken seriously. The business-development […]

Arsenic research lab lands a top journal cover, again

Arsenic research lab lands a top journal cover, again

When research led by one of the doctoral students in his lab recently landed the cover of a top journal […]

Rafael Soriano. Serena imagen, 1991, oil on canvas. Private collection.

For Art Basel, the Frost celebrates Latin American culture

Art Basel season is almost here, and FIU’s Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum has a lineup that will draw the international […]

Panthers play last football game of the season

Panthers play last football game of the season

  On Tuesday, Nov. 28, President Rosenberg sent the following message to the university community: Our football team, under the […]

Idalia Salsamendi '05

Alumna sets trends in the fashion, lifestyle industry

Panthers are leaving their marks on all industries, nationally and internationally. At FIU News, we love catching up with our […]

FIU a top leader in creating opportunities for low-income students

FIU a top leader in creating opportunities for low-income students

The Brookings Institution ranked FIU sixth on its list of selective, public, research-generating universities with the highest levels of low-income […]

Katerina Bryant, Helen Gonzalez, Kerrie Anne Montgomery, Isis Artze-Vega, Maria Rosado & Claudia Gonzalez

FIU in D.C.: Taxes and the future of the workforce

As tax policies affecting universities were debated, FIU welcomed student and faculty advocates to D.C. Tuition deductions at risk in […]

Radiochemistry Ph.D. student Ingrid Lehman-Andino is investigating how to make nuclear energy reusable and less toxic.

Doctoral student wants to make nuclear energy renewable

  The United States has a pretty big problem on its hands – an 80,000-metric-ton radioactive problem. It will take more […]

Alumni have likely produced your favorite local beers

Alumni have likely produced your favorite local beers

North Miami BrewFest has grown in tandem with an FIU beer program that has likely produced the makers of your […]

Les Standiford's "The Man Who Invented Christmas" is being adapted for film starring Dan Stevens, left, as a young Charles Dickens, right.

3 things you didn’t know about ‘A Christmas Carol’

The Man Who Invented Christmas opens in theaters nationwide Nov. 22. The film is based on a book by FIU Creative […]