Articles by: Karen Cochrane

$10,000 scholarship up for grabs in Red Robin Golden Robin Contest

$10,000 scholarship up for grabs in Red Robin Golden Robin Contest

It’s a culinary throw down guaranteed to pay off big-time for one creative contestant: The folks at Red Robin Gourmet […]

Faculty mentor their colleagues in a newly expanded program

Faculty mentor their colleagues in a newly expanded program

Kathy Quardokus Fisher was finishing her post-doc studies at Oregon State University in readiness for a move to FIU, where she had […]

Preparing women and minorities to lead

Preparing women and minorities to lead

The founding director of a transformational program for faculty and staff helps the underrepresented tap into their potential. Barbara Bader […]

Mentorship is a key educational element

Mentorship is a key educational element

From the editor “Feeling supported and having deep learning experiences during college means everything when it comes to long-term outcomes […]

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Hurricane Matthew Update No. 4 – Resuming limited university operations

Hurricane Matthew Update No. 4 – Resuming limited university operations

Now that the threat of Hurricane Matthew has passed for our area, having had no major impact on our community, […]

Hurricane Matthew Update No. 2

Hurricane Matthew Update No. 2

LATEST UPDATE (OCT. 7 at  9 a.m.) here The National Hurricane Center has issued a tropical storm watch for Miami-Dade and […]

Accountability.fiu.edu: The promise of big data fulfilled

Accountability.fiu.edu: The promise of big data fulfilled

In an age where information is ubiquitous but not always useful, the goal of new university website accountability.fiu.edu is simple: […]

Dean Hampton meets with Baoshen Port officials.

President Rosenberg blogs from China: Radiant Shanghai!

This is President Rosenberg’s seventh annual blog chronicling the TUC-FIU partnership, the annual China Commencement and our students in the […]

The City of North Miami delegation

President Rosenberg blogs from China: Graduation day

This is President Rosenberg’s seventh annual blog chronicling the TUC-FIU partnership, the annual China Commencement and our students in the […]

I met Kun Bao when I visited his wife's restaurant.

President Rosenberg blogs from China: Beyond the numbers

This is President Rosenberg’s seventh annual blog chronicling the TUC-FIU partnership, the annual China Commencement and our students in China.  […]

Do what makes you come alive

Do what makes you come alive

“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive and go do it because what the world […]

College reaffirms commitment to diversity in engineering on White House Demo Day

College reaffirms commitment to diversity in engineering on White House Demo Day

  College of Engineering & Computing Interim Dean Ranu Jung joined more than 100 of her colleagues across the country and […]

New strategic plan sets ambitious goals for next five years

New strategic plan sets ambitious goals for next five years

When university leaders began thinking about FIU’s next strategic plan two years ago, they knew it had to be different. […]

President Rosenberg blogs from China: Buenos dias, Qingdao

President Rosenberg blogs from China: Buenos dias, Qingdao

This is President Rosenberg’s sixth annual blog chronicling the TUC-FIU partnership, the annual China Commencement and our students in the China […]

President Rosenberg blogs from China: Hainan diary

President Rosenberg blogs from China: Hainan diary

This is President Rosenberg’s sixth annual blog chronicling the TUC-FIU partnership, the annual China Commencement and our students in the China […]