Articles by: JoAnn Adkins

Dunk the dean postponed

Dunk the dean postponed

Lambda Chi Alpha’s dunk-a-thon scheduled for Monday, Oct. 17, has been postponed due to weather. A new date for the annual […]

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Dunk the dean Oct. 17

Dunk the dean Oct. 17

He’s the dean of the College of Arts & Sciences. He’s a chemist. He’s the founding director of the International […]

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Geologist makes rare discovery in Dominican Republic

Geologist makes rare discovery in Dominican Republic

Grenville Draper, professor of geology and associate director of Liberal Studies at FIU, has discovered fragments of mantle plume rocks […]

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U.S. ambassador to Spain to deliver lecture at FIU Sept. 19

U.S. ambassador to Spain to deliver lecture at FIU Sept. 19

Alan D. Solomont, the ambassador of the United States to Spain and Andorra, will deliver a lecture Monday, Sept. 19, […]

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English professor becomes National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow

English professor becomes National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow

Yvette R. Piggush, an assistant professor in Department of English at FIU, was recently named a National Endowment for the […]

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Czech Republic’s foreign affairs minister to speak at MMC Sept. 19

Czech Republic’s foreign affairs minister to speak at MMC Sept. 19

Czech Republic Minister of Foreign Affairs Karel Schwarzenberg will deliver a lecture on Monday, Sept. 19, at FIU’s Frost Art Museum, […]

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GLOWS program to bring sustainable water to Rwanda

GLOWS program to bring sustainable water to Rwanda

FIU’s Global Water for Sustainability Program (GLOWS) will be helping to improve water quality in Rwanda. The U.S. Agency for […]

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Former FIU Panther in WWE ‘Tough Enough’ finals

Former FIU Panther in WWE ‘Tough Enough’ finals

Andy Leavine is about to find out if he’s tough enough. The 2010 FIU alum and former Panther football player […]

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Women’s Studies director receives coveted fellowship

Women’s Studies director receives coveted fellowship

Laurie Shrage, professor of philosophy and director of the Women’s Studies Center at FIU, will be spending a year in […]

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Students help family displaced by Japan earthquake

Students help family displaced by Japan earthquake

On April 14, Ayato Kaneko, his wife, their 3-year-old daughter and their 7-month-old son packed all they could fit into […]

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FIU to host teach-in on Egypt

FIU to host teach-in on Egypt

The School of International and Public Affairs will host a teach-in Monday, Feb. 7, to discuss the current state of […]

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National forum on child mental health relocates to Miami

National forum on child mental health relocates to Miami

The internationally acclaimed Niagara Conference for treating mental health problems in children and adolescents is relocating to South Florida. William […]

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Ambassador details his hope for peace in Israel

Israel Ambassador to the United States Michael Oren believes peace can come to Israel in the not-so-distant future, possibly in […]

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Rose named director of School of Integrated Science and Humanity

Rose named director of School of Integrated Science and Humanity

Suzanna Rose, senior associate dean in the College of Arts & Sciences, has been named the director of the School […]

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FIU-incubated company receives lucrative Air Force contract

FIU-incubated company receives lucrative Air Force contract

City Labs, Inc., a company that got its start at FIU, has been awarded a contract for nearly $1 million […]

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