Arts & Culture

Through a lens brightly: Photographer Noelle Theard MA ’10

Through a lens brightly: Photographer Noelle Theard MA ’10

Noelle Theard MA ’10 is a photographer and an educator. Born in El Paso, Texas, to a French mother and […]

Earth Day art exhibit on Green Lake

Earth Day art exhibit on Green Lake

In recognition of International Earth Day, local artists were invited by the Honors College to creatively transform foam cubes into […]

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Rendering of Miami River building, to be completed Spring 2015

Honors College students’ mural to be displayed on new Miami River building

The Honors College is joining forces with developer Alex Mantecon, an FIU Honors alumnus and member of its Community Advisory […]

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Denise Duhamel, professor in the FIU Creative Writing Program in the Department of English

Duhamel becomes third creative writing professor to earn Guggenheim Fellowship

FIU creative writing professor Denise Duhamel has been named a 2014 Guggenheim Fellow. Duhamel is one of 178 scholars, artists […]

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FIU grad P. Scott Cunningham turns Miami into a hip poetry hub

FIU grad P. Scott Cunningham turns Miami into a hip poetry hub

By Dan Grech The invitation, in true P. Scott Cunningham style, was irresistible. He’s throwing an “old-fashioned book party” in […]

Amy Tan shares her journey of creativity with FIU

Amy Tan shares her journey of creativity with FIU

Critically acclaimed author Amy Tan charmed a crowd of hundreds of people at BBC last week for the Creative Writing […]

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FIU hosts BioFlorida’s First Latin America-U.S. Conference in Life Sciences

FIU hosts BioFlorida’s First Latin America-U.S. Conference in Life Sciences

FIU will host the inaugural BioFlorida Latin America & Caribbean Life Sciences Conference, a two-day event (March 27-28) focused on […]

Best-selling author Amy Tan to be honored by FIU in April

Best-selling author Amy Tan to be honored by FIU in April

Critically acclaimed author Amy Tan will visit FIU Thursday, April 3 to receive the Creative Writing Program’s Lawrence Sanders Award […]

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The Wolfsonian-FIU launches Power of Design festival

The Wolfsonian-FIU launches Power of Design festival

The “Power of Design 2014: Complaints” project will unite participants in a milestone event March 20-23, using art and design […]

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Graduate student creates online history exhibit of Haiti

Graduate student creates online history exhibit of Haiti

The second floor Green Library display cases currently showcase 1,800 years of history on one of the Caribbean’s most misunderstood […]

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The Wolfsonian-FIU launches Discovering Design series of family programs

The Wolfsonian-FIU launches Discovering Design series of family programs

The Wolfsonian-FIU is excited to announce Discovering Design, a new series of family programs that kicks off March 1, 2014 […]

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All-access pass to the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival

All-access pass to the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival

Every year for four days in February the national media, wine lovers and foodies turn their full attention to South […]

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A lens on truth: photos that changed the world on display at Frost

A lens on truth: photos that changed the world on display at Frost

Even college students born with cellphone cameras at their disposal and raised on Instagram cannot look away. In a world […]

FIU Law Professor Jose Gabilondo (left) presents Michael Gillespie (right) of the Center for the Humanities in an Urban Environment with a copy of his latest book.

Law professor gives book earnings to humanities center

To teach is to touch a life forever. Those words could not be any more true for FIU Law Professor […]

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Spanish professor receives NEH grant to study avant-garde poetry

Spanish professor receives NEH grant to study avant-garde poetry

Renee Silverman, professor of Spanish Peninsular Literature in the Department of Modern Languages, has received a grant from the National […]

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