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Professor uses computer science to reduce patients’ exposure to radiation from CT scans

Professor uses computer science to reduce patients’ exposure to radiation from CT scans

When a doctor orders a CT perfusion scan, most people don’t give it a second thought as it’s necessary to […]

New initiative targets solutions for violence against women

New initiative targets solutions for violence against women

Social gender-based violence is a global pandemic. One in three women worldwide will experience physical or sexual abuse in her […]

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.  […]

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Empowering Haiti one ‘sole’ at a time

The journey to changing the world began with handing out water bottles to earthquake survivors in Haiti. That’s when, in […]

Students embrace the challenge of redesigning a coastal park in the face of rising seas

Students embrace the challenge of redesigning a coastal park in the face of rising seas

Historic Virginia Key Beach Park – an 82-acre oasis on a barrier island tucked off the causeway just before Key […]

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Don Quixote in a wheelchair: Remembering a legendary warrior for the disabled

Don Quixote in a wheelchair: Remembering a legendary warrior for the disabled

A curious, hand-drawn picture hung in professor Andrew “Drew” Batavia’s office: a Picasso-style Don Quixote de la Mancha, with spear […]

Alumna hopes debate inspires at-risk students to go to college

Alumna hopes debate inspires at-risk students to go to college

– By Stephanie Villavicencio Nalisa Saati ’10, an FIU Honors College alumna, is providing at-risk students in Miami-Dade County with […]

A ‘pouf’ could change lives in India, with help from FIU students

A ‘pouf’ could change lives in India, with help from FIU students

It was a concept born in Venezuela and nurtured in Miami by FIU business students. Now, it’s flowering in India, […]

Alumnae poets publish new books

Alumnae poets publish new books

April is National Poetry month, and FIU News spoke to alumni who have broken into the ranks of published poets. The […]

Christine Wipfli

Engineering student lands IAEA internship in Vienna

  FIU environmental engineering student Christine Wipfli is experiencing the wonders of Austria first-hand after being selected for a prestigious, one-year […]

Alumni earn M-DCPS principal, assistant principal of the year honors

Alumni earn M-DCPS principal, assistant principal of the year honors

Two FIU alumni earned top honors from Miami-Dade County Public Schools recently. Manuel Sanchez ’94, MS ’95 of Miami Lakes […]

Women in communication three times less likely to hold top management positions

Women in communication three times less likely to hold top management positions

FIU’s Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver Center yesterday released the results of a study that found that women in communication professions are three times […]

SJMC senior wins national public relations award

SJMC senior wins national public relations award

FIU senior Manuela Carvajal was awarded one of the public relations industry’s highest student honors: PRWeek magazine’s 2016 Student of the […]