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FIU in D.C. update: FIU Ebola expert visits White House

FIU in D.C. update: FIU Ebola expert visits White House

In the week leading up to the mid-term elections, FIU’s strength in global health response, coastal ecosystems and local educational […]

Where are they now? Past TEDxFIU speakers check in

Where are they now? Past TEDxFIU speakers check in

  Two years. Twenty speakers. Three musical performances. One talk from 60 feet below the surface of the ocean. TEDxFIU […]

Education Effect partnership helps propel student art gallery, mural at Miami Northwestern

Education Effect partnership helps propel student art gallery, mural at Miami Northwestern

In collaboration with FIU’s Education Effect partnership, students at Miami Northwestern (MNW) Senior High School recently celebrated the opening of the […]

Nikiema Moustapha has successfully implemented Climate Smart Agriculture techniques in his corn field in the village of Tama, Burkina Faso.

FIU offers hope for Burkina Faso’s abandoned crop fields

FIU’s Global Waters for Sustainability Program (GLOWS) is bringing life to unhealthy and abandoned crop fields in Burkina Faso. Loss […]

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Linguist believes ISIS terrorist is Canadian

Linguist believes ISIS terrorist is Canadian

FIU’s Phillip Carter was recently asked by “Inside Edition” to analyze the latest propaganda video released by the terror group known as […]

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HWCOM student Geoffrey Collett examines a patient during his internship in Kenya

Eyes of Africa: Medical student interns in Kenya

  Geoffrey Collett is a second year medical student at the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine (HWCOM) and is president […]

Alumna’s beauty pageant title helps her build homes in Haiti

Alumna’s beauty pageant title helps her build homes in Haiti

For years Natacha Sarthou Kalicharan ’94 supported Food for the Poor, but just feeding the children was not enough. She […]

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The White House comes to campus

The White House comes to campus

This week, President Obama’s top science adviser was on campus, FIU research was on center stage –both in Miami and Washington, […]

Ask FIU’s Ebola expert anything on Reddit Oct. 3

Ask FIU’s Ebola expert anything on Reddit Oct. 3

The Ebola epidemic has hit close to home with a confirmed case in the U.S. Dr. Aileen Marty, an FIU […]

FIU students help newly arrived immigrant children

FIU students help newly arrived immigrant children

FIU students and professors are assisting newly arrived immigrant children, who are currently in the custody of federal immigration authorities, […]

Back from West Africa, FIU doctor calls for resources and training to fight Ebola

Back from West Africa, FIU doctor calls for resources and training to fight Ebola

FIU professor Dr. Aileen Marty has returned to Miami after 31days in Nigeria, serving with the World Health Organization’s Global […]

Quantum mechanics to charge your laptop? FIU prof is on it

Quantum mechanics to charge your laptop? FIU prof is on it

By Jim Harper Top scientists from UC Berkeley and MIT found the expertise they lacked at FIU. They invited Sakhrat […]

FIU's College of Engineering and Computing launched the Engineers on Wheels initiative at Booker T. Washington Senior High School this week.

FIU brings STEM education to public schools with launch of Engineers on Wheels

Booker T. Washington Senior High School sophomore Victor Fleary could not take his eyes off the sleek Formula One racecar […]

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FIU Law student spends summer at The Hague Academy

FIU Law student spends summer at The Hague Academy

FIU students have spent the summer doing some pretty cool things. You can read about their adventures in our Summer […]

Letter to freshmen from Gov. Rick Scott

Letter to freshmen from Gov. Rick Scott

The following is Governor Rick Scott’s annual letter to Florida’s college freshmen. In his 2014 address, the governor asks freshmen […]

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