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Jolene Fan

Worlds Ahead grad excels in computer engineering

Jolene Fan moved across the country when she was only 16 to study computer engineering at FIU. Today she is […]

A force for the future: Communication professors train local police to connect with citizens

A force for the future: Communication professors train local police to connect with citizens

Police officers are trained to protect and serve the public. They are taught to evaluate a dangerous situation in a […]

Alumnus’ journey to the North Pole unforgettable

Alumnus’ journey to the North Pole unforgettable

Last year, FIU professor David Kadko led a team of 51 U.S. scientists into the Arctic on the U.S. Coast […]

Mandela Fellows host awareness campaign at FIU

Mandela Fellows host awareness campaign at FIU

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” –Nelson Mandela These famous words inspired […]

Competition shines a light on finance students

Competition shines a light on finance students

At first glance, spending seven hours locked in a hotel room doesn’t seem like much of an honor. But that’s […]

President Rosenberg meets with Congressman Curbelo

FIU in D.C.: Possible Pell grant increase, Rosenberg advocates for research grants

In the same week that the House Appropriations committee signaled a potential increase to Pell grant awards, President Mark B. […]

State Department offers students, faculty opportunities to study, research abroad

State Department offers students, faculty opportunities to study, research abroad

More than 300,000 American college students study abroad each year, a number that’s on the rise; and those who do […]

‘Dump Trump’ likely to be unsuccessful, experts say

‘Dump Trump’ likely to be unsuccessful, experts say

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump faces a counter-offensive from Republican delegates rebelling against his candidacy. The movement threatens to […]

FIU community reflects on recent shootings

FIU community reflects on recent shootings

The deaths this week of two black men at the hands of police reignited heated debate nationwide concerning police brutality. […]

Labor report shows early childhood education must become crucial investment

Labor report shows early childhood education must become crucial investment

As part of a new op-ed series, FIU News shares the expertise and diverse perspectives of members of the university community. In […]

4 things you need to know about Brexit

4 things you need to know about Brexit

In the wake of the United Kingdom’s (U.K.) vote to leave the European Union (EU), numerous questions hang in the […]

Alumnus Richard Blanco pens tribute to Orlando victims

Alumnus Richard Blanco pens tribute to Orlando victims

In the weeks following the shootings at a gay nightclub in Orlando that killed 49 people, the nation has rallied to […]

Doctor returns to Africa: Why the fight against Ebola is not over

Doctor returns to Africa: Why the fight against Ebola is not over

Ebola has faded from the headlines. It has taken a back seat to Zika, the latest terrible disease making news […]

TEDxFIU: Finding purpose and peace

TEDxFIU: Finding purpose and peace

Child advocate Nelson F. Hincapie ’06 has worked directly with hundreds of children in foster care and many who are aging […]

Disaster preparedness goes mobile with new app

Disaster preparedness goes mobile with new app

Business owners now have a new tool to help them prepare for disasters thanks to a mobile disaster preparedness application […]