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What changes with new U.S.-Cuba foreign policy?

What changes with new U.S.-Cuba foreign policy?

President Obama announced today the reestablishment of full diplomatic relations with Cuba, which had been severed since 1961. The United States […]

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FIU students overcome homelessness, poverty, violence to earn degrees

FIU students overcome homelessness, poverty, violence to earn degrees

  U.S. Army veteran Rodney Demerritte, math teacher Esther Fineus Joseph and communications student Sally Sarmiento have overcome challenges such […]

Alumna introduces Vice President Biden at White House college summit

Alumna introduces Vice President Biden at White House college summit

D.C. weekly update: While FIU made historic commitments in Washington D.C. to expand college access, an FIU alumna introduced Vice […]

Pianist Enrique Chia to headline 10th annual Classically Cuban concert at FIU

Pianist Enrique Chia to headline 10th annual Classically Cuban concert at FIU

Cuban pianist Enrique Chía will headline this year’s Classically Cuban: Musical Memories of Cuba concert presented by FIU’s University’s Cuban […]

D.C. Update: Immigration, higher education back on the front burner

D.C. Update: Immigration, higher education back on the front burner

As the dust settles from the midterm elections and Congress returned to Washington, immigration, higher education and Ebola were center […]

Healthy snacks venture delivers lessons and recognition

Healthy snacks venture delivers lessons and recognition

The quest to introduce a healthy snack product, Natural Sins, to U.S. consumers has proven a challenge for FIU’s College […]

Top tips for studying abroad

Top tips for studying abroad

Every year hundreds of students consider signing up for courses and programs that take them around the world. Sure, it […]

Top 5 things college students need to know about the health care law

Top 5 things college students need to know about the health care law

As the nation approaches the second year of the Affordable Care Act, there are still looming questions about the health […]

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Watch: TEDxFIU 2014, A Fearless Journey

Watch: TEDxFIU 2014, A Fearless Journey

For more on the annual event, visit tedxfiu.com.

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U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services visits FIU to discuss affordable health care

U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services visits FIU to discuss affordable health care

On Monday, Nov. 17, United States Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell visited FIU to discuss national and […]

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Digital media professor Moses Shumow recognized for excellence in engagement

Digital media professor Moses Shumow recognized for excellence in engagement

By Alexandra Rodriguez-Carhartt For his work with high school students in Liberty City, Moses Shumow, assistant professor in the School of […]

College of Business IMBA program ranked No. 56 in Businessweek

College of Business IMBA program ranked No. 56 in Businessweek

In its first-ever ranking by Bloomberg Businessweek, the International MBA program at FIU’s College of Business was among the best in […]

Three statues portraying a wounded soldier being helped, stand on the grounds of the Minneapolis VA Hospital (Photo: Jim Mone, AP).

Private veterans care? Caution: We’ve already tried it

The following op-ed by FIU history professor Jessica L. Adler was originally published in USA TODAY. Adler’s research focuses on […]

Battle-tested veterans earn FIU nursing degrees

Battle-tested veterans earn FIU nursing degrees

In his 20-year Army career, Victor Arvizu was used to making split-second, life-saving decisions on the battlefield. Now the retired […]

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College of Business offers military veterans new opportunities

College of Business offers military veterans new opportunities

After a 22-year career in military intelligence for the U.S. Marine Corps, Joseph Sinicrope was ready to retire from active […]