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Cuban-American Ebola fighter goes where others fear to tread

Cuban-American Ebola fighter goes where others fear to tread

Fighting Ebola is all in a day’s work for Dr. Aileen Marty. The 25-year Navy veteran, now with the Herbert […]

The revival of FIU’s Nature Preserve

The revival of FIU’s Nature Preserve

Campuswide effort transforms MMC’s 16-acre habitat into a green oasis Take a look at an aerial image from South Beach […]

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FIU builds cooperative ties to the East

FIU builds cooperative ties to the East

FIU’s relationship with the world’s largest continent continues to grow. As the center of global economic power shifts and as […]

Global citizens in action: FIU turns out Peace Corps volunteers ready to save the world

Global citizens in action: FIU turns out Peace Corps volunteers ready to save the world

From Morocco to the Philippines, FIU graduates have served the Peace Corps in more than 60 countries around the world, […]

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Life takes a new track after prison, law school

Life takes a new track after prison, law school

Alumnus rises from the depths of drug abuse and incarceration to advocate for others’ rights as a College of Law […]

The politics are personal for Kate Yglesias Houghton ’06

The politics are personal for Kate Yglesias Houghton ’06

Kate Yglesias Houghton ’06 advocates for social justice on behalf of women in her leadership role at the Democratic National […]

Free radical scientist Marcus Cooke uses novel approaches to search for medical cures

Free radical scientist Marcus Cooke uses novel approaches to search for medical cures

By Eric Barton Marcus Cooke grew up in Peterborough, England, and in secondary school he found himself friends with an […]

Interest in Asian Studies at FIU explodes

Interest in Asian Studies at FIU explodes

Growing up in Miami far from any cultural connection to Asia, Jennifer Garcia ’09, MA ’11, became enchanted with the […]

The past and the present meet

The past and the present meet

Study Abroad students see how Asian artistic traditions influence contemporary art By Karen-Janine Cohen FIU students with an interest in […]

The future Is now: the Young Alumni Council

The future Is now: the Young Alumni Council

by Natalie Montaner ’13 A new group has been established to get recent graduates actively involved with their alma mater […]

A touch of character

A touch of character

First FIU President Charles E. Perry, left, stands in 1972 on the steps of FIU’s first building, Primera Casa, with American artist Albert Vrana. To enhance […]

Top surgeon has been caring for FIU student-athletes for two decades

Top surgeon has been caring for FIU student-athletes for two decades

Fifteen FIU cheerleaders were waiting to get their physicals over the summer when the resident physician was unable to show. […]

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Training the trainers: FIU program a cut above

Training the trainers: FIU program a cut above

Tiffany Yam was working in the athletic training department at her alma mater, Rutgers University in New Jersey, when she […]

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Unlocking the keys to a lifetime of career success

Unlocking the keys to a lifetime of career success

Thinking ahead and taking small steps will lead to you to the big goal, explains alum Poor grades in high […]

Lessons in LIFE: The first Panther LIFE Residential Program in images

Lessons in LIFE: The first Panther LIFE Residential Program in images

For three weeks in May, 14 college-aged young people with intellectual disabilities came together to live at FIU’s Modesto A. […]