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Professors build unique partnership around Nepal earthquake research

Professors build unique partnership around Nepal earthquake research

Engineers and social scientists don’t regularly collaborate, but a trio at FIU could set a new trend. N. Emel Ganapati […]

Unearthing data, best practices from Nepal’s earthquake rubble

Unearthing data, best practices from Nepal’s earthquake rubble

Professors in FIU’s OHL School of Construction mount research effort Watching live TV coverage of earthquake destruction in Nepal in […]

On the cusp of greatness: Alumna Teresita Fernandez takes New York art world by storm

On the cusp of greatness: Alumna Teresita Fernandez takes New York art world by storm

By Nick Ducassi Eager tourists stand in the middle of New York City’s Madison Square Park, smartphones and cameras in […]

Panther pride and bonding are perks of alumni travel

Panther pride and bonding are perks of alumni travel

What can be better than travelling across the world to gorgeous locations at discounted group rates? Travelling with an amazing […]

Health avatar could become modern version of doctor’s house call

Health avatar could become modern version of doctor’s house call

By Eric Barton It’s happy hour, and there’s a man, a man with a drinking problem, headed to his favorite […]

Alumna takes on Alaska’s wild side

Alumna takes on Alaska’s wild side

When I tell Meredith Marchioni that I’ve just learned there may be a brown bear nearby, she immediately takes off. Not […]

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Recreation center to double in size with $25 million expansion

Recreation center to double in size with $25 million expansion

During a break in classes, sophomore psychology major Jacob Barasch wants nothing more than to get in some concentrated exercise […]

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Fast-growing cybersecurity program probes ‘ethical hacking’

Fast-growing cybersecurity program probes ‘ethical hacking’

By Dan Grech MFA ’12 Andrew De La Rosa was an FIU undergraduate studying computer engineering when he enrolled in […]

FIU Then and Now

FIU Then and Now

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the university’s founding, FIU Magazine takes a journey back in time. Sharing images provided by Special Collections & University Archives, […]

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Teacher and poet, rebel and traveler, David Menasche showed us how to live

Teacher and poet, rebel and traveler, David Menasche showed us how to live

We didn’t know how close he was to the end. FIU graduate David Menasche ’97 would die of brain cancer […]

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The Hope Clinic: Law students help young people in immigration limbo

An army of volunteers helps thousands find a future through DACA By Eric Barton The first people started lining up outside […]

A legacy of leadership

A legacy of leadership

For 30 years, Beverly Dalrymple has helped students develop personal leadership skills In her small office on the second floor […]

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FIU in the Next Gen: Education

FIU in the Next Gen: Education

What will FIU’s student body look like in 50 years, and how and what will students learn? In the 50 years since […]

FIU in the Next Gen: Research

FIU in the Next Gen: Research

How will the discoveries and inventions of FIU faculty impact the world of the future? In the 50 years since […]

FIU in the Next Gen: Partnerships

FIU in the Next Gen: Partnerships

How will FIU deepen its relationship with community leaders to solve problems and bring greater opportunity to students? In the […]