Cuban-American Ebola fighter goes where others fear to tread
Dr. Aileen Marty takes on World Health Organization assignments in West Africa to lead efforts to stem spread of the deadly virus.
The revival of FIU’s Nature Preserve
MMC’s newly revived nature preserve is an educational and recreational outlet.
Global citizens in action
FIU turns out Peace Corps volunteers ready to save the world
How to write a story
Creative Writing professor and best-selling novelist John Dufresne’s quick guide to writing
The future is now: the Young Alumni Council
A new group has been established to get recent graduates actively involved.
The Radical Scientist
FIU’s Marcus Cooke uses novel approaches to search for medical cures
FIU alumni among Washington, D.C., rising stars
– The politics are personal for Kate Yglesias Houghton ’06
– D.C. alumnus works to build stronger cities, better government
Life takes a new track after prison, law school
Desmond Meade JD ’14 overcame homelessness, drug addiction and incarceration before taking on his current battle.
A touch of character
Primera Casa gets an artistic addition as the university opens to students.
Very Important Panther
Alumna demonstrates the potential of a nursing career
Diane Faulconer ’74, MS ’74, reflects on her 40-year journey.
Winter 2014-15 Class Notes
See what your classmates have been up to. Find out who got a promotion, changed jobs, married, had a baby, earned an award or published a book.
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