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Why frogs need saving

Why frogs need saving

On April 29, the world’s frogs are celebrated on Save The Frogs Day. But throughout the year, FIU researchers go […]

Congressman Ted Deutch (FL-22) kicks off the Coastal Sustainability Briefing on Capitol Hill.

FIU leads dialogue on coastal sustainability at the White House, Capitol Hill

As Congress negotiates a funding bill to keep the federal government open, FIU’s Institute of Water and Environment leadership engages […]

FIU law dean Acosta confirmed as  U.S. Labor Secretary

FIU law dean Acosta confirmed as U.S. Labor Secretary

Today, FIU College of Law Dean R. Alexander Acosta was sworn in as the 27th United States Secretary of Labor. […]

Labor Secretary Acosta made his mark at FIU Law

Labor Secretary Acosta made his mark at FIU Law

FIU College of Law Dean R. Alexander Acosta, who was sworn in on March 28 as U.S. Secretary of Labor, created a […]

Remy Dou

Researcher finds passion for science, not grades, key to STEM career

Remy Dou always dreamed of a science career. That dream, Remy hoped, would be realized at Harvard. He applied. He […]

FIU researcher Rolando Santos examines baited remote underwater video to study fish in newly opened Joe Bay.

Scientists study portion of Everglades closed to people for decades

After nearly 40 years of being closed off to the public, visitors to Everglades National Park can now explore Joe […]

Drop-in series: Envision a more powerful you

Drop-in series: Envision a more powerful you

Inspired by the late Steve Jobs’ commencement speech at Stanford University where he shared how auditing a calligraphy class in […]

FIU designated ‘Voter-Friendly Campus’

FIU designated ‘Voter-Friendly Campus’

FIU was recently named one of 83 campuses – and one of just six schools in Florida – designated as […]

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Natural oyster bed as seen at low tide in the Lynhaven Inlet off the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia Beach, Va.

Oysters hold secrets to Chesapeake Bay’s past

People began to negatively impact the water quality of the Chesapeake Bay earlier than previously thought, a new study finds. […]

Digital media professor among ‘New Generation of Dreamers of South Florida’

Digital media professor among ‘New Generation of Dreamers of South Florida’

  By Camila Fernandez The Miami Times recently recognized School of Communication and Journalism (SCJ) professor, author and activist Moses […]

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Alumna to appear on Netflix show ‘Dear White People’

Alumna to appear on Netflix show ‘Dear White People’

Alumna Crystal-Lee Naomi will appear in an episode of the new Netflix series “Dear White People,” which premiers April 28. […]

Volunteers expand preserve’s pollinator gardens for Earth Day

Volunteers expand preserve’s pollinator gardens for Earth Day

  In celebration of Earth Day, the FIU community came together for several different events to help make the university […]

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Recreational therapy student dedicates her life’s work to helping veterans

Recreational therapy student dedicates her life’s work to helping veterans

At the tender age of 14, Alexandra Millet resolved to find a career where she could help people with disabilities. […]

FIU graduates do well by doing good

FIU graduates do well by doing good

Social entrepreneurship runs deep with the class of 2017 While traveling in Asia, Ari Sernik volunteered at a Cambodian orphanage […]

Undergrad research introduces students to the life sciences

Undergrad research introduces students to the life sciences

Earlier this month, more than 200 life sciences undergraduate faculty members and students from all across southern Florida judged or […]