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Yannis Papastamatiou will appear on National Geographic's 700 Sharks. Photo by Laurent Ballesta.

700 sharks, 6 divers, 1 feeding frenzy

Yannis Papastamatiou’s night dive with sharks is about to go on display before the world when 700 Sharks premiers at […]

Jorge and Darlene Pérez

Jorge And Darlene Pérez donate $1 million to Honors College

Local philanthropists and civic leaders Jorge and Darlene Pérez have donated $1 million to the Honors College. The gift— the […]

Taking a vacation abroad? Tips for a safe and healthy trip

Taking a vacation abroad? Tips for a safe and healthy trip

July is America’s most popular vacation month, and with school out for the summer, many families have time to take […]

My internship with United Way Worldwide

My internship with United Way Worldwide

Name: Alexandra Thulin Hometown: Miami, FL What is your major? Master of Arts in Global Affairs Where are you interning? […]

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Oh the places you’ll go: FIU accounting students get “Seuss”ian insights from a corporate success story

Oh the places you’ll go: FIU accounting students get “Seuss”ian insights from a corporate success story

Right off the bat it was clear the presentation by Will Billings, vice president and global controller at World Fuel […]

The award-winning fleet that keeps FIU ‘rolling’

The award-winning fleet that keeps FIU ‘rolling’

As soon as you step foot onto campus, you can spot them on any corner. Five-hundred and twenty units of […]

Meet BOLD president Valentina Lara

Meet BOLD president Valentina Lara

Valentina Lara, is the president of BOLD!, FIU’s student-run communications agency. The agency gives students the opportunity to work as […]

4 students to embark on Arctic mission through Northwest Passage

4 students to embark on Arctic mission through Northwest Passage

Four FIU students will embark on a three-week expedition through the Arctic Ocean’s Northwest Passage later this summer. The students […]

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Former Turkish diplomat researching Venezuelan foreign policy at FIU

Former Turkish diplomat researching Venezuelan foreign policy at FIU

Graduate student spent two years stationed at the Turkish Embassy in Caracas Before becoming a Ph.D. student in international relations […]

Arash Moshkforoush

Doctoral student combines love of math and engineering to address neurological disorders

Born and raised in Tehran, Iran, Arash Moshkforoush grew up with a passion for a combination of mathematics and understanding […]

Got my first job! Working as a meteorologist in Colorado

Got my first job! Working as a meteorologist in Colorado

Name: Nicolette Sheaks ’17 Hometown: Miami Lakes, Florida Degree/major: Atmospheric science and broadcast journalism Where are you working? Title? KKCO/KJCT Grand Junction, Colorado Weekend […]

Helping downtown businesses grow

Helping downtown businesses grow

Downtown Miami has traditionally been Miami’s entrepreneurial hub, dating back to the days of Henry Flagler’s Royal Palm Hotel in […]

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Graduate students who are taught to teach are more likely to be prepared for the realities of working in higher education without losing their touch in research, according to a new study.

The case for teaching how to teach

Graduate students who are taught how to teach are more likely to be prepared for the realities of working in […]

Skating into a business future

Skating into a business future

Many FIU students have hidden talents. But few can look back and reminisce about life as a world-class figure skater […]

Sunscreen basics: What kind, how much, how often?

Sunscreen basics: What kind, how much, how often?

Summer is synonymous with outdoor fun—the beach, camping, hiking, fishing – which means you’ll be spending lots of time under […]