Posts tagged with: "CARTA"

The rewarding life of a professional artist

The rewarding life of a professional artist

If you asked alumna and FIU employee Peggy Nolan whether or not she had any doubts about deciding to study […]

Broadcast alumna leads in Chicago Spanish media market

Broadcast alumna leads in Chicago Spanish media market

By Carina Vo Teri Arvesu graduated from FIU in 1999 with a bachelor’s in broadcast journalism, later earned a master’s in […]

Panthers of praise: FIUnity brings gospel music to campus

Panthers of praise: FIUnity brings gospel music to campus

FIUnity reviving gospel music in the community Smiling men and women of diverse races, ages and sizes fill the stage […]

Scholarship recipients meet their benefactors for breakfast

Scholarship recipients meet their benefactors for breakfast

When longtime professor of architecture Nicolas Quintana passed away in 2011, his wife, Isabel Quintana, knew she must do something […]

Danny Pino '96

Alumnus, ‘Cold Case’ star Danny Pino discusses perseverance, professional growth with students

Danny Pino ’96, known for detective roles on the crime dramas Cold Case and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, […]

Got my first job! Working as a reporter in Mississippi

Got my first job! Working as a reporter in Mississippi

In this series, recent grads share their journey to landing that first job out of college. After years of studying […]

My internship with Viacom/Nickelodeon

My internship with Viacom/Nickelodeon

Name: Eric Duran Major: Broadcast Media and International Relations, Honors College Where did you intern? Viacom International Media Networks What did you do […]

Miami Motel Stories resurrects historic Little Havana hotel

Miami Motel Stories resurrects historic Little Havana hotel

By Ivan Lopez Miami Motel Stories is an immersive theatre experience the likes of which Miami has never seen before. […]

Turquoise Mountain: Artists Transforming Afghanistan, features traditional Afghan woodwork, ceramics, jewelry and other crafts. 
The exhibit is the first showing of the work since it premiered at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. in 2016.

Turquoise Mountain tells story of Afghanistan’s artistic revival

FIU hosts first showing of Afghan art exhibit since its premiere at the Smithsonian in D.C. in 2016. Abdul Matin […]

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My internship with the State Department

My internship with the State Department

Name: Isaiah Barrett Major: Communications Where did you intern? I interned for the Department of State, International Information Programs (IIP) Office of Design. […]

Journalism grad shares experience covering Hurricane Irma

Journalism grad shares experience covering Hurricane Irma

By Sarah Hernandez As Hurricane Irma drew near and South Florida prepared to either weather the storm or find safer […]

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One alumna’s mission to make arts education accessible in Miami

One alumna’s mission to make arts education accessible in Miami

The familiar sound of pounding drums could be heard throughout the hallways of Dr. Michael Krop Senior High School. A […]

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5 tips on how to conquer public speaking

5 tips on how to conquer public speaking

Do you have a fear of speaking in front of groups? Presenting in front of an audience can seem like […]

Global initiative expands opportunities for students of contemporary art

Global initiative expands opportunities for students of contemporary art

By Andrea Perez The Art Academy of Latvia (LMA) and FIU’s Art + Art History Department have forged a new education initiative […]

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Journalism grad named a Knight CUNYJ Summer Internship fellow

Journalism grad named a Knight CUNYJ Summer Internship fellow

By Camila Fernandez Alumna Cindy Arboleda ’17 got a strange welcome to the Big Apple earlier this year. On her way to her […]

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