Posts tagged with: "CARTA"

FIU professor: Don’t fall for fake news! Here are some tips.

FIU professor: Don’t fall for fake news! Here are some tips.

As with other things in life, Professor Fred Blevens believes it’s important to practice safe news. Blevens teaches communication in […]

College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts partners with Mana Contemporary

College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts partners with Mana Contemporary

FIU creative endeavors will soon have a new home on the east side of town with FIU CARTA @ Mana […]

Architecture students, alumni give voice to Liberty Square residents

Architecture students, alumni give voice to Liberty Square residents

A group of architecture students and recent graduates are working to ensure residents’ voices resonate amid countywide debate regarding the […]

Walk on Water now a statewide event

Walk on Water now a statewide event

Earlier today architecture students climbed into their “shoes” and prepared to defy the limits of expectations by walking on water. Poised […]

Ratcliffe Foundation invests in Arts + Design Incubator at FIU

Ratcliffe Foundation invests in Arts + Design Incubator at FIU

FIU’s College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts (CARTA) has partnered with The Philip E. and Carole R. Ratcliffe Foundation […]

Community members offer students unique insights into their chosen fields

Community members offer students unique insights into their chosen fields

Local professionals filling a need Having a professional architect help with your master’s project can take your work to another […]

Students, alumni at the core of Villain Theater’s rave reviews

Students, alumni at the core of Villain Theater’s rave reviews

  Hidden in a back alley in the heart of Little River– just north of Little Haiti – is an […]

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A force for the future: Communication professors train local police to connect with citizens

A force for the future: Communication professors train local police to connect with citizens

Police officers are trained to protect and serve the public. They are taught to evaluate a dangerous situation in a […]

FIU military graduates overcome odds, change lives

FIU military graduates overcome odds, change lives

FIU to graduate almost 3,800 in ceremonies August 7–9 Staff Sergeants Charmaine and Jean Fortune met at the Robins Air […]

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Empowering Haiti one ‘sole’ at a time

The journey to changing the world began with handing out water bottles to earthquake survivors in Haiti. That’s when, in […]

3D printing brings distant artifacts to FIU

3D printing brings distant artifacts to FIU

The additional 3D printers at the FIU Art + Art History Department‘s Digital Media Laboratory have been another step for FIU […]

Architecture graduate student Danyealah Green-Lemons models the winning outfit design at the third annual Eco Couture Fashion Show March 31.

Students design outfits from recyclable items for fashion show

  The Eco Couture Recycling Fashion Show, which has become one of the Department of Architecture’s signature annual events, celebrated its […]

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Annual Torch Awards gala celebrates 15th anniversary

Annual Torch Awards gala celebrates 15th anniversary

The annual Torch Awards celebrated its 15th anniversary March 19 with a gala honoring distinguished alumni in the FIU community. […]

5 essential career skills and how to develop them at FIU

5 essential career skills and how to develop them at FIU

  It’s a question many students are asking as they prepare to graduate or think about life right after college: […]

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Drop-in series: Small metals, jewelry class inspires creativity

Drop-in series: Small metals, jewelry class inspires creativity

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