Post Tagged with: "College of Arts & Sciences"

POTUS, Bill Nye and 5 Panthers in the Everglades

POTUS, Bill Nye and 5 Panthers in the Everglades

President Obama decided to celebrate Earth Day, April 22, right in FIU’s backyard. With Florida’s Everglades National Park as a back […]

Title page of the First Folio. Photo courtesy of the Folger Shakespeare Library.

Dates announced for Shakespeare’s First Folio exhibit

William Shakespeare’s First Folio is slated to arrive at FIU’s Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum in February 2016. As part of […]

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Choosing a ‘wild’ life: A journey of self-discovery, environmental writing in the Everglades

Choosing a ‘wild’ life: A journey of self-discovery, environmental writing in the Everglades

Last fall, six FIU students — all aspiring writers — were selected to join the Everglades Wilderness Writing Program. The […]

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FIU sea level rise experts visit White House

FIU sea level rise experts visit White House

The Cherry Blossoms were in full bloom this week in Washington, D.C. as FIU’s researchers briefed the White House and […]

$20 million gift transforms School of International and Public Affairs

$20 million gift transforms School of International and Public Affairs

FIU has named its School of International and Public Affairs in honor of Ambassador Steven J. Green. Green, along with his wife Dorothea […]

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Summer camps offer youth a university experience

Summer camps offer youth a university experience

Looking for an engaging and educational way for your child to spend the summer? Look no further. FIU will host a […]

Provost Awards honors Worlds Ahead graduate students, faculty

Provost Awards honors Worlds Ahead graduate students, faculty

By Daniel Pimentel Every year the University Graduate School celebrates FIU’s outstanding graduate students and faculty with the Provost Awards. Held […]

Physics and engineering faculty receive NSF CAREER awards for STEM research

Physics and engineering faculty receive NSF CAREER awards for STEM research

The National Science Foundation (NSF) recognized physicist Jin He and environmental engineer Omar Abdul-Aziz as recipients of the Faculty Early […]

Mini-symposium highlights light-based technologies

Mini-symposium highlights light-based technologies

Using lasers to heal scars caused by third-degree burns or past surgeries. Redesigning microscopes in order to place them inside […]

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Outstanding Student Life Award winners announced

Outstanding Student Life Award winners announced

On Thursday, Apr. 2, the annual Outstanding Student Life Awards recognized three student organizations and 21 student leaders who serve […]

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Mike Heithaus

Heithaus appointed dean of Arts & Sciences

Mike Heithaus has been appointed the dean of FIU’s College of Arts & Sciences. Heithaus, who has served as interim […]

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14th Annual Torch Awards Gala breaks attendance record

14th Annual Torch Awards Gala breaks attendance record

With over 800 people in attendance this year, the 14th Annual Torch Awards Gala broke a university record. “We know […]

Common buckeye butterfly 
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Butterflies fall victim to mosquito control

South Florida’s butterflies have become the unintended victim of insecticide control, according to FIU researchers. A five-year study by scientists […]

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D.C. Update: Federal budget proposal puts Pell grants in peril

D.C. Update: Federal budget proposal puts Pell grants in peril

This week in D.C., Congress passed a troubling budget proposal for federal financial aid, but FIU advocates were not deterred from promoting FIU […]

Sen. Anitere Flores, center, joins members of FIU's Student Government Association during FIU Day at the Capitol.

Students, trustees meet legislators during FIU Day at the Capitol

When Sen. Anitere Flores looked out at the group of FIU Panthers gathered at the state Capitol recently, she felt […]

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