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FIU offers first international criminal justice Ph.D. in the country

FIU offers first international criminal justice Ph.D. in the country

When New Jersey-native Harry Rhea wanted to dedicate his career to international justice, he traveled more than 3,000 miles to […]

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The revival of FIU’s Nature Preserve

The revival of FIU’s Nature Preserve

Campuswide effort transforms MMC’s 16-acre habitat into a green oasis Take a look at an aerial image from South Beach […]

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FIU’s list of same-sex marriage and civil rights experts

FIU’s list of same-sex marriage and civil rights experts

Florida International University has a number of professors who study constitutional law, same-sex issues, and judicial and LGBTQA politics. This […]

Editors’ Picks: Our 14 favorite stories of 2014

Editors’ Picks: Our 14 favorite stories of 2014

Fighting Ebola. A historic mission 63 feet beneath the sea with Fabien Cousteau. A resounding ‘yes’ from the community. FIU and its […]

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Campbell McGrath reads his poem ‘Shopping for Pomegranates at Wal-Mart on New Year’s Day’

Campbell McGrath reads his poem ‘Shopping for Pomegranates at Wal-Mart on New Year’s Day’

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TEDxFIU: Eat healthier and save the environment

TEDxFIU: Eat healthier and save the environment

FIU alumni Brian Machovina ’91, MS ’94, and Eileen McHale ’93 are the inventors of Yonanas, a kitchen appliance that turns frozen fruits into […]

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Global citizens in action: FIU turns out Peace Corps volunteers ready to save the world

Global citizens in action: FIU turns out Peace Corps volunteers ready to save the world

From Morocco to the Philippines, FIU graduates have served the Peace Corps in more than 60 countries around the world, […]

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The politics are personal for Kate Yglesias Houghton ’06

The politics are personal for Kate Yglesias Houghton ’06

Kate Yglesias Houghton ’06 advocates for social justice on behalf of women in her leadership role at the Democratic National […]

Interest in Asian Studies at FIU explodes

Interest in Asian Studies at FIU explodes

Growing up in Miami far from any cultural connection to Asia, Jennifer Garcia ’09, MA ’11, became enchanted with the […]

D.C. alumnus works to build stronger cities, better government

D.C. alumnus works to build stronger cities, better government

How do we create cities of the future? How can we strengthen the American economy at a grassroots level? How […]

The FIU Model UN team poses with Dr. John Stack, executive director of the School of International and Public Affairs, after winning "Best Small Delegation" at the Columbia Model United Nations in early Oct. 2014.

FIU Model UN ranks 5th in North America

For the second year in a row, the FIU Model United Nations (Model UN) team has been ranked fifth “Best […]

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What changes with new U.S.-Cuba foreign policy?

What changes with new U.S.-Cuba foreign policy?

President Obama announced today the reestablishment of full diplomatic relations with Cuba, which had been severed since 1961. The United States […]

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4 tips for your child this winter break

4 tips for your child this winter break

Winter break is fast approaching, and while it’s a wonderful time for families, it can also be a source of […]

TEDxFIU: How to write a story

TEDxFIU: How to write a story

John Dufresne is the author of five novels, two of which were New York Times Notable Books of the Year, two short story collections […]

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FIU students overcome homelessness, poverty, violence to earn degrees

FIU students overcome homelessness, poverty, violence to earn degrees

  U.S. Army veteran Rodney Demerritte, math teacher Esther Fineus Joseph and communications student Sally Sarmiento have overcome challenges such […]

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