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Psychologist appointed associate dean in Arts & Sciences

Psychologist appointed associate dean in Arts & Sciences

Maricel Cigales has been named associate dean of undergraduate studies for the College of Arts & Sciences. Cigales, who joined […]

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Georgia Aquarium’s Gregory Bossart Ph.D. ’95 on the importance of dolphins

Georgia Aquarium’s Gregory Bossart Ph.D. ’95 on the importance of dolphins

Gregory Bossart, V.M.D., Ph.D. ’95 Senior Vice President of Animal Health, Research and Conservation, Georgia Aquarium FIU Doctorate in Biology […]

Anthony Atwood MA ’03, Ph.D. ’12, leads effort to open the South Florida Military Museum

Anthony Atwood MA ’03, Ph.D. ’12, leads effort to open the South Florida Military Museum

By Eric Barton The U.S. airship K-74 spotted a dot on its radar just after midnight on July 18, 1943. […]

A Q&A with Ken Furton

A Q&A with Ken Furton

A research scientist and father of two FIU students, Ken Furton aims to enhance the value of an FIU degree […]

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Sex, drugs and disease:  Taking a look at the other side of tourism in the Dominican Republic

Sex, drugs and disease: Taking a look at the other side of tourism in the Dominican Republic

In the Caribbean, the tourism industry is a major boost to the economy. Away from the stresses of everyday life, […]

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Professor Ernst Borinski teaching in the Social Science Lab, Tougaloo College, MS, ca. 1960. Photo courtesy of Mississippi Department of Archives and History.

Exhibit takes viewers ‘Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow’

By the time World War II began in 1939, Germany had purged itself of its Jewish professors, scientists and scholars. […]

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Unlocking the keys to a lifetime of career success

Unlocking the keys to a lifetime of career success

Thinking ahead and taking small steps will lead to you to the big goal, explains alum Poor grades in high […]

CCF puts focus on child mental health

CCF puts focus on child mental health

Up to 20 percent of children in the U.S. experience a mental disorder in a given year. That’s one out […]

Alberto Padron ’98, MBA ’09, returns for a third year as the TEDxFIU master of ceremonies.

TEDxFIU announces speakers for 2014

Ten speakers will take the audience on a fearless journey of creativity, innovation and humanity at TEDxFIU 2014. The third […]

How WWI impacts our geopolitical realities today

How WWI impacts our geopolitical realities today

On June 28, 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire was shot dead by Gavilo Princip, […]

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Transitions: Dean to provost to college parent

Transitions: Dean to provost to college parent

After 26 years with the College of Arts & Sciences (CAS), Kenneth G. Furton assumed his new role with FIU […]

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Water is life: 10 years of global water research and aid

Water is life: 10 years of global water research and aid

In previous issues of FIU Magazine, we brought you the story of GLOWS, or Global Water for Sustainability, the largest […]

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Researchers find promising counterterrorism strategy

The targeted capture of a terrorist leader shows promise as an effective counterterrorism strategy, according to a study by FIU […]

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Cloud forests struggle to keep pace with climate change

Cloud forests struggle to keep pace with climate change

The cloud forests of the Andes Mountains are not migrating fast enough in the face of global warming, according to […]

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Saudi Arabian scholars take part in interfaith human rights, ethics symposium

Saudi Arabian scholars take part in interfaith human rights, ethics symposium

The Department of Religious Studies welcomed 15 Saudi Arabian scholars to FIU last week to participate in “The First Symposium: Religions, […]

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