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Research conference gives undergrads a perfect showcase

Research conference gives undergrads a perfect showcase

The racket emanating from the Graham Center recently made one thing clear: research by undergraduates has reached new heights. The […]

Brainhack movement comes to FIU, promotes global collaboration in neuroscience research

Brainhack movement comes to FIU, promotes global collaboration in neuroscience research

FIU’s Cognitive Neuroscience and Imaging Center (CNIC) hosted the Miami Brainhack Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) conference Oct. 18. Brainhack is a unique […]

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.

Model UN team kicks off semester with victory at Columbia

FIU’s Model United Nations (Model UN) team won big at their first competition of the year. More than 500 delegates […]

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Ross Boucek retrieves underwater equipment used to detect spawning migrations of snook in the Shark River, Everglades National Park.

Biologist reels in data to predict snook production

FIU researcher Ross Boucek wants to give more predictability to anglers hoping to catch a bounty of snook. In Everglades […]

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Professor Cassidy recognized with President’s Council Worlds Ahead Award

Professor Cassidy recognized with President’s Council Worlds Ahead Award

Beloved wine professor Patrick “Chip” Cassidy ’75 is the recipient of the 2014 President’s Council Worlds Ahead Award. Cassidy was […]

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Nikiema Moustapha has successfully implemented Climate Smart Agriculture techniques in his corn field in the village of Tama, Burkina Faso.

FIU offers hope for Burkina Faso’s abandoned crop fields

FIU’s Global Waters for Sustainability Program (GLOWS) is bringing life to unhealthy and abandoned crop fields in Burkina Faso. Loss […]

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Federal government awards FIU $2.3 million for work in Latin America and Africa

Federal government awards FIU $2.3 million for work in Latin America and Africa

FIU has received three prestigious Title VI grants to fund programs and student scholarships in areas of strategic importance for […]

Linguist believes ISIS terrorist is Canadian

Linguist believes ISIS terrorist is Canadian

FIU’s Phillip Carter was recently asked by “Inside Edition” to analyze the latest propaganda video released by the terror group known as […]

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Students embark on Everglades writing expedition

Students embark on Everglades writing expedition

Five FIU students, all aspiring writers, have been selected to take part in a six-week Everglades wilderness expedition this fall, […]

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Telemedicine could revolutionize access to mental health treatment

Telemedicine could revolutionize access to mental health treatment

For millions of Americans, mental health treatment is largely out of reach — a fact one FIU psychologist is trying […]

Quiz: Campus art right under your nose

Quiz: Campus art right under your nose

Art is so prevalent at Modesto A. Maidique Campus that you could easily walk past many remarkable pieces every day […]

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TEDxFIU 2014 tickets sell out in one day

TEDxFIU 2014 tickets sell out in one day

Tickets for TEDxFIU 2014: Fearless Journey sold out within a few hours of going on sale Monday. This year’s event […]

GeekiWood conference promotes STEM education, innovation at FIU

GeekiWood conference promotes STEM education, innovation at FIU

FIU’s School of Integrated Science and Humanity along with the Center for Women’s and Gender Studies hosted the GeekiWood conference Sept. 27. The […]

On land and sea, astronomers and astronauts meet for virtual chat

On land and sea, astronomers and astronauts meet for virtual chat

A group of FIU astronomy students recently chatted with NASA astronauts participating in the NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) 19 Mission at […]

Reinventing history: teachers earn master’s degrees through unique program

Reinventing history: teachers earn master’s degrees through unique program

FIU’s Department of History has refined the way it teaches teachers how to teach history. Now the department hopes to […]

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