Posts tagged with: "College of Arts Sciences & Education"

President, provost recognize 2019 Top Scholars

President, provost recognize 2019 Top Scholars

Being a professor can require thick skin. Before a faculty member publishes research, receives a grant or sees their research […]

Credit: J.L. Lee/National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

The kilogram changed while you were sleeping

The original way to define the kilogram has been retired. Physics professor Pete Markowitz explains what this means and why […]

Universidad de Cartagena President Edgar Parra Chacón and Stempel College Dean Tomás R. Guilarte

Stempel College signs partnership with Universidad de Cartagena

Stempel College has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Universidad de Cartagena to collaborate on educational and research […]

Research rules out mental flexibility, attention as advantages for some bilingual children

Research rules out mental flexibility, attention as advantages for some bilingual children

Bilingual children are on equal footing with monolingual children when it comes to regulating their behavior, planning and problem-solving, according […]

Researchers seek how to best treat kids with ADHD in schools

Researchers seek how to best treat kids with ADHD in schools

Story by Rosanna Castro Researchers at FIU’s Center for Children and Families (CCF) are evaluating the most effective classroom interventions […]

Taking STEM careers out for a spin

Taking STEM careers out for a spin

Emma Odenweller is ready to be a scientist. Kevin Castillo wants to use his talent for teaching science to inspire youngsters. […]

By Nycholas Benaia

5 presentation tips from FIU’s 3 Minute Thesis winner

Three minutes is all it takes to explain even the most complex of ideas. That is the concept behind 3 […]

Guide to 2019 summer camps

Guide to 2019 summer camps

Campers rejoice: adventure awaits at the university this summer. Whether your child wants to kayak Biscayne Bay, act in the […]

Evelyn Gaiser is a wetland ecologist examining long-term changes in lakes and wetlands, including the Everglades.

Ecologist joins state algae task force

Evelyn Gaiser has been named to Florida’s new blue-green algae task force by Gov. Ron DeSantis. The ecologist is among […]

Alternative treatment for anxiety proves effective for the most difficult cases

Alternative treatment for anxiety proves effective for the most difficult cases

Helping children diagnosed with anxiety hone their attention shows promising results for recovery, according to a new study by researchers […]

hundrets of glass eels (anguilla anguilla), baby of eel

New DNA test stops illegal shipment of endangered eels

Researchers have developed a new method to identify illegally trafficked European eels, and it has already led to the arrest […]

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Life-saving storm surge modeling deployed in Hispaniola

Life-saving storm surge modeling deployed in Hispaniola

The island of Hispaniola, a frequent target of hurricanes, is now armed with an operational system to improve early warnings […]

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Shark Bay, Australia

Heatwave devastates wildlife populations in World Heritage Site

Large numbers of dugongs, sea snakes and other marine animals disappeared from the UNESCO World Heritage Site Shark Bay, Western […]

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Angela Riolla pitched The Good Dog Project via Skype to judges at the third annual GOJA-iChange FIU Social Innovation Challenge on March 27, 2019.

iChange FIU: Bringing an online education full circle — for the pups

Angel Ribolla, a FIU Online senior studying psychology and entrepreneurship, took her college experience full-circle when she Skyped-in from nearly […]

FIU to showcase tech and entrepreneurship at eMerge Americas 2019

FIU to showcase tech and entrepreneurship at eMerge Americas 2019

For the sixth consecutive year, FIU is bringing its latest technology and most promising startups to eMerge Americas 2019, the […]