Post Tagged with: "College of Arts & Sciences"

Midnight and rainbow parrotfishes are among the many herbivores helping to preserve Caribbean coral reefs.

Grazing fish can help save imperiled coral reefs

Grazing fish can help save coral reefs, but not all grazers are created equal, according to an FIU study published this month in Marine […]

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Jewish-Romanian author, Holocaust survivor and Bard College professor Norman Manea. Photo courtesy of worldvoices.pen.org.

Holocaust survivor, author to talk patronage, exile at FIU tonight

Jewish-Romanian author and Holocaust survivor Norman Manea will give a talk at FIU titled “Patronage and the Exile Writer.” The […]

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FIU's Miami Beach Urban Studios is collaborating with Miami Beach on the city's centennial.

FIU partners with Miami Beach on centennial, sea level rise and more

The City of Miami Beach is throwing a year-long birthday bash and FIU is getting in on the party. As […]

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FIU's Model UN team at the Harvard National Model United Nations competition.

FIU wins big at Harvard National Model United Nations

For the second year in a row, FIU’s Model United Nations (Model UN) team captured the Outstanding Large Delegation award […]

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President Mark B. Rosenberg and USHCC President and CEO Javier Palomarez sign a partnership agreement at the Reagan House this week.

FIU partners with U.S. Hispanic Chamber to promote research, economic development and advocacy

In a move that could bolster internships, jobs and scholarships for students – and promote FIU’s research and legislative priorities […]

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"Diatoms-Silica" (2015) by Xavier Cortada, FIU Artist In Residence in the College of Architecture + The Arts.  The pieces are made of glazed porcelain and rest on glass mosaic tiles.

Exploring Florida’s algae at the Frost Art Museum

Algae. To some, that word might conjure unpleasant images of an algal bloom in a lake or an infestation inside […]

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Composite showing secretory luminescence as a defensive mechanism. Photo by Edith Widder.

Researchers have traced the evolution of glowing shrimp

FIU researchers have traced the evolution of bioluminescence in deep-sea shrimps. The study, led by marine scientists Juliet Wong, Jorge […]

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Sea level rise in our backyard: How do we adapt?

Sea level rise in our backyard: How do we adapt?

Curious to know if flooding will destroy your house by the end of the century? Take a trip over to […]

Workshop with all participants to seek solutions to Water-Energy-Climate Nexus cases.

D.C. Dispatch: Sea level rise, Caribbean energy security and Presidential budget

As President Obama prepared to release his FY16 Presidential budget request to Congress, FIU researchers were on global and environmental […]

FIU joins Booker T. Washington High in reopening of 25-year-old planetarium

FIU joins Booker T. Washington High in reopening of 25-year-old planetarium

Visitors to Booker T. Washington Senior High School probably did not realize they would be going on a journey 250 […]

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MAST@FIU Principal Matthew Welker, pictured second from left, back row, and several teachers join Florida Education Technology Conference staff in accepting the 2015 STEM Excellence Award.

MAST@FIU recognized as one of top high schools for STEM education in the U.S.

Less than two years after its grand opening, MAST@FIU, the only four-year high school on a university campus in Miami-Dade […]

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Linguist explores neurodevelopment in bilingual preterm infants

Researchers are teaming up to examine bilingualism as a potential strategy to improve memory, reasoning, problem-solving and other executive functions […]

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The Wolfsonian–FIU debuts photographer’s new work documenting World War I legacy

The Wolfsonian–FIU debuts photographer’s new work documenting World War I legacy

This spring, The Wolfsonian– FIU unveils an installation of new photographs by contemporary artist Luca Artioli that document the enduring legacy […]

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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