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The Brothers Grimsby (2016) by Columbia Pictures

Meet Sacha Baron Cohen at free screening of latest film March 6

FIU students are invited to attend a reception and advance screening of Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest film, The Brothers Grimsby, […]

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Scanning of a human brain by X-rays

Psychologist concentrates on learning how we learn

People are capable of learning so much, yet how we learn is a mystery. We recognize a dog as a […]

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February 2016 in photos

February 2016 in photos

From hosting the book that gave us Shakespeare to winning a Conference USA championship, February was an action-packed month at […]

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Teaching, not testing makes better students

Teaching is more than just assembling a series of best practices that are expected to lead students to perfect standardized […]

Ana Alicia Lemos

FIYou: Ana Alicia Lemos

Name: Ana Alicia Lemos Hometown: Caracas, Venezuela and Miami, FL Job Title/Department: International Programs Manager for the School of Environment, Arts and […]

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A business magnate’s obsession with the book that gave us Shakespeare

A business magnate’s obsession with the book that gave us Shakespeare

Folger Shakespeare Library’s national traveling exhibition First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, currently being presented at the Patricia & Phillip […]

Romeu takes a closer look at a sample copy of the Folio, also on display in the exhibit.

Alumna puts English degree to work preserving Shakespeare’s legacy

It’s not every day that FIU graduates’ jobs bring them from Washington, D.C., back to their alma mater. But for […]

William E. Pelham helped lead a new study about treatment options for children with ADHD. Above, Pelham at the Center for Children and Families' Summer Treatment Program.

Researchers analyze costs of ADHD treatments

In the United States, medication is the first line of treatment for 90 percent of children with attention deficit hyperactivity […]

Nearly 120 volunteers from Miami-Dade County participated in the Miami Heat's 7th annual Heat Beach Sweep in partnership with FIU's School of Environment, Arts and Society.

FIU volunteers join the Miami Heat to protect sea turtles

Florida’s sea turtles face an uncertain future as they confront pollution, habitat encroachment and illegal harvesting. Nearly 120 members of the […]

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Einstein, gravitational waves and the rippling effects of scientific discovery

Einstein, gravitational waves and the rippling effects of scientific discovery

People around the world celebrated the news last week that scientists at the Large Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory have finally detected gravitational […]

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5 tips for making marriage work this Valentine’s Day

This Valentine’s Day, 6 million people expect or are planning a marriage proposal. Each year, 2.2 million marriages take place in the […]

Shakespeare's First Folio, a first edition of his works, arrived at FIU in Feb. As part of the Folger Shakespeare Library's national traveling exhibit First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, the nearly 400 year-old book will be on display at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum all month.

Shakespeare: Celebrating 400 years of wit and wisdom

On Feb. 2, the FIU Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum opened its doors to William Shakespeare’s First Folio! The […]

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Overly critical parents tied to ongoing ADHD symptoms in children

Overly critical parents tied to ongoing ADHD symptoms in children

Though symptoms often decrease over time for children living with ADHD, those with overly critical parents don’t always experience the […]

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Deering Estate in Cutler Bay, Fla.

FIU, Deering Estate formalize partnership

Florida International University and Deering Estate are joining forces to create new research and education opportunities. FIU and Deering Estate, […]

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Throwback Thursday: ‘No Hat Upon His Head’

Throwback Thursday: ‘No Hat Upon His Head’

  FIU’s Shakespeare influence began long before the exhibit First Folio! The Book that Gave us Shakespeare arrived on campus […]

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