Post Tagged with: "College of Arts & Sciences"

Cooking uncovers environmental passion for Swaziland YALI fellow

Cooking uncovers environmental passion for Swaziland YALI fellow

This story is part of an on-going series spotlighting 2014 Washington Fellows at FIU. Lindiwe Dlamini, 32, is one of […]

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Students for the Poor, in partnership with alternative Breaks, teach English and other subjects to children in Nicaragua in April.

Student club committed to helping the poor locally and internationally

This story is part of an on-going series spotlighting student-run clubs at FIU. The passion and commitment behind Nashua Wisdom’s […]

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Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU cooks up recipe contest

Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU cooks up recipe contest

Amateur cooks with original recipes for gefilte fish, homemade pickles or rugelach have a chance to test their culinary prowess […]

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8 of the best moments from Mission 31

8 of the best moments from Mission 31

For the past month, Fabien Cousteau and a team of FIU researchers conducted underwater tests and research inside FIU’s Aquarius […]

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Eric Ngondi, 29, water and environmental engineer and disability advocate.

YALI engineer becomes disability advocate in Kenya

Eric Ngondi, 29, is one of 25 participants in a group of young leaders at FIU as part of President […]

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African scholars at FIU as part of President Obama’s  Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders

African scholars at FIU as part of President Obama’s Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders

Eric Ngondi, 29, is a water and environmental engineer who owns and operates a consulting company in Nairobi, Kenya. After […]

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OCD patients benefit from family-inclusive treatments, says FIU psychologist

OCD patients benefit from family-inclusive treatments, says FIU psychologist

One in 40 adults in the United States have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). That means that among the 54,000 students […]

Desmond Cadogan holds up a sign during a rally in support of the Central Park Five in New York January 17, 2013. Carlo Allegri/Reuters

Central Park Five: ‘We must change how we interrogate youth’

Will it take another Central Park Five? We can avoid another Central Park Five. We can avoid another $40 million […]

Center for Children and Families offers online resources for parents and professionals

Center for Children and Families offers online resources for parents and professionals

The Center for Children and Families (CCF) at FIU is making mental health care resources more accessible for families worldwide […]

D.C. Update: FIU asserts leadership in STEM education, disaster-related solutions

D.C. Update: FIU asserts leadership in STEM education, disaster-related solutions

With our world-class research on center stage in our nation’s capital, FIU asserted its leadership in STEM education, disaster-related solutions […]

Catherine Walsh, director of the Ph.D. program in Latin American Cultural Studies at Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar (left); Enrique Ayala Mora (center), provost of the Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar; and Jean M. Rahier (left) sign the memorandum of understanding.

FIU signs memorandum with Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar

The FIU African and African Diaspora Studies Program and the Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar in Quito, Ecuador have signed a […]

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Sen. Nelson and Rep. Diaz-Balart to host forum on disaster-resilient communities

Sen. Nelson and Rep. Diaz-Balart to host forum on disaster-resilient communities

FIU, U.S. Senator Bill Nelson, U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart and members of the Florida congressional delegation will participate in a […]

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#FIUGoesAbroad: Modern meets ancient

#FIUGoesAbroad: Modern meets ancient

For some students, summer is about getting some R&R until fall comes around. Others have to take summer classes. And […]

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FIU NSF Fellow Carla Abad and her mentor Shannon Pruden.

Students receive prestigious NSF fellowships

Three FIU doctoral students were named National Science Foundation (NSF) fellows as part of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program […]

Science magazine goes batty for Bohn

Science magazine goes batty for Bohn

FIU biologist Kirsten Bohn has made a career out of music, but she’s not a performer or a record producer. She’s […]