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Looking to hire Hispanic STEM graduates? FIU a top producer of science and engineering talent

Looking to hire Hispanic STEM graduates? FIU a top producer of science and engineering talent

FIU graduates more Hispanics with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) than any other university […]

New program empowers teens to make choices about ADHD meds

New program empowers teens to make choices about ADHD meds

FIU’s Center for Children and Families (CCF) is offering a new program to help teens with ADHD make healthy, informed […]

What makes a math person? Interest, recognition are key factors, researchers say

What makes a math person? Interest, recognition are key factors, researchers say

You’re either a math person or you’re not – at least that’s what we’ve always heard. Now, National Science Foundation-funded […]

Inspired by the wilderness: Students’ Everglades journey in poems, essays and stories

Inspired by the wilderness: Students’ Everglades journey in poems, essays and stories

Six FIU students, all aspiring writers, were selected last fall to take part in a six-week Everglades wilderness expedition in […]

Postpartum depression screenings critical for minority mothers

Postpartum depression screenings critical for minority mothers

Minority mothers and their newborns are at increased risk for problems caused by postpartum depression according to FIU researchers. A […]

FIU in the Next Gen: Education

FIU in the Next Gen: Education

What will FIU’s student body look like in 50 years, and how and what will students learn? In the 50 years since […]

FIU in the Next Gen: Research

FIU in the Next Gen: Research

How will the discoveries and inventions of FIU faculty impact the world of the future? In the 50 years since […]

Aerial view of Ocean Drive between Fifth and Seventh Streets in 1960s.

History students digitize photos, memorabilia from Miami Beach

In one black and white photo, Lincoln Road is depicted as a tangled mass of trees and swamp. No sign […]

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Editor’s Picks for Best Work

Editor’s Picks for Best Work

By Deborah O’Neil For more than a decade I’ve been having a lot of fun at FIU Magazine. We’ve done some […]

FIU Magazine Editor stepping down after more than a decade

FIU Magazine Editor stepping down after more than a decade

By Dan Grech MFA ’12 Deborah O’Neil’s first cover as editor of FIU Magazine featured His Holiness The Dalai Lama. […]

Introduced: Stacey Rubio ’15

Introduced: Stacey Rubio ’15

With more than 54,000 students at FIU, there is no shortage of cool characters with interesting stories. The problem is, who […]

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1-day sale turns 10-year-old book into ‘New York Times’ best seller

1-day sale turns 10-year-old book into ‘New York Times’ best seller

Les Standiford‘s 2005 Meet You In Hell has just met the New York Times Best Sellers list. Wanting to tell the story of […]

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FIU's Model UN team took "Outstanding Large Delegation" at the Harvard National Model United Nations in February 2015.

FIU Model UN team ranks 4th in North America

The FIU Model United Nations (UN) team has taken the fourth spot in BestDelegate.com‘s annual rankings. The team moved up […]

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50@50: ‘Star Trek’ inspires Stocker AstroScience Center

50@50: ‘Star Trek’ inspires Stocker AstroScience Center

To celebrate the university’s 50th anniversary, FIU News is sharing 50 moments in FIU’s history as part of our “50@50″ series. […]

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Garfield Jarrett installs fencing in his farm operation in the Redlands, Fla. where he hopes to grow a variety of tropical crops.

Farming program cultivates new opportunities for veterans

Garfield Jarrett MSW ’14 has found therapy in farming through the FIU Veteran and Small Farmers Outreach Program. The U.S. […]

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