Post Tagged with: "College of Education"

College of Education alumna Naylet LaRochelle competes on Food Network's "Holiday Baking Championship." Photo courtesy of Food Network.

Education alumna shines in Food Network’s holiday baking contest

We recently caught up with College of Education alumna Naylet LaRochelle. The mother of three and Miami-Dade Public Schools psychologist […]

Master of Art Education exhibition displays art with a personal touch

Master of Art Education exhibition displays art with a personal touch

For any student, walking in the upcoming Commencement ceremonies will be reason enough to cheer. But the four Master of […]

All-Stars program helps middle school students excel in school, life

All-Stars program helps middle school students excel in school, life

    For the parents of countless Miami-Dade middle school children living in at-risk communities, the end of the school […]

Study abroad artwork showcased in Graham Center

Study abroad artwork showcased in Graham Center

This summer Eliane Pinillos braved dehydration and sickness to scale the Great Wall of China looking for the perfect scene […]

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STEM Institute looking for faculty fellows

STEM Institute looking for faculty fellows

FIU’s STEM Transformation Institute (STEM-TI) is looking for founding faculty fellows; the institute announced the search at its internal launch reception Oct. […]

FIU was recognized with five awards for community engagement and service by Florida Campus Compact.

Florida Campus Compact recognizes FIU for community engagement

In recognition of the university’s commitment to community engagement and public service, FIU has received five Florida Campus Compact awards, […]

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White House chief science adviser John P. Holdren (left) speaks with students at FIU during a visit on Oct. 1.

White House chief science adviser visits FIU for STEM education workshop

FIU welcomed Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology John P. Holdren to campus for the STEM Education […]

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STEM Transformation Institute opens new active learning classrooms

STEM Transformation Institute opens new active learning classrooms

As part of its commitment to improving STEM education, FIU’s STEM Transformation Institute has opened two state-of-the-art active learning classrooms […]

Lessons in LIFE: The first Panther LIFE Residential Program in images

Lessons in LIFE: The first Panther LIFE Residential Program in images

For three weeks in May, 14 college-aged young people with intellectual disabilities came together to live at FIU’s Modesto A. […]

A group of middle and high school students from Liberty City joined FIU faculty and students on a trip to commemorate Freedom Summer in Jackson, Mississippi.

Liberty City teens join FIU students, faculty on trip to Freedom Summer 50

In the summer of 1964, hundreds of volunteers and civil rights activists from across America came to Mississippi to challenge […]

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Students from Miami Northwestern Senior High take part in the Algebra Project Summer Institute.

FIU, Algebra Project train next generation of STEM grads, teachers

Working with FIU professors and graduate students this summer, a group of incoming freshmen at Miami Northwestern Senior High School […]

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Study abroad in a wheelchair: Tough travels teach a lesson

Study abroad in a wheelchair: Tough travels teach a lesson

It is FIU’s most unusual study abroad program. College of Education Professor Alexis McKenney took 10 students to Europe this […]

FIU receives $1.5 million for undergraduate STEM education reform

FIU receives $1.5 million for undergraduate STEM education reform

FIU has received a $1.5 million grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) to develop strategies that will improve successful […]

Mastering math is child’s play

Mastering math is child’s play

Four-year-old Danny calls out excitedly to a classmate passing by. “Estoy ganando,” he says in Spanish. “I’m winning!” Facing no […]

New program created to produce high-quality STEM teachers

New program created to produce high-quality STEM teachers

Some education experts have sounded the alarm in recent years, pointing to a shortage of STEM (science, technology, engineering and […]

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