Post Tagged with: "College of Education"

Students participating in the Recreational Therapy study abroad course this summer took turns guiding each other through the Louvre museum while blindfolded to simulate blindness. Here they get a chance to interact with reproductions of famous sculptures on display in the museum.

Students become advocates for the disabled in Europe

Getting around in a wheelchair can be draining – especially when traveling abroad. “You’d think you’re there sitting and relaxing […]

Students in the online Master of Science in Special Education program can log in from anywhere to access lessons and work on assignments.

New grant to train more autism-certified teachers

The College of Education’s online Master of Science in Special Education program is primed to grow in a big way […]

The Class of 2015 at Miami Northwestern Senior High School is the first graduating class to have been part of The Education Effect since their freshman year.

The Education Effect marks 4 years at Miami Northwestern

When Taylor Williams first set foot on the campus of Florida International University, she found it more than a little […]

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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 […]

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 […]

Debaro Huyler, Wei Ding and Adly Norelus, doctoral students in the College of Education, delivered a presentation at the South Florida Education Research Conference on how companies must adapt to millennials entering the workforce.

Student work featured at South Florida Education Research Conference

Students and scholars shared the stage recently at the 14th Annual South Florida Educational Research Conference (SFERC) exchanging ideas and […]

SGA teamed up with Farm Share and several elected officials to provide free food to students and the community.

SGA joins Farm Share, elected officials to help students in need

More than 1,300 FIU students and community members received boxes of food through a free food distribution event hosted by […]

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New program hopes to minimize obesity risks among elementary school students

Teachers are the secret weapon in a new program designed to fight childhood obesity. The program – developed by FIU’s […]

Erskine Dottin, College of Education Dean Delia C. Garcia, and Leonard Bliss pose for a photo at a ceremony honoring the four retiring professors from the College of Education. Bliss, Dottin, and professors Linda Blanton and Joan Wynne are stepping calling it a career.

Four College of Education faculty members call it a career

The thousands of graduates who walked across the stage at FIU Arena this week won’t be the only ones leaving […]

FIYou: Daniela Ottati Reperger

FIYou: Daniela Ottati Reperger

Name: Daniela Ottati Reperger Hometown: Montevideo, Uruguay Job Title/Department: Professor, Communication Arts Campus: MMC In a nutshell: I teach Intercultural Communication, Advanced Business Communication, Business and […]

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Outstanding Student Life Award winners announced

Outstanding Student Life Award winners announced

On Thursday, Apr. 2, the annual Outstanding Student Life Awards recognized three student organizations and 21 student leaders who serve […]

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14th Annual Torch Awards Gala breaks attendance record

14th Annual Torch Awards Gala breaks attendance record

With over 800 people in attendance this year, the 14th Annual Torch Awards Gala broke a university record. “We know […]

Teachers learn new lessons to develop high-performing students

Teachers learn new lessons to develop high-performing students

At least one goal will be top of mind for the more than 400 educators, administrators and scholars descending on […]

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), which sponsored this welcome event at the College of Business last year, was one of ten companies named to FIU's President's Internship Honor Roll.

Top 10 internship providers for students

In today’s increasingly competitive job market, college graduates who have experience in their fields are far more likely to receive […]

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Patricia Gándara, a professor of graduate education and co-director of the UCLA Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Civil shares the results of her research on how balanced bilinguals are more successful.

Proficient bilinguals see higher earnings, research shows

In a globalized, digitized world, new research shows the key to employability and higher earnings hinges on something South Florida […]