Posts tagged with: "Peer Advisors"

Learning through leadership, experience and service

Learning through leadership, experience and service

  In the summer of 2016, Anthony Suarez organized a student trip to Managua, Nicaragua, as part of FIU’s Alternative […]

Peer-to-peer mentoring: Young people empower their contemporaries

Peer-to-peer mentoring: Young people empower their contemporaries

The word “mentor” typically conjures an image of someone older, an individual in a leadership position who shepherds a young […]

Peer Advisors reflect on Orientation Workshop experience

Peer Advisors reflect on Orientation Workshop experience

Written by Eneida Bermudez, junior public relations major, and Pablo Ortiz, freshman business major, 2016 Peer Advisors There are some […]

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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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Recipients of the 2013 Outstanding Student Life Awards.

Outstanding students recognized at annual award ceremony

The Division of Student Affairs held its annual Outstanding Student Life Awards April 4 at the Graham Center Ballrooms. Students […]

Division of Student Affairs sweeps conference season

Division of Student Affairs sweeps conference season

The Division of Student Affairs brought home five prestigious awards from three conferences across the country. BBC Campus Life The […]

2012 Peer Advisors announced

2012 Peer Advisors announced

The FIU Office of Orientation and Commuter Student Services welcomed new members to the Peer Advising family on Wednesday, Jan. […]

Campus Voices: My experience as a Peer Advisor

Campus Voices: My experience as a Peer Advisor

This is the first in an occasional series of first-person accounts from Panthers about life on campus. Christian Williams is […]

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FIU, McDonald’s partner, welcome ‘Future Class of 2019’

The path toward higher education became a bit clearer for some 100 8th-graders from José Martí and Palm Springs middle […]