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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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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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Student a finalist to become Formula One engineering star

Student a finalist to become Formula One engineering star

College of Engineering & Computing student Alejandro Diaz is heading to England as one of 12 finalists from around the […]

Theatre alumnus’ play to compete at national championship

Theatre alumnus’ play to compete at national championship

FIU theatre alumnus Juan P. Espinosa’s original play beat out the likes of Tennessee Williams and John Steinbeck to earn his […]

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FIU Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management establishes Carnival Gold Scholars program with $400,000 donation from Carnival Foundation

FIU Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management establishes Carnival Gold Scholars program with $400,000 donation from Carnival Foundation

FIU‘s Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management recently received $400,000 from Carnival Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Carnival Corporation, […]

Nursing education at FIU has just celebrated 30 years of serving South Florida.

FIU and Miami VA Healthcare System receive $8M to train VA nurses, create residency program

The Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing & Health Sciences, in partnership with the Miami VA Healthcare System (MVAHS), received more […]

Scott Calabrese talks soccer in the U.S., starting over at FIU

Scott Calabrese talks soccer in the U.S., starting over at FIU

Scott Calabrese was introduced as the sixth head coach in FIU men’s soccer history in January, but the program has […]

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Frost Art Museum to open two summer exhibitions

Frost Art Museum to open two summer exhibitions

The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum will open two exhibitions – one featuring the mystical and emotional impressions of a […]

DreamMakers Luncheon raises more than $220,000 for First Gen scholarships

DreamMakers Luncheon raises more than $220,000 for First Gen scholarships

To date, FIU has raised more than $4 million for its First Generation Scholarship Fund. Ashmara Williams was a ward […]

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Mary Hoelle to lead FlU’s President’s Council

Mary Hoelle to lead FlU’s President’s Council

Maria Isabel (Mary) Hoelle has been named chair of Florida International University’s President’s Council Board. Hoelle will serve a two-year […]

Psychology professor recognized for early career achievements in child mental health research

Psychology professor recognized for early career achievements in child mental health research

The American Psychological Foundation (APF) has named Lindsay Malloy, assistant professor of psychology, the first recipient of the annual Division […]

FIU, Japan Foundation launch The South Florida Partnership in Japanese Studies

FIU, Japan Foundation launch The South Florida Partnership in Japanese Studies

The Asian Studies Program will launch The South Florida Partnership in Japanese Studies (SFPJS) starting this fall semester. Funded for more […]

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Sophomore seeking one-way ticket to Mars

Sophomore seeking one-way ticket to Mars

Patrick Ford, sophomore physics major and astronomy minor at FIU, is seeking a one-way ticket to Mars as an applicant […]

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Lindsay Rosenthal

Alumna fights to improve health care access for foster care girls

FIU alumna Lindsay Rosenthal ’07 has been granted the Ms. Foundation for Women’s 2013-2014 fellowship. As part of the foundation’s […]

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The Declaration and the self-evident benefits of editing

The Declaration and the self-evident benefits of editing

In the summer of 1776, five men were charged with writing a statement to express the case for independence. The […]