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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 […]

Miami-Dade County mayor seeks applicants for executive internship program this fall

Miami-Dade County mayor seeks applicants for executive internship program this fall

Interested in participating in the Miami-Dade County Executive Internship program? The mayor’s office will host its first of several information sessions […]

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Buck-Crockett to head indoor & sand volleyball programs

Buck-Crockett to head indoor & sand volleyball programs

Assistant Athletic Director/ Head Sand Volleyball Coach Rita Buck-Crockett will also serve as head coach of the Panthers’ indoor volleyball […]

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Former Pentagon official takes the helm of LACC

Former Pentagon official takes the helm of LACC

Former Pentagon official Frank O. Mora has joined FIU as the director for the Latin American and Caribbean Center (LACC). […]

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DOMA ruling’s impact on the future of gay marriage

DOMA ruling’s impact on the future of gay marriage

In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled June 26 that married same-sex couples were entitled to federal benefits, and […]

Student Health Services recognized for its approach to health care

Student Health Services recognized for its approach to health care

FIU’s Student Health Services (SHS) has earned accreditation as a “Medical Home,” becoming one of only 15 student health centers […]

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FIU wins 3 National CASE Awards

FIU came out Worlds Ahead of the competition when the nonprofit Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) recently […]

Are you prepared for hurricane season? FAQ

Are you prepared for hurricane season? FAQ

Hurricane season is here, and FIU’s Director of Emergency Management Amy Aiken has prepared this FAQ to help you understand […]

Traveling to Papua New Guinea will be, from left, graduate student Sabrina Diz, FIU Magazine Editor Deborah O'Neil, Honors College student Pablo Currea, biology major Keysel Pelaez, education graduate student Olivia Autolino and religious studies major Kyle Decker.

Slideshow: Traveling to Papua New Guinea

In March 2013, Religious Studies Professor Tudor Parfitt, his wife and five students traveled to Papua New Guinea to study […]