Posts tagged with: "Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work"

FIU Online offers student-centered, customized classes

FIU Online offers student-centered, customized classes

What if you could complete an online class on your own time and at your own pace? What if the […]

Dean Guilarte appointed to county Opioid Addiction Task Force

Dean Guilarte appointed to county Opioid Addiction Task Force

Amid nationwide concern about the growing epidemic of opioid addiction, Tomás R. Guilarte, dean of the Robert Stempel College of […]

Happy Holidays from President Rosenberg

Happy Holidays from President Rosenberg

On Friday, Dec. 30, 2016, President Mark B. Rosenberg delivered this message to the FIU community: This holiday season gives us […]

County officials appoint Guilarte to HIV/AIDS task force

County officials appoint Guilarte to HIV/AIDS task force

On this World AIDS Day, Miami-Dade County leads the nation in new HIV infections. Only 65 percent of those infected […]

Preparing women and minorities to lead

Preparing women and minorities to lead

The founding director of a transformational program for faculty and staff helps the underrepresented tap into their potential. Barbara Bader […]

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Researchers embark on national landmark study of adolescent brain development

Researchers embark on national landmark study of adolescent brain development

  The largest long-term study of brain development and child health in the U.S. is underway and FIU researchers are at […]

Get your sleep, treat depression to guard against Alzheimer’s

Get your sleep, treat depression to guard against Alzheimer’s

New research suggests that lack of sleep and untreated depression may increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, even for those […]

FIU back-to-school experts list 2016

FIU back-to-school experts list 2016

Below is a list of FIU experts who can comment on back-to-school topics relating to school readiness, anxiety and emotions, […]

FIU receives $5 million NSF grant to launch Center for Aquatic Chemistry and the Environment

FIU receives $5 million NSF grant to launch Center for Aquatic Chemistry and the Environment

When an explosion at the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig sent millions of gallons of oil spilling into the Gulf of […]

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Guilarte discovery opens door to further research into treatment of neurodegenerative disease

Guilarte discovery opens door to further research into treatment of neurodegenerative disease

Tomás R. Guilarte, dean of the Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work, has made a discovery that could […]

Psychologist turns to horses as therapy for kids in foster care

Psychologist turns to horses as therapy for kids in foster care

Horses could help foster care youth overcome challenges thanks to a new FIU program. Researchers at FIU-BRIDGE and the Family […]

Creative concept of the human brain

FIU takes an interdisciplinary approach to neuroscience research

The brain is the most complex organ in the human body. It makes up two percent of a body’s mass yet […]

2016 Torch Awards Gala honors dedicated alumni

2016 Torch Awards Gala honors dedicated alumni

The annual Torch Awards celebrated its 15th anniversary March 19 with a gala honoring distinguished alumni in the FIU community. The […]

Brain research: A collaborative effort at FIU

Brain research: A collaborative effort at FIU

FIU faculty are collaborating across the disciplines on projects related to neuroscience and, specifically, the brain. In addition to the […]

Don Quixote in a wheelchair: Remembering a legendary warrior for the disabled

Don Quixote in a wheelchair: Remembering a legendary warrior for the disabled

A curious, hand-drawn picture hung in professor Andrew “Drew” Batavia’s office: a Picasso-style Don Quixote de la Mancha, with spear […]