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Spring 2014 Class Notes

Spring 2014 Class Notes

Gold denotes Alumni Association lifetime members. Submit your own class notes for the next issue of  FIU Magazine here.  Skip […]

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Travels: Storm the beach

Travels: Storm the beach

Editor’s Note: FIU alumnus Corey Ryan ’12 wrote this essay after making two study abroad trips to Normandy Beach, France, […]

Saving Aquarius

Saving Aquarius

How FIU stepped forward to bring the world’s only underwater ocean laboratory back into operation and advance marine science research […]

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Vanishing Points app documents disappearing Louisiana coast

Vanishing Points app documents disappearing Louisiana coast

Miss Mae Mae’s Sno-Ball stand has been a Chauvin, La., landmark for more than 40 years. The business helped her […]

Denise Duhamel, professor in the FIU Creative Writing Program in the Department of English

Duhamel becomes third creative writing professor to earn Guggenheim Fellowship

FIU creative writing professor Denise Duhamel has been named a 2014 Guggenheim Fellow. Duhamel is one of 178 scholars, artists […]

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Researchers and USAID representatives pose at the launch of the Innovation Lab for Climate Resilient Chickpeas in Ethiopia.

Innovation lab to improve chickpea production in Ethiopia

FIU researchers are expanding their efforts to breed climate resilient, higher yielding chickpeas. Funded by the U.S. Agency for International […]

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Long-term predictions for Miami sea level rise could come soon

Long-term predictions for Miami sea level rise could come soon

Miami could know as early as 2020 how high sea levels will rise into the next century, according to a […]

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FIU grad P. Scott Cunningham turns Miami into a hip poetry hub

FIU grad P. Scott Cunningham turns Miami into a hip poetry hub

By Dan Grech The invitation, in true P. Scott Cunningham style, was irresistible. He’s throwing an “old-fashioned book party” in […]

FIU and Zoo Miami hosted students from West Miami Middle School to restore pine rockland on Earth Day, April 9.

FIU celebrates Earth Day, restores pine rockland with West Miami Middle School

The FIU School of Environment, Arts and Society (SEAS) and the Office of University Sustainability celebrated Earth Day by restoring […]

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Cousteau’s Mission 31 to descend on Aquarius June 1

Cousteau’s Mission 31 to descend on Aquarius June 1

Dates have been released for filmmaker Fabien Cousteau’s Mission 31, a historic saturation mission at the FIU Aquarius Reef Base. Cousteau, […]

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Amy Tan shares her journey of creativity with FIU

Amy Tan shares her journey of creativity with FIU

Critically acclaimed author Amy Tan charmed a crowd of hundreds of people at BBC last week for the Creative Writing […]

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Ribes cynosbati, a North American species of gooseberry similar to the Miccosukee gooseberry, is found widespread across eastern North America.

Researchers outline plan to save threatened gooseberry

The Miccosukee gooseberry is on the verge of extinction, but geneticist Eric J. B. von Wettberg believes genetic variation is […]

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FIU to launch Professional Science Masters in Environmental Policy and Management degree this fall

FIU to launch Professional Science Masters in Environmental Policy and Management degree this fall

The FIU Department of Earth and Environment in the College of Arts & Sciences is launching the Professional Science Masters […]

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Eco-Couture was a juicy affair

Eco-Couture was a juicy affair

Graduate student Amira Ajlouni recently turned recycling into a fashion statement. She and more than 45 other FIU students reused, […]

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Wartzok concludes tenure as provost ‘on a very high note’

Wartzok concludes tenure as provost ‘on a very high note’

A letter from President Mark B. Rosenberg to the university community: I write to you today with mixed emotions. Provost […]

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