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Deering Estate in Cutler Bay, Fla.

FIU, Deering Estate formalize partnership

Florida International University and Deering Estate are joining forces to create new research and education opportunities. FIU and Deering Estate, […]

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Throwback Thursday: ‘No Hat Upon His Head’

Throwback Thursday: ‘No Hat Upon His Head’

  FIU’s Shakespeare influence began long before the exhibit First Folio! The Book that Gave us Shakespeare arrived on campus […]

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FIU’s a stage for Shakespeare first edition

FIU’s a stage for Shakespeare first edition

William Shakespeare’s First Folio is on display at FIU, the only site in Florida to host a first edition of […]

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FIU presents ‘Zika Watch: What South Florida Needs to Know’

FIU presents ‘Zika Watch: What South Florida Needs to Know’

FIU will present “Zika Watch: What South Florida Needs to Know” Wednesday, Feb. 3, in room 243 of the Graham […]

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FIU Zika experts list

FIU Zika experts list

For questions or assistance in contacting any of the following experts, please call the Office of Media Relations: Maydel Santana-Bravo: […]

The book that gave us Shakespeare

The book that gave us Shakespeare

On Feb. 2, the FIU Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum will open its doors to William Shakespeare’s First Folio! […]

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Photo courtesy of thecultureist.com

Saving endangered languages, one book at a time

Every two weeks, another language goes extinct. “It is estimated that within 100 years, the world could lose well over […]

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Visit Shakespeare’s London at FIU’s new virtual reality facility

Visit Shakespeare’s London at FIU’s new virtual reality facility

It’s 1598, and you’re on your way to the Globe Theater to watch one of Shakespeare’s plays. You walk along the dirt […]

Arts & Sciences, Education join forces to form new college

Arts & Sciences, Education join forces to form new college

The College of Arts & Sciences and College of Education are integrating to form the College of Arts, Sciences & […]

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Student intern discovers passion for book publishing

Student intern discovers passion for book publishing

This story is part of an occasional series that looks to highlight the benefits students derive from doing internships. FIU […]

Florida's mangroves move inland to keep up with salt water intrusion caused by sea level rise.

Mangroves move inland as seas rise

Adapting to the damaging effects of climate change, plants are gradually moving to where temperatures are cooler, rainfall is greater, […]

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Understanding citizens for better Everglades restoration

Understanding citizens for better Everglades restoration

Mustafa Kamal Sikder wants more people to engage in Everglades restoration efforts. The FIU environmental studies student is examining Floridians’ […]

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Christopher Baraloto, director of the International Center for Tropical Botany, a collaboration between FIU and the National Tropical Botanical Garden.

Getting to the root of plant form and function

The remarkable diversity of plant shapes and sizes found around the world can explain how some of the most complex […]

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Photo by Luke Linhoff

With only 500 remaining, biologist joins fight to save Wyoming toad

FIU biology student Luke Linhoff is on a mission to save the endangered Wyoming toad. The toad is no longer […]

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‘Star Wars’ was engineered to appeal to us all

‘Star Wars’ was engineered to appeal to us all

As part of an op-ed series, FIU News shares the expertise and diverse perspectives of members of the university community. In […]