Posts tagged with: "School of Integrated Science and Humanity (SISH)"

New forensic method could help police solve crimes

New forensic method could help police solve crimes

Forensic researchers at Florida International University have developed a groundbreaking method that can tie a shooter to the ammunition used […]

Stargazers to get rare glimpse of Venus transit June 5

Stargazers to get rare glimpse of Venus transit June 5

Before sunset, Tuesday, June 5, the planet Venus will make its last journey across the sun as seen from Earth […]

2012 summer camps at FIU

2012 summer camps at FIU

Experts say that children need to be kept active — mentally and physically — during the summer break to avoid […]

Summer break could mean learning loss for some kids

Summer break could mean learning loss for some kids

The arrival of summer means one thing for students and parents: a much needed break. But just because school ends […]

Pelham receives Distinguished Scientist Award

Pelham receives Distinguished Scientist Award

The Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology (SSCP) has awarded William E. Pelham, professor of psychology and director of FIU’s […]

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‘New York Times’ features FIU research on callous-unemotional children

‘New York Times’ features FIU research on callous-unemotional children

Daniel Waschbusch believes no child is a lost cause. The FIU psychologist in the Center for Children and Families is […]

IFRI takes forensics beyond the lab

IFRI takes forensics beyond the lab

This week, FIU’s International Forensic Research Institute (IFRI) kicks off its Forensic Science Training Development and Delivery Program, bringing groundbreaking forensic science research […]

Early diagnosis of autism can lead to better treatment

Early diagnosis of autism can lead to better treatment

Autism awareness month has come and gone for 2012, but the need for awareness has not. The struggles for families […]

Physics student to meet Nobel Prize winners in Germany

Physics student to meet Nobel Prize winners in Germany

FIU physics Ph.D. student Idaykis Rodriguez ’08 is packing her bags and passport and headed to Lindau, Germany, this summer now that […]

FIU joins STEM education national dialogue at 100Kin10 Partner Summit

FIU joins STEM education national dialogue at 100Kin10 Partner Summit

As a partner in the 100Kin10 movement, FIU is participating in today’s 100Kin10 Partner Summit in Washington, D.C. The initiative […]

Early spatial thinking skills predictor of STEM achievement

Early spatial thinking skills predictor of STEM achievement

Recent graduates may be surprised to learn that the vocabulary their parents used with them as children may have had […]

From homeless to cum laude: A graduate’s journey

From homeless to cum laude: A graduate’s journey

At one point in his life, after he joined the army to escape a girlfriend who broke his heart, after […]

FIU receives NSF grant to advance women faculty in science and math

FIU receives NSF grant to advance women faculty in science and math

FIU has received a National Science Foundation ADVANCE grant to facilitate the hiring, retention and promotion of women in the academic […]

Researchers focus on AIDS prevention in Hispanic adolescents

Researchers focus on AIDS prevention in Hispanic adolescents

The National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) has awarded FIU a $2.3 million grant to research prevention methods to address […]

Cognitive Neuroscience lecture series kicks off Nov. 3

Cognitive Neuroscience lecture series kicks off Nov. 3

Examining the correlation between humans and other primates, the School of Integrated Science and Humanity (SISH) will launch its Cognitive Neuroscience […]

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