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

FIU experts to analyze Zimmerman verdict

FIU has several experts who are available to discuss various issues related to Zimmerman case and upcoming verdict. LAW H. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

What happens when an artist and a physicist meet?

What happens when an artist and a physicist meet?

The world was captivated earlier this year when scientists at CERN confirmed the existence of the elusive Higgs boson particle. […]

94-year-old alumnus on life, love and being a Cold War spy

94-year-old alumnus on life, love and being a Cold War spy

When the country observes Memorial Day Monday, May 27, Manuel “Manny” Chavez ’76, lieutenant colonel U.S. Air Force (retired), will […]

Psychology professor recognized for HIV and drug abuse research

Psychology professor recognized for HIV and drug abuse research

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has awarded psychology professor Raul Gonzalez the Outstanding Early Career Investigator Award for 2013. […]

16-year-old graduate is more than just brains

16-year-old graduate is more than just brains

FIU’s youngest known graduate has found his passion and a career to match. Sky Choi’s usually sunny demeanor transforms into […]

Psychology students help children with developmental challenges get ready for preschool

Psychology students help children with developmental challenges get ready for preschool

FIU psychology students are providing one-on-one therapy to children who have or are at risk for developmental delays or disorders, […]

Celebrating 200,000 graduates

Celebrating 200,000 graduates

Spring graduation made history this year when the 200,000th graduate crossed the Commencement stage. Kailey MacNamara was the lucky Panther, […]

aB South Africa: Team ready to begin its journey

aB South Africa: Team ready to begin its journey

Nine members of the university community made FIU alternative Breaks history April 30, 2013, when they departed for South Africa to work […]

Researchers uncover mystery of charcoal’s fate

Researchers uncover mystery of charcoal’s fate

An international team of researchers, led by FIU Chemistry Professor Rudolf Jaffé and Thorsten Dittmar of the German Max Planck […]

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Women’s Studies Center founder receives Breaking the Glass Ceiling Award

Women’s Studies Center founder receives Breaking the Glass Ceiling Award

An activist for equality, Marilyn Hoder-Salmon’s journey to foster understanding and advancement for women at FIU began in 1982. As […]

Journey to Papua New Guinea

Journey to Papua New Guinea

Research expedition opens FIU team to a new world of culture, experiences and ideas Miami. Atlanta. L.A. Sydney. Cairns. Port […]

Tatiana Trejos, director of the Trace Evidence Analysis Facility at IFRI, explains the facility’s research activities to the African delegation.

Forensic institute hosts African delegation

Law enforcement officials from various parts of Africa visited FIU’s International Forensic Research Institute (IFRI) last month as part of […]