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

Linguistics Program adds festival to annual lecture event

Linguistics Program adds festival to annual lecture event

The Linguistics Program in the Department of English will host the annual “Barbara Gordon Memorial Lecture” and “Festival – Linguistics […]

Child and adolescent mental health experts convene in Miami

Child and adolescent mental health experts convene in Miami

The biennial Niagara in Miami Conference conference on child and adolescent mental health will take place March 6-8 in the Kovens […]

1 Billion Rising coming to FIU Feb. 14

1 Billion Rising coming to FIU Feb. 14

On Thursday, Feb. 14, members of the university community — on campus and beyond — will be rising, talking, engaging, […]

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Lecture explores unveiling of Islamic Hijab

Lecture explores unveiling of Islamic Hijab

The Department of Philosophy will be hosting a talk about the Islamic Hijab at 3 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8 in […]

Edwidge Danticat to talk about exiles, the arts Feb. 11

Edwidge Danticat to talk about exiles, the arts Feb. 11

Edwidge Danticat will give a talk, “Making Art In Cities of Exile,” Monday, Feb. 11, in Graham Center (GC) 243 […]

Creating a passion for math in young students through Math Circles

Creating a passion for math in young students through Math Circles

  It’s Saturday morning at FIU, and 14 children are talking about pirates. They are discussing a tale that includes […]

Math Lab proves successful with increase in algebra pass rates

Math Lab proves successful with increase in algebra pass rates

Fall 2012 College Algebra pass rates have increased to 52 percent. That’s an increase of about 20 percent since efforts […]

Researchers combat water toxins

Researchers combat water toxins

Chemistry professor Kevin O’Shea is working with international chemists and environmental engineers to develop a new clean technology that will […]

Psychology professor recognized for suicide research

Psychology professor recognized for suicide research

The American Association of Suicidology (AAS) has awarded Jeremy Pettit, associate professor of psychology, the Edwin Shneidman Award for 2013. The […]

Professor contributes to nationwide university diversity initiatives

Professor contributes to nationwide university diversity initiatives

Physics professor and Women’s Studies Center Director Yesim Darici visited Yale University to evaluate the diversity initiatives of its physics […]

FIU experts available to discuss Newtown school shooting

Anibal Gutierrez, Ph.D., BCBA-D Director, Behavior Analysis Autism Research Lab Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology Gutierrez is a Board Certified […]

TEDxFIU in Review: James Webb

TEDxFIU in Review: James Webb

Space travel and exploration have helped man come to a better understanding of the world around and beyond. But today, […]

Counting down the days until December 21, 2012

Counting down the days until December 21, 2012

What if you knew the world were going to end? Next week. On December 21. By now, every Mayanist scholar […]

Students recognized at national biomedical research conference

Students recognized at national biomedical research conference

Three FIU undergraduate students received awards for their research presented at the 2012 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students […]

On Wednesday, remember this: Twelve may be the most important number ever

On Wednesday, remember this: Twelve may be the most important number ever

In mathematics, it is called a sublime number. In religion, some would argue it is nearly holy. Western music is […]