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

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Single? Here are 6 ways to beat the holiday blues

If you are single this holiday season, you may not have a plus-one for that New Year’s party, but psychologist Lisa […]

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Origins of the Christmas Star are scientific mystery

December is a month of celebration throughout the world and across cultures and religions. Perhaps one of the most widely observed […]

Kenneth G. Furton named National Academy of Inventors Fellow

Kenneth G. Furton named National Academy of Inventors Fellow

The 2016 National Academy of Inventors Fellows Selection Committee has named Provost and Executive Vice President Kenneth G. Furton an […]

Cheap, fun ways kids can learn through play this holiday break

Cheap, fun ways kids can learn through play this holiday break

Children learn best through play, but expensive toys are not necessary. With winter break fast approaching, parents can make the […]

November 2016 in photos: TEDxFIU, Walk on Water, Thanksgiving

November 2016 in photos: TEDxFIU, Walk on Water, Thanksgiving

The fall semester is almost over and November has been an exciting month at FIU. Between all the Thanksgiving festivities, […]

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NSF grant to attract women, minority engineering and science professors to FIU

NSF grant to attract women, minority engineering and science professors to FIU

FIU has been awarded a $3.2 million National Science Foundation ADVANCE Institutional Transformation Grant aimed at developing strategies to increase […]

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Look up tonight, supermoon on the rise

As the moon reaches full phase Monday, Nov. 14, it will be the closest it’s been to Earth since 1948. There […]

My internship viral mapping Zika

My internship viral mapping Zika

Name: Lillie Garvin Major: Psychology/Pre-Med track Hometown: Miami, Florida Where did you intern? Alliance for Global Justice (AFGJ), an organization that works with communities […]

Faculty mentor their colleagues in a newly expanded program

Faculty mentor their colleagues in a newly expanded program

Kathy Quardokus Fisher was finishing her post-doc studies at Oregon State University in readiness for a move to FIU, where she had […]

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President, provost announce preeminent programs

President, provost announce preeminent programs

President Mark B. Rosenberg and Provost and Executive Vice President Kenneth G. Furton sent the following memo to the university community on […]

Helplessness turns to hope

Helplessness turns to hope

FIU’s Center for Children and Families revolutionizes treatments for childhood mental health and behavior disorders. —By Ayleen Barbel Fattal and JoAnn […]

Stick figure drawings can help you understand the world

Stick figure drawings can help you understand the world

When’s the last time you drew something? Aside from doodling on the sides of our notes, most of us haven’t […]

New lab helps students slay math

New lab helps students slay math

A second Mastery Math Lab has opened its doors this fall to serve more than 2,000 students enrolled in university […]

TEDxFIU announces speakers for fifth annual event

TEDxFIU announces speakers for fifth annual event

Eight speakers will introduce their unexpected discoveries this November at the biggest TEDxFIU to date. The event has moved from […]

Aedes aegypti can spread  the Zika virus

The time for spraying is over in fight against Zika, professor says

Biologist Matthew DeGennaro conducts research on mosquito behavior with FIU’s Biomolecular Sciences Institute. He hopes to uncover information that will someday lead […]

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