Posts tagged with: "STEM"

Career physicist, unexpected advocate

Career physicist, unexpected advocate

Yesim Darici did not pursue a career in advocacy. She is a scientist – a theoretical and experimental physicist with […]

The American anole, or the green anole, is the only native species of anole found in Florida.

Biologist rounds up lizards on the loose

Lizards are on the loose in South Florida and FIU biologist James Stroud needs local middle schoolers to help him […]

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 […]

My internship working on missile systems

My internship working on missile systems

Name: David Vallejo Major: Electrical Engineering Hometown: Miami, Florida Where you interned: Raytheon Missile Systems in Tucson, Arizona How did […]

5 ways to add tech skills to a resume

5 ways to add tech skills to a resume

It’s no secret that in today’s digital age, technical professionals are in high demand. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects […]

NSF grant to increase computer science graduates in Florida

NSF grant to increase computer science graduates in Florida

As part of a grant from the National Science Foundation, FIU and two other Florida universities will receive $1 million each […]

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My internship at Lockheed Martin

My internship at Lockheed Martin

Name: Jorge Cisternas Major: Undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering Hometown: Santiago, Chile Where you interned: Lockheed Martin Orlando. I got to […]

Arctic expedition will embark with 4 FIU students on board

Arctic expedition will embark with 4 FIU students on board

  Four FIU students will have the chance to participate in a groundbreaking research and education expedition into the Arctic’s […]

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Gene Yllanes

From fixing cell phones in his dorm to Capitol Hill

Gene Yllanes is an undergraduate student studying electrical engineering in the College of Engineering & Computing. Below is his first-person […]

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 […]

FIU honored as change agent, leader in hurricane preparedness

FIU honored as change agent, leader in hurricane preparedness

  When a hurricane is barreling down on you, it’s too late to prepare. Erik Salna has dedicated his career […]

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 […]

Student lands national scholarship, job at NIH after graduation

Student lands national scholarship, job at NIH after graduation

An FIU student was chosen as one of 16 undergraduates across the nation to receive a scholarship from the National […]

FIU Drs. Raul Gonzalez and Angie Laird reflect on their day on Capitol Hill advocating for the ABCD study.

Researchers petition Congress for support of landmark brain study

This week, researchers from universities across the country gathered at FIU in D.C. to discuss an unprecedented study on adolescent brain […]

Education Professor Laura Dinehart has been named interim executive director of a new school being formed within the College of Arts, Sciences & Education.

Teacher diversity is a growing concern in education system

There’s no question about it – America is becoming increasingly diverse. The diversity of teachers, however, hasn’t quite caught up, […]