Posts tagged with: "Student Affairs"

Holocaust survivor to share his experience

Holocaust survivor to share his experience

FIU’s Holocaust and Genocide Studies Program, together with Hillel at FIU, plans to raise awareness and understanding about the atrocities […]

Annual MLK commemorative breakfast to feature Donovan Livingston

Annual MLK commemorative breakfast to feature Donovan Livingston

The Department of Multicultural Programs and Services is honoring the memory of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a month-long […]

New tradition honors veteran graduates

New tradition honors veteran graduates

  FIU’s Office of Veteran and Military Affairs held its first Graduating Veterans Recognition Ceremony in December. Surrounded by families and […]

Everything you need to get election-ready

Everything you need to get election-ready

Did you know early voting for the 2018 midterm elections starts this week? How about that FIU MMC is an […]

MLK scholarship opportunities available

MLK scholarship opportunities available

FIU’s Department of Multicultural Programs and Services is currently accepting entries and nominations for the 2019 MLK Essay Scholarship, MLK Peace […]

Tell your complete educational story to potential employers

Tell your complete educational story to potential employers

Some skills are considered too “small” or specific to become a degree program and aren’t often listed on a student’s […]

Welcome to #BassDropUniversity

Welcome to #BassDropUniversity

Summer Fest is proof FIU can throw a party! The annual, turbo-charged electronic music concert was held July 12 between […]

Elizabeth Bejar appointed Senior VP for Academic and Student Affairs

Elizabeth Bejar appointed Senior VP for Academic and Student Affairs

President Mark B. Rosenberg and Executive Vice President Kenneth G. Furton shared the following message with the university community on […]

Roary holding sign of Title IX

5 facts you should know about Title IX (and your rights!)

It’s hard to believe that not long ago, women were banned from most collegiate sport teams and that certain science, […]

Volcán de Fuego, Guatemala. Photo by rpphotos.

Tragedy in Guatemala

On Friday, June 8, President Rosenberg sent the following message to the university community: The unfolding tragedy in Guatemala caused […]

May 2018 in photos: Orientation, Roary and a Wall of Wind challenge

May 2018 in photos: Orientation, Roary and a Wall of Wind challenge

There’s no rest for the weary. Panthers never slow down not even in the dog days of summer. Campus has […]

Making the healthy choice, the easy choice for Panthers

Making the healthy choice, the easy choice for Panthers

Three years ago, Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) invited 21 colleges and universities to adopt a set of rigorous […]

FIU Rugby heads to nationals

FIU Rugby heads to nationals

The talented players and coaches behind the men’s and women’s FIU Rugby teams are a silent force to be reckoned […]

Service dog makes FIU history

Service dog makes FIU history

A seven-year-old Pitbull named Kali made FIU history. During this year’s spring commencement, Kali received a notable distinction for her hard […]

Student returns to classroom after 62-year hiatus

Student returns to classroom after 62-year hiatus

Like every new student, Arlyne Frankel was both excited and nervous about attending Panther Camp, an optional three-day program designed […]