Archive for September, 2017

Hurricane Irma Experts

Hurricane Irma Experts

In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, FIU experts are available for media inquiries. For help reaching FIU’s hurricane experts, please […]

Preparing for a storm: Health risks you need to know

Preparing for a storm: Health risks you need to know

Hurricane Irma has reached “monster storm” status. As people continue to prepare for the storm, the health risks these storms can […]

Hurricane Irma Update #2: Classes canceled as of 11 p.m. tonight; FIU closed starting on Thursday

Hurricane Irma Update #2: Classes canceled as of 11 p.m. tonight; FIU closed starting on Thursday

Dear members of the university community, There is a strong likelihood that South Florida will be impacted by Hurricane Irma […]

Hurricane guide: Plan for what to do as Hurricane Irma closes in

Hurricane guide: Plan for what to do as Hurricane Irma closes in

As hurricane Irma becomes the strongest Atlantic hurricane ever recorded it’s important to note the catastrophic damage it can cause. […]

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President Rosenberg delivers DACA update

President Rosenberg delivers DACA update

President Mark B. Rosenberg sent the following memo to the university community on Sept. 5: Dear FIU Family, Earlier today, the […]

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Test of the FIU Alert Emergency Notification System

Test of the FIU Alert Emergency Notification System

Dear members of the university community, Thank you for participating in FIU’s test of its Emergency Notification System. Please take […]

Hurricane Irma Update #1

Hurricane Irma Update #1

Hurricane Irma, currently churning east of the Leeward Islands, is expected to continue strengthening and could become a category 4 […]

A conversation with business alumnus now in top ranks at GM

A conversation with business alumnus now in top ranks at GM

Two-time College of Business graduate Jose Tomas ’92, MS ’03 began his rise to human resource leadership working at Publix Super […]