Archive for December, 2017

Russia expert named senior fellow at FIU’s Green School

Russia expert named senior fellow at FIU’s Green School

David Kramer’s latest book details rise of Putin regime, aggression toward U.S. and the West Former assistant secretary of state […]

Experts reflect on intense 2017 hurricane season

Experts reflect on intense 2017 hurricane season

On Dec. 1, Floridians awoke and breathed a collective sigh of relief as they realized they’d reached the end one […]

My internship at Lockheed Martin

My internship at Lockheed Martin

Name: Daniela Gil Major: Mechanical Engineering Where did you intern? I interned at Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems (RMS) […]

Gasparilla Bowl Countdown: 5 fun facts about the Temple Owls

Gasparilla Bowl Countdown: 5 fun facts about the Temple Owls

By Joel Delgado ’12, MS ’17 In any football game, it’s important to know your opponent. For FIU football, they will […]

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Researchers investigate effects of e-cigarettes on adolescent brains

Researchers investigate effects of e-cigarettes on adolescent brains

Use of e-cigarettes is on the rise, leaving scientists wondering what effects they could have on the developing brains of […]

Natural Christmas trees make Santa’s nice list

Natural Christmas trees make Santa’s nice list

When it comes to Christmas trees, natural ones are the way to go, according to FIU botanist Oscar Valverde-Barrantes. Most artificial […]

Freshman wide receiver Bryce Singleton (#9) catches a touchdown during FIU's win over UMass on Dec. 2 at Riccardo Silva Stadium. Photo courtesy of FIU Athletics.

Record-setting weekend for FIU football ends with bowl game announcement

By Joel Delgado ’12, MS ’17 What a weekend it was for FIU football. During their 63-45 victory over the UMass […]

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Gasparilla Bowl logo

FIU to play Temple Owls in Gasparilla Bowl Dec. 21

FIU is headed to St. Petersburg, Florida. Bowl officials announced that the FIU Panthers will play in the Bad Boy […]

Son directs tribute to renowned Cuban music professor

Son directs tribute to renowned Cuban music professor

When Carlos Averhoff Jr. was only nine years old, he began playing music. His instrument of choice was the saxophone […]