Archive for January, 2018

FIU tests emergency notification system

FIU tests emergency notification system

This is a test of the FIU emergency notification system. This is only a test. FIU faculty, staff and students […]

Tales of SOBEWFF® past

Tales of SOBEWFF® past

The annual Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival enters its 17th year of wine, food […]

Photo by Lance McCord, Creative Common's License.

Flu season worsens, doctors urge vaccinations

It’s official, this year’s flu season is a bad one, and it’s not over. But there’s still time for you […]

Why I donated blood for the first time

Why I donated blood for the first time

January is National Blood Donor Month. The Red Cross encourages individuals to resolve to roll up a sleeve to give […]

McNair Fellows and Fostering Panther Pride on Capitol Hill.

Students kick off semester in D.C. tackling national challenges

Just before Congress and the President reached an impasse, prompting a government shutdown and uncertainty on DACA, a group of FIU […]

Save on tickets to SOBEWFF®

Save on tickets to SOBEWFF®

Valentine’s Day is only a month away, so it’s time to start thinking about what to get that special someone […]

Facts women and men should know about cervical cancer

Facts women and men should know about cervical cancer

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness month and the message from the Centers from Disease Control and Prevention is that “no […]

Elementary, middle school students cheer on Panthers for Education Day

Elementary, middle school students cheer on Panthers for Education Day

By Joel Delgado ’12, MS ’17 What happens when you pack 2,000 elementary and middle school students into the Ocean Bank […]

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My internship at BBC Worldwide

My internship at BBC Worldwide

Name: Vanessa Michelle Sanchez Major: Public relations Where did you intern? BBC Worldwide What did you do there? Trade marketing How did you […]

City Manager Jimmy Morales  in his American Government classroom

City manager, police chief teach FIU dual enrollment courses

  Imagine taking a U.S. government class with a current city manager who is a Harvard-trained lawyer and has nearly 20 years of […]

Major gift by late philanthropist caps 18-year legacy of Wolfsonian support

Major gift by late philanthropist caps 18-year legacy of Wolfsonian support

Palm Beach philanthropist Jean S. Sharf and her late husband, collector and scholar Frederic A. Sharf, have gifted more than 650 items […]

The Frost announces Spring 2018 season schedule

The Frost announces Spring 2018 season schedule

By Joel Delgado ’12, MS ’17 The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum announced its spring season schedule last week, which will feature […]

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Got my first job! Working for Univision

Got my first job! Working for Univision

In this series, recent grads share their journey to landing that first job out of college. After years of studying […]

Rosenberg uses MLK celebration to address prejudice

Rosenberg uses MLK celebration to address prejudice

President Mark B. Rosenberg sent the following message to the university community on Friday, Jan. 12. Watch his full remarks at the […]

My internship at a global aerospace technology company

My internship at a global aerospace technology company

Name: Alexand Gibson Major: Mechanical engineering Where did you intern? I interned with the System Integration Test & Evaluation (SIT&E) […]