The student section was electric for the football team's home opener vs. WKU. Photo by Margi Rentis.September in photos: Football, coding and helping our neighborsHere are some of our favorite moments from September, as captured by FIU photographers Margi Rentis, Carl-Frederick Francois and Doug Garland.Campus & Community By David Drucker September 30, 2019 at 12:00pm FIU was named a "Great College to Work For" this month, and President Mark B. Rosenberg was thrilled to celebrate the accomplishment with the university community. Photo by Margi Rentis. On Saturday, President Mark B. Rosenberg and the Board of Trustees presented President of Colombia Iván Duque Márquez the FIU Medallion of Courage. A turtle models at Modesto A. Maidique Campus. Photo by Margi Rentis. MANGO: Where studying, snacking and chatting intersect. Photo by Margi Rentis. The university hosted Shellhacks, the largest hackathon in Florida, earlier this month. Photo by Carl-Frederick Francois. As Hurricane Dorian hovered off of Florida's coast earlier this month, the university served as a base of operations for first responders ready to deploy to different areas of the state. Photo by Doug Garland. The RFCOM Lab in the College of Engineering and Computing has some world-class equipment. Earlier this month, the Air Force awarded FIU $4.82 million to propel research on origami antennas. Photo by Doug Garland. In professor Barry Gump's brewing class, students perform a test to determine the specific gravity of a beer. Photo by Carl-Frederick Francois. The band was louder than ever. The cheerleaders were brimming with Panther Pride. And the Miami sunset was as beautiful as ever. FIU Football celebrated its home opener Sept. 7 against WKU. Photo by Margi Rentis.