Articles by: Ayleen Barbel Fattal

Women’s Studies presents music by twilight

Women’s Studies presents music by twilight

Venezuela’s No. 1 jazz singer, Maria Rivas, and Orchestra Miami will be performing live at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4 […]

Activist Gloria Steinem to speak at FIU

Activist Gloria Steinem to speak at FIU

Renowned writer, lecturer and activist Gloria Steinem will be hosting a dialogue and community conversation at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23, […]

Undergrad makes the most of exceptional research opportunity

Undergrad makes the most of exceptional research opportunity

This summer, Aneysis Gonzalez was one of only two Florida students selected to participate in the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s […]

Madeleine K. Albright’s message of freedom and democracy

Madeleine K. Albright’s message of freedom and democracy

In honor of Czech Republic President Vaclav Havel’s visit to FIU 10 years ago, former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine […]

FIU opens gateways with new Mastery Math Lab

FIU opens gateways with new Mastery Math Lab

FIU President Mark B. Rosenberg, College of Arts & Sciences Dean Kenneth G. Furton, Student Government Association President Laura Farinas and members […]

Solar flares increase in appearances, intensity

Solar flares increase in appearances, intensity

Increased numbers of solar flares have become common at the moment, as the sun’s normal 11-year activity cycle is ramping […]

Researchers tackle designer drug craze

Researchers tackle designer drug craze

President Obama signed a bill into law this week designating certain chemicals found in designer drugs as FDA-controlled substances. As […]

FIU scientists help find ‘God Particle’

FIU scientists help find ‘God Particle’

Physicists on experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) announced July 4 that they have observed a new particle. The […]

FIU physicists gear up for ‘God particle’ announcement

FIU physicists gear up for ‘God particle’ announcement

In anticipation of an early-morning Wednesday announcement from CERN, the European particle accelerator near Geneva, Florida International University experts are […]

Stargazers to get rare glimpse of Venus transit June 5

Stargazers to get rare glimpse of Venus transit June 5

Before sunset, Tuesday, June 5, the planet Venus will make its last journey across the sun as seen from Earth […]

IFRI takes forensics beyond the lab

IFRI takes forensics beyond the lab

This week, FIU’s International Forensic Research Institute (IFRI) kicks off its Forensic Science Training Development and Delivery Program, bringing groundbreaking forensic science research […]

Early diagnosis of autism can lead to better treatment

Early diagnosis of autism can lead to better treatment

Autism awareness month has come and gone for 2012, but the need for awareness has not. The struggles for families […]

Early spatial thinking skills predictor of STEM achievement

Early spatial thinking skills predictor of STEM achievement

Recent graduates may be surprised to learn that the vocabulary their parents used with them as children may have had […]

Exile through the eyes of a Pedro Pan

Exile through the eyes of a Pedro Pan

Author Carlos M. N. Eire will visit FIU Monday, Nov. 21, to deliver a lecture about his book Learning to […]

Researchers focus on AIDS prevention in Hispanic adolescents

Researchers focus on AIDS prevention in Hispanic adolescents

The National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) has awarded FIU a $2.3 million grant to research prevention methods to address […]