Articles by: Ayleen Barbel Fattal

Psychology professor recognized for HIV and drug abuse research

Psychology professor recognized for HIV and drug abuse research

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has awarded psychology professor Raul Gonzalez the Outstanding Early Career Investigator Award for 2013. […]

Inaugural Master of Arts in Global Governance cohort graduates

Inaugural Master of Arts in Global Governance cohort graduates

This spring, 24 students received the first Professional Master of Arts in Global Governance (MAGG) degrees ever awarded at FIU. These […]

Psychology students help children with developmental challenges get ready for preschool

Psychology students help children with developmental challenges get ready for preschool

FIU psychology students are providing one-on-one therapy to children who have or are at risk for developmental delays or disorders, […]

Women’s Studies Center founder receives Breaking the Glass Ceiling Award

Women’s Studies Center founder receives Breaking the Glass Ceiling Award

An activist for equality, Marilyn Hoder-Salmon’s journey to foster understanding and advancement for women at FIU began in 1982. As […]

Tatiana Trejos, director of the Trace Evidence Analysis Facility at IFRI, explains the facility’s research activities to the African delegation.

Forensic institute hosts African delegation

Law enforcement officials from various parts of Africa visited FIU’s International Forensic Research Institute (IFRI) last month as part of […]

New results indicate discovery is a Higgs boson particle

New results indicate discovery is a Higgs boson particle

According to results announced March 14 at the Rencontres de Moriond conference in La Thuile, Italy, the particle discovered last […]

Forensic science experts convene at FIU

Forensic science experts convene at FIU

FIU’s International Forensic Research Institute (IFRI) will host a symposium on “Research and Practice in the Forensic Sciences,” Wednesday, March […]

Meteor, asteroid put spotlight on space exploration

Meteor, asteroid put spotlight on space exploration

Friday, February 15, proved an active day for space exploration enthusiasts as both a meteor struck in Russia and an […]

Child and adolescent mental health experts convene in Miami

Child and adolescent mental health experts convene in Miami

The biennial Niagara in Miami Conference conference on child and adolescent mental health will take place March 6-8 in the Kovens […]

Lecture explores unveiling of Islamic Hijab

Lecture explores unveiling of Islamic Hijab

The Department of Philosophy will be hosting a talk about the Islamic Hijab at 3 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8 in […]

Math Lab proves successful with increase in algebra pass rates

Math Lab proves successful with increase in algebra pass rates

Fall 2012 College Algebra pass rates have increased to 52 percent. That’s an increase of about 20 percent since efforts […]

Researchers combat water toxins

Researchers combat water toxins

Chemistry professor Kevin O’Shea is working with international chemists and environmental engineers to develop a new clean technology that will […]

Psychology professor recognized for suicide research

Psychology professor recognized for suicide research

The American Association of Suicidology (AAS) has awarded Jeremy Pettit, associate professor of psychology, the Edwin Shneidman Award for 2013. The […]

Professor contributes to nationwide university diversity initiatives

Professor contributes to nationwide university diversity initiatives

Physics professor and Women’s Studies Center Director Yesim Darici visited Yale University to evaluate the diversity initiatives of its physics […]

Students recognized at national biomedical research conference

Students recognized at national biomedical research conference

Three FIU undergraduate students received awards for their research presented at the 2012 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students […]