Articles by: Alyse Mier

Cabezas in a cargo plane flying over Afghanistan.

Serving female veterans

Veteran Anais Cabezas ’15 was having a difficult time reassimilating to civilian life. But she found help through the Focus Forward […]

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FIU band marches onto beIN Sports Network

FIU band marches onto beIN Sports Network

Click the gray highlighted text to hear playable content. The sound of percussive beats pervades the air as drummers bang […]

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Hurricane guide: Plan for what to do as Hurricane Irma closes in

Hurricane guide: Plan for what to do as Hurricane Irma closes in

As hurricane Irma becomes the strongest Atlantic hurricane ever recorded it’s important to note the catastrophic damage it can cause. […]

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Nicholine Azirh

FIU helps young leader chart her course to sea captain

FIU has helped a young African woman land on a path to her dream job. In 2016 Nicholine Azirh came […]

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One alumna’s mission to make arts education accessible in Miami

One alumna’s mission to make arts education accessible in Miami

The familiar sound of pounding drums could be heard throughout the hallways of Dr. Michael Krop Senior High School. A […]

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An NSF fellow, alumna works to eliminate mental health stigmas

An NSF fellow, alumna works to eliminate mental health stigmas

Recent graduate Gabriela Goldberg ’16 has always been fascinated by the human brain, so she decided to dedicate her life to understanding […]

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FIU celebrates its recognition as one of the greatest colleges to work for

FIU celebrates its recognition as one of the greatest colleges to work for

A crowd of lively FIU faculty and staff packed the Green library breezeway today to celebrate a milestone in the […]

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Graduate student’s start-up is in full bloom

Graduate student’s start-up is in full bloom

Graduate student Daniela Salazar realized there’s an important, obvious issue that flower vendors have not addressed: consumers are paying far too […]

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