Articles by: Clara-Meretan Kiah

5 things you need to know about Zika, its spread

5 things you need to know about Zika, its spread

On Monday, Feb. 1, the World Health Organization declared the Zika virus a public health issue of international concern, a […]

Students hear from professionals in the fields of public health and social work during a panel at last year's PAW.

5 tips for success in life from Panther alumni

NOTE: This article was originally posted in 2016. The next Panther Alumni Week will take place Feb. 5-10, 2018. Every […]

Frost collaboration enhances art education in Sweetwater

Frost collaboration enhances art education in Sweetwater

Inspired by an art exhibit currently on display at the Frost Art Museum, students at Sweetwater Elementary School worked together […]

Sound bite: Professor reads from late alumnus’ crime novel

Sound bite: Professor reads from late alumnus’ crime novel

In 2009, alumnus Anthony Gagliano MFA ’02 suffered a stroke and died, leaving his second crime novel unfinished and the […]

FIU Alumni Association now 200,000 strong

FIU Alumni Association now 200,000 strong

All of FIU’s 200,000+ graduates now belong to the Alumni Association. Every FIU graduate will now have access to the […]

Winter 2015-16 Class Notes

Winter 2015-16 Class Notes

Skip to decade: 1970s | 1980s | 1990s | 2000s | 2010s 1970s Claudia Galofre-Krevat ’78, chef at Claudia’s Mesa, […]

Student speaks out on Venezuelan voting rights

Student speaks out on Venezuelan voting rights

An FIU student spoke out about voting rights in Venezuela at the One Young World Summit held in Bangkok, Thailand, […]

This year's DOE Fellows at an induction ceremony in November.

Training minority students in environmental restoration

Twelve FIU students have earned the opportunity to participate in hands-on research, competitive summer internships and personal mentorship that will […]

Blind alumnus excels as NASA engineer

Blind alumnus excels as NASA engineer

In anticipation of NASA’s launch of the Orbital ATK Cygnus spacecraft on Thursday, Dec. 3, we sat down with electrical […]

FIU Magazine now available for tablet devices

FIU Magazine now available for tablet devices

For the first time, FIU Magazine is available to read on iPad and Android tablets. The new, tablet-friendly magazine was […]

Transforming news of violence to stories of resilience

Transforming news of violence to stories of resilience

Ask the residents of Liberty Square how they would describe their community, and you’ll hear things like “resilient,” “neighborly,” and […]

Program helps minorities pursue doctorates in STEM

Program helps minorities pursue doctorates in STEM

Doctoral candidate Michelle Pierre is working to create a biosensor that can pre-diagnose diabetes, and to develop a form of […]

Drop-in series: Students become dolphin researchers for a day

Drop-in series: Students become dolphin researchers for a day

Inspired by Steve Jobs’ commencement speech at Stanford University where he shared how auditing a calligraphy class while in college […]

Conference showcases local, international undergraduate research

Conference showcases local, international undergraduate research

Undergraduate students from across the university, as well as students who travelled to FIU from all over the U.S. and […]

Student-run communications agency provides real-world experience

Student-run communications agency provides real-world experience

With more than 300 student clubs and organizations on campus, choosing an extra-curricular to join at FIU can be difficult. […]