Articles by: Evelyn S. Gonzalez

Paul Nunez, Haydee Borrero and Hong Liu of the Earth and Environment department pose with Vice-Governor Chen Zhangliang (second from right) of Guangxi, China.

Students explore orchid conservation efforts in China

Hong Liu, assistant professor of ecology, and undergraduate students Haydee Borrero and Paul Nunez recently spent three weeks exploring Guangxi, […]

Professor James Webb explains the images on a monitor of the Venus Transit atop the Red Parking Garage.

Community turns out for Venus transit

While the timing of a Venus transit is predictable, the weather is not. Approximately 100 people from FIU and neighboring […]

Stewart D'Alessio

Residential burglaries decrease, Criminal Justice study finds

Despite poor economic conditions and high unemployment, residential burglary in the United States has decreased, according to Stewart J. D’Alessio, […]

Marine science discoveries become art

Marine science discoveries become art

The art exhibit “Macroalgae: Hidden Colors of the Sea” is currently featured at FIU’s Glenn Hubert Library at the Biscayne […]

Professor offers insight into Florida’s recent sinkholes

Professor offers insight into Florida’s recent sinkholes

A sinkhole, about 100-feet-wide and 50-feet-deep, opened up in the backyard of a home in Windermere, Fla., May 3. Almost one week […]

Faculty profile: Hakan Yilmazkuday

Faculty profile: Hakan Yilmazkuday

This is the seventh article in a series highlighting some of the 124 faculty members who were hired during the […]

FIU to be honored for promoting Portuguese language, Brazilian culture

FIU to be honored for promoting Portuguese language, Brazilian culture

FIU will be honored with a Brazilian International Press (BIP) Award as an Outstanding Institution Promoting Portuguese Language at the Amaturo Theater […]

Creative Writing’s Dufresne is a Guggenheim Fellow

Creative Writing’s Dufresne is a Guggenheim Fellow

FIU creative writing professor John Dufresne has been named a 2012 Guggenheim Fellow. Dufresne is one of 181 scholars, artists and […]

Physics student to meet Nobel Prize winners in Germany

Physics student to meet Nobel Prize winners in Germany

FIU physics Ph.D. student Idaykis Rodriguez ’08 is packing her bags and passport and headed to Lindau, Germany, this summer now that […]

FIU Agroecology students pose in front of the U.S. Capitol in early March.

FIU takes D.C.

Students from the FIU Agroecology Program visited Washington, D.C., to take part in the Multicultural Scholars (MSP) and National Needs […]

Geoscience students explore Death Valley

Geoscience students explore Death Valley

For some, spring break means lazy days at the beach. But for 13 FIU students, Spring Break 2012 meant trading […]

Spring shopping at BBC

Spring shopping at BBC

Rita M. Cauce, librarian at the FIU Green Library, browses through shirts from a local vendor at the Biscayne Bay […]

"Peanut" the owl monkey lounges at his home in the DuMond Conservancy.

FIU primatologist to talk monkey business, chasing dreams

Sian Evans, FIU professor and managing director of the DuMond Conservancy, will present “Anthropoid Adventures” Tuesday, March 27 at the […]

Alligator researcher wins science policy experience in Washington, D.C.

Alligator researcher wins science policy experience in Washington, D.C.

Adam Rosenblatt, a Ph.D. candidate in the FIU Department of Biological Sciences, has been awarded the 2012 Graduate Student Policy […]

Abdel Perea, '11, at Howard University for the Rangel Fellowship final interviews

FIU alumnus earns Capitol Hill internship experience

Abdel Perera, ‘11, is headed to Capitol Hill in May. The School of International and Public Affairs alumnus has been awarded […]