Articles by: Evelyn S. Gonzalez

Grant renewed for biomedical and behavioral research program

Grant renewed for biomedical and behavioral research program

FIU received a five-year renewal for its Minority Biomedical Research Support-Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement (MBRS-RISE) Program. Funded by the […]

@FIU_PIR tweets its way into presidential debate

@FIU_PIR tweets its way into presidential debate

If you’ve ever wondered whether professors can sum up their thoughts in 140 characters or less, tune in to Twitter […]

Model UN delegation named Best Small Delegation twice in two weeks

Model UN delegation named Best Small Delegation twice in two weeks

The FIU Model United Nations (UN) team was named “Best Small Delegation” in two national competitions this month — the […]

Researcher to explore sustainability of freshwater resources

Researcher to explore sustainability of freshwater resources

FIU is part of a consortium of universities launching a study on water sustainability in the Sunbelt, with hopes of […]

Alumnus explores Latin American studies at Oxford

Alumnus explores Latin American studies at Oxford

Juan Sebastian Gil ’11, a College of Arts & Sciences alumnus, has embarked on graduate studies and research at the […]

Rosenbaum named public administration fellow

Rosenbaum named public administration fellow

FIU Public Administration Professor Allan Rosenbaum has been named a fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA). Rosenbaum, […]

Adelin Gasana to screen ‘Cuban America’ at BBC

Adelin Gasana to screen ‘Cuban America’ at BBC

The School of Environment, Arts and Society (SEAS) is commemorating Hispanic Heritage Month with a screening of Cuban America Tuesday, […]

Biology doctoral candidate Ross Boucek goes electrofishing for snook in the Everglades.

Students wade through research in the Everglades

Have you ever wondered what the inside of an alligator smells like? Do you know what a symphony of mosquitoes sound […]

Fulbright professor studies fat cells in plants

Fulbright professor studies fat cells in plants

Alejandro Barbieri, associate professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, has been awarded a 2012-2013 Fulbright Scholar Program fellowship. Administered […]

Professor celebrates release of novel on Russian holy fools

Professor celebrates release of novel on Russian holy fools

Debra Dean, professor in the Creative Writing program, is celebrating the release of her latest book, The Mirrored World. The […]

‘The Intersectionist’ to lead discussion on creating opportunities

‘The Intersectionist’ to lead discussion on creating opportunities

Joe Zammit-Lucia, dubbed “The Intersectionist,” will present “Sustainability, Trans-Disciplinarity, and the Arts” Tuesday, Aug. 21, in the Graham Center (GC) […]

Astryd Rodriguez, a traditionally reserved student according to her FIU professors, can't hide her excitement while encountering a storm during her summer research experience in Kansas.

Students chase storms, dreams this summer

Three atmospheric sciences majors from the Department of Earth and Environment are literally chasing their dreams this summer. The seniors […]

Palm species named after Wertheim Conservatory curator

Palm species named after Wertheim Conservatory curator

When someone refers to the Orania zonae, they’ll be giving a nod to FIU tropical botanist Scott Zona. The species […]

Classes at Strategic Language Institute start July 16

Classes at Strategic Language Institute start July 16

The FIU Strategic Language Institute (SLI) will open its doors this month to students, working professionals and members of the […]

Marine life invokes a love-of-life for one Ph.D. candidate

Marine life invokes a love-of-life for one Ph.D. candidate

Originally from land-locked Cincinnati, Ohio, Elizabeth Lacey credits a family trip when she was 8-years-old to the beaches in California […]