Articles by: Evelyn S. Gonzalez

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 […]

NFL cheerleader turned scientist to give lecture at FIU

NFL cheerleader turned scientist to give lecture at FIU

Mireya Mayor, anthropologist, primatologist, wildlife correspondent and motivational speaker, will present “My Wild Life” Friday, March 23 at Rafael Diaz-Balart […]

Raphael Garcia outside the White House. He is currently interning at a lobbying firm in D.C.

FIU alumni are Rangel finalists

FIU School of International and Public Affairs alumni, Ernesto Alfonso and Abdel Perrera, are finalists for the 2012 Rangel Program: […]

FIU symposium commemorates 50th anniversary of the end of the Algerian War

FIU symposium commemorates 50th anniversary of the end of the Algerian War

The FIU Department of Modern Languages will host an international symposium, The Legacy of the Algerian War: Between History, Memory […]

Judaic lecture series features ‘Dolphin Boy’ documentary

Judaic lecture series features ‘Dolphin Boy’ documentary

The FIU Judaic Studies Program will host a screening of “Dolphin Boy” at noon Friday, March 9 at Academic Health Center […]

FIU senior wins cultural immersion experience in Germany

FIU senior wins cultural immersion experience in Germany

Timur Kuzibaev, a senior majoring in political science, has received a 2012-2013 Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (CBYX) Program fellowship and will […]

Researcher to discuss Cuban turtles, marine biodiversity at Luna Star Cafe

Researcher to discuss Cuban turtles, marine biodiversity at Luna Star Cafe

Fernando Bretos, a research associate at The Ocean Foundation (TOF), will present “Cuba: The Accidental Eden” Tuesday, Feb. 28 at […]

EU ambassador to discuss world economic crisis at FIU

EU ambassador to discuss world economic crisis at FIU

Ambassador João Vale de Almeida, head of delegation for the European Union (EU) to the United States, will present “Transatlantic Relations […]

Going bananas for Yonanas

Going bananas for Yonanas

FIU alumni invented a kitchen appliance that provides a healthy alternative to ice cream. Now their cool invention is hotter […]

SEAS launching Environmental Film Series for spring semester

The School of Environment, Arts and Society (SEAS) in the College of Arts & Sciences is inaugurating its first Environmental […]

Creative Writing professor becomes United States Artists Fellow

Creative Writing professor becomes United States Artists Fellow

English and Creative Writing professor Campbell McGrath was recently named a United States Artists (USA) Fellow. McGrath was one of 52 […]

Coral reef study gets boost from NSF

Coral reef study gets boost from NSF

FIU has received grant to study the adverse effects of algae and microbes on coral reefs. The $822,000 grant is […]

FIU student, philanthropist recognized by National Collegiate Honors Council

FIU student, philanthropist recognized by National Collegiate Honors Council

FIU student Daniel J. Tapanes was recently honored as the 2011-2012 Student of the Year at the annual National Collegiate Honors […]

FIU receives NSF grant to advance women faculty in science and math

FIU receives NSF grant to advance women faculty in science and math

FIU has received a National Science Foundation ADVANCE grant to facilitate the hiring, retention and promotion of women in the academic […]