Articles by: Jennifer Lacayo

FIU joins national movement to reduce cost of books

FIU joins national movement to reduce cost of books

On average, college students spend between $600 and $1,400 on textbooks each year, according to the College Board. These costs […]

DAFX5X Aerial view of hundreds of homes destroyed by Hurricane Andrew August 24, 1992 in Dade County, FL.

As Florida looks back on Andrew, Texas prepares for Harvey

Social and Political Impact Richard S. Olson, Professor, Politics and International Relations Director, Extreme Events Institute Director, International Hurricane Research […]

Rosenberg to lead public urban research universities network

Rosenberg to lead public urban research universities network

President Mark B. Rosenberg has been named chair of the Coalition of Urban Serving Universities (USU), a commission to assist […]

Family law. Justice statue with sword and scale and marriage certificate

FIU Law launches family law practice aimed at representing moderate-income clients

FIU LAW Practice, an initiative of the FIU College of Law dedicated to helping local families, will offer affordable legal services […]

Venezuela experts

Venezuela experts

FIU experts are available to help analyze the ongoing political turmoil in Venezuela. Members of the FIU Media Relations team […]

FIU recognized as one of the greatest colleges to work for

FIU recognized as one of the greatest colleges to work for

University earned highest recognition in The Chronicle of Higher Education survey FIU is the only university in the country this year […]

First-of-its-kind master’s in enterprise logistics to prepare students for the workforce

First-of-its-kind master’s in enterprise logistics to prepare students for the workforce

As the gateway to Latin America, South Florida is a hub for logistics and home to many companies looking to […]

Health care experts

Health care experts

FIU experts are available to comment on the health care legislation. For questions or assistance in contacting any of the […]

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FIU to offer first Internet of Things degree in U.S.

FIU to offer first Internet of Things degree in U.S.

Smart watches, smart phones, many home security systems and autonomous vehicles: The Internet allows them to communicate with each other […]

Chemical sampling technology: an industry game-changer

Chemical sampling technology: an industry game-changer

FIU patent produces accurate results in minutes A new method developed at FIU makes toxicological, biological and environmental sampling and […]

FIU at eMerge: Startups, biomedical breakthroughs and ecological research

FIU at eMerge: Startups, biomedical breakthroughs and ecological research

At this year’s eMerge Americas conference, FIU is showcasing new companies associated with StartUP FIU, in addition to scientific breakthroughs […]

Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU names new director

Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU names new director

Susan Gladstone has been appointed as the new director for the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU. Gladstone brings more than 30 […]

FIU Paris Agreement experts

FIU Paris Agreement experts

President Trump has announced that the United States will withdraw from the Paris Agreement. The landmark climate accord looks to […]

President Rosenberg on the start of hurricane season

President Rosenberg on the start of hurricane season

President Mark B. Rosenberg sent the following memo to the university community June 1: Dear FIU family: Today is the […]

Former dean Alex Acosta to deliver keynote at law graduation

Former dean Alex Acosta to deliver keynote at law graduation

The former dean of the FIU College of Law, R. Alexander Acosta, will return to campus on May 26 to […]