Articles by: Jessica Drouet

More than an apple: the flu shot is what keeps the doctor away

More than an apple: the flu shot is what keeps the doctor away

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 80,000 Americans died of the flu and its complications […]

Stempel dean to study effects of environmental toxins and their links to Alzheimer’s disease

Stempel dean to study effects of environmental toxins and their links to Alzheimer’s disease

The global prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease, an irreversible neurodegenerative condition resulting in extensive memory loss and dementia, is increasing. The […]

My internship at the United Nations

My internship at the United Nations

Name: Amani Othman Hometown: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia Major: Ph.D. in Public Health at Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social […]

Summer 2018 graduates show perseverance and drive

Summer 2018 graduates show perseverance and drive

For many of the nearly 4,300 students graduating this summer, the achievement comes after overcoming various life challenges in the […]

by Eduardo Merille

Board of Trustees rates Rosenberg’s performance “superior,” extends his contract

In its last meeting of the academic year, the FIU Board of Trustees extended President Mark B. Rosenberg’s contract and […]

Graduates use degrees to climb socio-economic ladder

Graduates use degrees to climb socio-economic ladder

Many of the more than 5,500 FIU students graduating this spring will use their FIU degrees as one-way tickets to […]

Cocaine, robots at FIU’s eMerge pavilion

Cocaine, robots at FIU’s eMerge pavilion

FIU is returning to the eMerge Americas conference to participate in innovative panel discussions and highlight the latest advances out […]

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FIU to host 27th annual Martin Luther King celebration

FIU to host 27th annual Martin Luther King celebration

FIU’s Department of Multicultural Programs and Services will honor Martin Luther King Jr. with a month-long celebration inspired by King’s lifelong […]