Articles by: Madeline Baro

Protecting the nation’s power grid from cyber attacks

Protecting the nation’s power grid from cyber attacks

  Researchers from FIU’s College of Engineering and Computing have teamed up with four other universities and a utility company […]

Yoani Sanchez: technology will help bring democracy to Cuba

Yoani Sanchez: technology will help bring democracy to Cuba

Cuban blogger and independent journalist Yoani Sánchez said despite restrictions on cyberspace in Cuba the Internet is changing the communist […]

President Rosenberg to discuss STEM education in Washington D.C. meeting

President Rosenberg to discuss STEM education in Washington D.C. meeting

WHAT: Florida International University President Mark B. Rosenberg will make a presentation on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education, […]

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Police activity near MMC

Earlier this afternoon an incident involving police — unrelated to FIU — took place. Heavy police activity continues in the […]

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Catalyst Miami and FIU launch “Connect for Good” Internship Program

Catalyst Miami and FIU have joined forces for the “Connect for Good” internship program, aimed at developing South Florida students […]

Hearst Lecture Series and Jewish Studies Program to Present New York Times columnist Freedman

 WHAT: The School of Journalism and Mass Communication’s 2012-2013 Hearst Distinguished Lecture Series will present “We Aren’t One Anymore: Jews […]

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FIU-UM Consortium hosts panel discussion: The United States and Latin America after Nov. 6

WHAT: A panel discussion focused on the United States and Latin America after the U.S. presidential election will be hosted […]

Tropical Storm Isaac Update: Some MMC facilities to open at noon on Aug. 27

Tropical Storm Isaac Update: Some MMC facilities to open at noon on Aug. 27

Updated 8/27/12 at 9:30 a.m. Florida International University officials have assessed all of our campus facilities and, as a result, […]

Tropical Storm Isaac Update

As we move into the most active part of the hurricane season, the FIU Department of Emergency Management is monitoring […]

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President Rosenberg’s message about on-campus demonstrations

The following message was sent from President Mark B. Rosenberg to the university community on January 18, 2012. Dear students, […]

President Rosenberg advocates for Pell Grants in D.C.

Florida International University President Mark B. Rosenberg joined U.S. senators, college presidents and college students in advocating for protecting Pell […]

Thousands graduate during fall commencement ceremonies

About 3,600 FIU students were set to graduate during six ceremonies on Monday, Dec. 13 and Tuesday, Dec. 14. The […]

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FIU offers free football tickets to health care employees

Florida International University is offering health care professionals and their families complimentary tickets courtesy of AvMed Health Plans to Saturday’s […]

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FIU architecture students walk on water

FIU architecture students walk on water

FIU architecture students celebrated two decades of Walk on Water, a class assignment-turned-annual contest, on Wednesday, Nov. 3. Most of the […]

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FIU medical and nursing students get lesson on home visits

FIU medical and nursing students get lesson on home visits

Florida International University medical and nursing students on Wednesday got an interactive lesson on how to make home visits. United […]

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