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Our researchers can’t work without…

Our researchers can’t work without…

Researchers go into the field sometimes with just a backpack, other times with suitcases full of gear. Some tools can […]

Samaneh Khazraeian, Transportation Engineering Ph.D.

Engineering alumna tests autonomous cars in Dubai

Arriving soon at a parking lot near you: self-driving cars. What was once a sci-fi fantasy is now quickly becoming […]

Confronting philosophy’s anti-semitism

Confronting philosophy’s anti-semitism

The following op-ed by FIU Professor of Philosophy Laurie Shrage was originally published in The New York Times. Shrage’s research and […]

FIU Day 2019

FIU Day 2019

The following message was sent to the university community on Tuesday, March 19.  Today is FIU Day in Tallahassee! Members […]

Community honors victims of pedestrian bridge accident with moment of silence

Community honors victims of pedestrian bridge accident with moment of silence

At 1:47 p.m. on Friday, March 15, FIU held a moment of silence to mark the one year anniversary of […]

Pedestrian bridge accident: One year later

Pedestrian bridge accident: One year later

On Friday, March 15, President Mark B. Rosenberg sent the following message to the university community. Today marks one year […]

8 tips for sleeping well

8 tips for sleeping well

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, one in three adults in the United States don’t get enough […]

FIU Online spearheads launch of statewide  affordable textbook initiative

FIU Online spearheads launch of statewide affordable textbook initiative

FIU Online has spearheaded the launch of a statewide initiative that keeps the costs of textbooks and materials under $60 […]

Local philanthropist’s investment in the Education Effect pays dividends

Local philanthropist’s investment in the Education Effect pays dividends

  When Rose Ellen Greene walks into the courtyard of Jesse J. McCrary Jr. Elementary School, kids call for her […]

How to breathe for better health, studying and test taking

How to breathe for better health, studying and test taking

If you’re reading this you’re obviously breathing, but are you doing it right? From the moment we’re born we just […]

Travel grants available to study most comprehensive collection of Cuban, Latin American music in U.S.

Travel grants available to study most comprehensive collection of Cuban, Latin American music in U.S.

The deadline to apply for travel grants to study the Díaz-Ayala Cuban and Latin American Popular Music Collection – the […]

Left to right: Tatiana González (member of the Puerto Rican Student Association), Gabriela De Jesús (President of PRSA), Ryan Rodriguez (member of PRSA) and Esteban Fernandez (member of PRSA).

Out-of-state fee waiver extended for students affected by Hurricane Maria

This week, the Board of Trustees unanimously voted to extend the out-of-state tuition fee waiver for students from Puerto Rico […]

Members of Minority Women in Medicine pose for a photo with children at El Hospital de Niño in Puerto Rico. (PHOTO COURTESY OF IZMA NADEEM)

Students use mini-grants to make mega impacts

What good can you do with $1,000? The Center for Leadership and Service is asking this question to students. Wells […]

Relay for Life 2019

FIU raises more than $100,000 for cancer research

Cancer is a disease we are all way too familiar with. As the second leading cause of death in the […]

Junior Scholars program sets elementary students on a path to college, a career

Junior Scholars program sets elementary students on a path to college, a career

A new Junior Scholars program brought 75 elementary school students to Modesto A. Maidique Campus on Saturday, Feb. 16, for […]