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Upon immigration to U.S., Latinos found to drink less

Upon immigration to U.S., Latinos found to drink less

Latino immigrant men have been found to consume less alcohol upon moving to the United States, compared to their pre-immigration […]

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Left to right: Amirah Mohammad, Priscilla de Varona, Charles Jalloh, Heather Owens and Thomas Campbell

My internship as a research assistant at the United Nations

Name: Heather Owens ’18 Hometown:  Cincinnati, Ohio  What is your major? FIU College of Law 2018 graduate  Where did you intern? […]

A voter’s guide: Florida’s proposed amendments

A voter’s guide: Florida’s proposed amendments

There is no doubt that this year’s midterm elections are important for the future of the nation. On Tuesday, Oct. […]

Student leaders discuss their perspectives of Miami

Student leaders discuss their perspectives of Miami

What brought you to Miami? What keeps you here? What challenges in our community do you care about most? How […]

Assisting small business owners in the Florida Keys

Assisting small business owners in the Florida Keys

The Florida SBDC at FIU, the small business development center within the FIU College of Business, has expanded its partnership […]

Cybersecurity workforce conference to feature tech leaders and data security experts

Cybersecurity workforce conference to feature tech leaders and data security experts

Microsoft’s Senior Director of Cybersecurity Policy and Strategy Angela McKay and local Miami tech pioneer Manuel D. Medina are among […]

October 2018 in photos: Halloween, homecoming and school spirit

October 2018 in photos: Halloween, homecoming and school spirit

Homecoming week and the beginning of the holiday season brought color and spirit to campus. Here are just a few […]

FIU receives $1.49 million to transform how calculus is taught

FIU receives $1.49 million to transform how calculus is taught

FIU’s STEM Transformation Institute has received a $1.49 million grant from the National Science Foundation to improve student success in […]

NSF recognizes forensic chemist among Hispanic leaders in research

NSF recognizes forensic chemist among Hispanic leaders in research

The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently profiled eight Hispanic scientists and engineers who are national leaders in their areas of […]

FIU on national television ahead of midterm elections

FIU on national television ahead of midterm elections

The following message was sent to the university community on Friday, October 26.  As the midterm elections approach, FIU has […]

To meet the need for cybersecurity skills, higher educational institutions, industry and government agencies must work together

To meet the need for cybersecurity skills, higher educational institutions, industry and government agencies must work together

Brian Fonseca , director of the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy at FIU’s Steven J. Green School of […]

#FIUstrong: Hurricane Michael relief efforts

#FIUstrong: Hurricane Michael relief efforts

The following message was sent the university community on Tuesday, October 23: Nearly two weeks ago, Hurricane Michael devastated areas […]

Sackstein appointed dean of Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine

Sackstein appointed dean of Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine

Dr. Robert Sackstein has been appointed dean of the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine (HWCOM) and senior vice president for […]

Report calls for more science to negate CO2 emissions

Report calls for more science to negate CO2 emissions

Technologies that remove carbon dioxide from the air must play a major role in mitigating climate change, according to a […]

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Hospitality alumna finds her calling in beer

Hospitality alumna finds her calling in beer

The first time Rebecca Masihdas ’18 tried craft beer, she was amazed. “I didn’t know beer could taste that way.” “It […]