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Undergrad research introduces students to the life sciences

Undergrad research introduces students to the life sciences

Earlier this month, more than 200 life sciences undergraduate faculty members and students from all across southern Florida judged or […]

FIU celebrates Maya Angelou’s legacy, brings together Little Haiti community

FIU celebrates Maya Angelou’s legacy, brings together Little Haiti community

Brave. That is the word used to describe women like Carlotta Walls LaNier and Maya Angelou whose courage and resilience […]

Josue D. Sakata graduated from FIU in 1998 with a degree in print journalism.

Alumnus helps Boston schools adopt a new world map

  Boston Public Schools recently made headlines around the globe by introducing a different style of map, called the Gall-Peters […]

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‘We showed DeVos the accomplishments of public academic institutions’

‘We showed DeVos the accomplishments of public academic institutions’

President Mark B. Rosenberg wrote the following op-ed in the Miami Herald on April 17. Rosenberg reflects on Secretary of Education Betsy […]

My internship with PortMiami

My internship with PortMiami

Name: Nimrod Simeon Major: International business Where you interned: I did my internship at PortMiami. I was working with the cargo and […]

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Asia Eaton, assistant professor of psychology

Psychology professor helps Marine Corps tackle culture change after social media porn scandal

Known for their bravery and sacrifice, Marines are usually among the first people sent to battle. Recently, however, the U.S. […]

StartUP FIU launches food business incubator

StartUP FIU launches food business incubator

  StartUP FIU, the university-wide initiative in innovation and entrepreneurship at FIU, has announced the opening of its second program: […]

College of Business helps companies improve corporate sustainability efforts

College of Business helps companies improve corporate sustainability efforts

Today, the ability to advance sustainable development is an integral part of many businesses’ corporate missions, as well as addressing the […]

Mark Medish, a former security advisor to Bill Clinton, speaks at FIU in October 2016. He will return to campus on April 17 to discuss U.S.-Russian relations.

Former Clinton advisor discusses possibility of Cold War 2

Mark Medish is a former special assistant to President Bill Clinton and senior director on the National Security Council for […]

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Alumna named Miami-Dade’s Assistant Principal of the Year

Alumna named Miami-Dade’s Assistant Principal of the Year

Like her mother before her, Cisely Scott made education her career. Initially, she followed in her mother’s footsteps, working as a […]

Torch Awards 2017: A masquerade and a big announcement

Torch Awards 2017: A masquerade and a big announcement

Alumnus Chad Moss ’94 announced a donation of $10 million to FIU’s College of Engineering & Computing at the 2017 […]

New attempt at testing reform likely to fail again

New attempt at testing reform likely to fail again

As part of an op-ed series, FIU News shares the expertise and diverse perspectives of members of the university community. In […]

Supreme Court ruling signals new day for special education

Supreme Court ruling signals new day for special education

  When the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously in March that children with special needs deserve more than basic access […]

Ryder partners with FIU to support women leaders, D.C. internship program

Ryder partners with FIU to support women leaders, D.C. internship program

Ryder, a U.S.-based provider of transportation and supply chain solutions, recently granted FIU $30,000 through the Ryder Charitable Foundation. The […]

A different world map makes classroom debut

A different world map makes classroom debut

The Earth isn’t flat, but maps are – something that has vexed map makers for centuries. This dilemma has led […]