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Young alumnus’ gift lays foundation for media, technology institute

Young alumnus’ gift lays foundation for media, technology institute

The average age of philanthropists is 65, but Steven Cruz, 28, is bucking the trend. In support of the FIU […]

Next Horizon: A poem by Richard Blanco

Next Horizon: A poem by Richard Blanco

Yo vengo de todas partes, I come from everywhere Y hacia todas partes voy… And toward everywhere I go… —José […]

Students intersect with President’s Council, deans over health initiatives in D.C.

Students intersect with President’s Council, deans over health initiatives in D.C.

Before Congress adjourned for Spring recess, FIU students sparked innovation discussions with health leaders; FIU’s President’s Council met with the […]

Paula Mora turned her extensive internship experience as an undergraduate in international relations into a first job with the World Bank in Washington, D.C.

Got my first job! Working at the World Bank in D.C.

In this series, recent grads share their journey to landing that first professional job out of college. After years of […]

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Unleashing the “Aha!” moment: STEM education transformed

Unleashing the “Aha!” moment: STEM education transformed

The STEM Transformation Institute has redesigned the education experience, creating a model for the rest of the nation At 19, […]

Researchers find correlation between blood type and susceptibility to severe malaria

Researchers find correlation between blood type and susceptibility to severe malaria

Abraham Degarege Mengist is making malaria his mission. A doctoral student in public health with a concentration in epidemiology, Mengist […]

VIP: Vivian Zumot Dimond ’80

VIP: Vivian Zumot Dimond ’80

Vivian Zumot Dimond ’80 • Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, 1980 • Managing broker and principal, Brown Harris Stevens • […]

Focus on innovation: Taming the wind

Focus on innovation: Taming the wind

A wind engineer looking to safeguard homes and other buildings during violent storms had a powerful thought: What if dangerous […]

Scientists discover new arsenic-based, broad-spectrum antibiotic

Scientists discover new arsenic-based, broad-spectrum antibiotic

Antibiotic resistance has been called one of the biggest public health threats of our time. There is a pressing need […]

Richard Blanco on his FIU journey

Richard Blanco on his FIU journey

Richard Blanco wears his heart on his sleeve. He has to—he’s a poet. But he’s a poet who started his […]

J. Aaron Hogan

Ph.D. student awarded grant to conduct research at national lab

An FIU student is one of only 70 graduate students chosen to participate in an exclusive U.S. Department of Energy […]

FIU President Mark B. Rosenberg welcomes the Colombian community and other attendees to “PorColference 2019”.

Colombian leaders urge unity, action at PorColference

By Maria Pinero Every year, PorColombia – the largest organization of Colombian students and professionals in the United States – […]

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Online business course utilizes artificial intelligence

  FIU is making a digital leap into the future with a pilot program that features artificial intelligence (AI) in […]

Panelists (left to right: Cheryl Little, Juan Carlos Gómez, Martha Vallejo and Michelle Marie Ortiz) discuss the effects of immigration policies on family separation.

Assessing the impact of the family separation crisis

By Maria Pinero For more than two decades, Americans for Immigrant Justice (AI Justice) has fought for the rights of […]

My internship in landscape architecture

My internship in landscape architecture

Name: Patricia Matamoros Araujo Hometown: Caracas, Venezuela Degree/Major: Landscape Architecture Where did you intern? What did you do there? Over […]

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