Science & Health

Gorillas in the Mist

Gorillas in the Mist

Through her work with the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International, world traveler Bryna Griffin MS ’04 develops land conservation programs […]

Biologist relishes 31-day journey to become mayor

Biologist relishes 31-day journey to become mayor

By JoAnn C. Adkins In January, Philip Stoddard sat in a living room of fellow concerned citizens waiting for someone […]

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FIU earns state’s first Tree Campus USA designation

The initiative moves forward the work of the university’s Sustainability Committee. By Karen Cochrane With a native pigeon plum tree […]

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FIU Chile Earthquake Experts

Florida International University has a number of professors who study Chile and Latin America, as well as professors who can […]

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MMC to host electronics recycling drive March 8-9

By Ali Dutton There will be a free electronics recycling drive Monday and Tuesday, March 8-9, in the Betty Chapman Plaza […]

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FIU’s College of Nursing & Health Sciences addresses nursing faculty shortage

By Susan Feinberg The shortage of nursing faculty in the United States is a critical problem that directly affects the […]

RecycleMania: Oh say, can you recycle?

RecycleMania: Oh say, can you recycle?

By Ali Dutton FIU has a great single-stream recycling program. Single stream means you can place all recyclable material into […]

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‘Advertising for Health’ at The Wolfsonian–FIU explores nearly a century of medical advertising

‘Advertising for Health’ at The Wolfsonian–FIU explores nearly a century of medical advertising

The Wolfsonian-FIU’s latest installation, Advertising for Health, explores nearly a century of advertising for medicine, pharmacy and public health. The installation […]

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FIU professors named Fulbright Scholars

FIU professors named Fulbright Scholars

By Susan Feinberg Three FIU professors have received Fulbright Scholar grants to teach and conduct research overseas this year, and […]

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Students explore science and engineering at Motorola Foundation Engineering Expo

 MEDIA ADVISORY   WHAT:  Potato guns, robots and a virtual hurricane are all part of a day of interactive science […]

RecycleMania: It all adds up

By Ali Dutton We now have the first three weeks of results, and FIU’s numbers seem to be slipping. Can […]

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FIU biology professor South Miami’s new mayor

FIU biology professor South Miami’s new mayor

Congratulations to FIU professor Philip Stoddard, who was voted in as South Miami’s new mayor Feb. 9. Stoddard defeated incumbent […]

The Paths of Public Health Awards seek nominations

MEDIA ADVISORY WHAT: The Paths of Public Health Awards was established to recognize individuals and organizations in public health, including […]

Nursing & Health Sciences building opens to fanfare

State-of-the-art building is the first LEED-certified structure on campus. Hundreds of faculty/staff, students, alumni and friends of FIU were on […]

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Game on: RecycleMania hits FIU

The annual collegiate recycling competition RecycleMania is underway. FIU is one of 607 universities and schools from the United States […]

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