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Ada Monserrat signs Stephen Hawking's book of condolences on behalf of FIU.

Saying goodbye to Stephen Hawking

FIU mathematics professor Ada Monserrat frequently travels on semester breaks pursuing unique experiences. Previous trips have taken Monserrat on visits […]

John Gibson, electrical engineering doctoral student and first Bridge to the Doctorate graduate

Meet the first graduate of FIU’s Bridge to the Doctorate program

At a young age, John Gibson loved breaking things apart and putting them back together. In a computer class he […]

Cocaine, robots at FIU’s eMerge pavilion

Cocaine, robots at FIU’s eMerge pavilion

FIU is returning to the eMerge Americas conference to participate in innovative panel discussions and highlight the latest advances out […]

Climbing the socio-economic ladder: FIU graduates go further

Climbing the socio-economic ladder: FIU graduates go further

FIU has a tradition of serving first-generation and low-income students who otherwise would not have access to higher education. In […]

‘Madam Secretary’ captivates audience with talk on new book

‘Madam Secretary’ captivates audience with talk on new book

  Madeleine Albright was just two years old when the Nazis marched into her hometown of Prague. She didn’t understand […]

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Shalimar Moreno

FIYou: Shalimar G. Moreno

Name: Shalimar G. Moreno Hometown: Miami Job Title/Department: Environmental Education and Outreach Coordinator for the School of Environment, Arts and Society (SEAS) in the […]

Cuba’s transition of power experts

Cuba’s transition of power experts

On April 19, 2018, Raul Castro will step down as Cuba’s leader, ending nearly six decades of his family’s rule over the […]

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FIU Law graduates earn highest Florida Bar passage rate

FIU Law graduates earn highest Florida Bar passage rate

FIU College of Law graduates have, once again, earned the highest bar passage rate of any of Florida’s 11 law […]

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What you need to know about social media, privacy and democracy

What you need to know about social media, privacy and democracy

Social media has revolutionized communication. But, it has the potential to affect much more. Do these platforms help increase democracy? […]

Panelists left to right: Jean Morrow, Derek McGowan, Lisa McGill, Ke-ana Durham, Donnie Hale

Public-private partnerships produce student success

FIU in DC update: As winter comes to end and beautiful cherry blossoms bloom, FIU held an educational panel on the importance of public-private […]

Hey, FIU: Are you ready to bring back the Sunblazer?

Hey, FIU: Are you ready to bring back the Sunblazer?

By David Drucker Call it nostalgia. Call it curiosity. Call it school spirit, revved up by the recent success of […]

34 years and $469 million price tag — author untangles convoluted tale of Miami’s Arsht Center

34 years and $469 million price tag — author untangles convoluted tale of Miami’s Arsht Center

Les Standiford has a knack for telling stories — only his stories are often about real people and actual events […]

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One month since bridge accident

One month since bridge accident

President Mark B. Rosenberg sent the following message to the university community on Sunday, April 15, 2018. The last month […]

Summer Treatment Program counselors help carry out the day-to-day activities.

Students from across the nation receive training in child mental health at FIU

FIU’s Center for Children and Families (CCF) is looking for paraprofessional counselors for the upcoming Summer Treatment Program (STP). The […]

The power of philanthropy

The power of philanthropy

What comes to mind when you hear the phrase “the power of philanthropy” in relation to student success? One of […]