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Guilty until proven innocent: police perceptions affect investigations

Guilty until proven innocent: police perceptions affect investigations

  When an investigator believes an innocent person is guilty, a wrongful conviction is a real possibility, researchers find. Research […]

#FutureIsUs: My volunteer work with Alternative Breaks

#FutureIsUs: My volunteer work with Alternative Breaks

Name: Chantelle Mnayarji Hometown: Longwood, Florida What is your major? Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business, with an Asian […]

FIU Music Festival brings world-renowned musicians to Miami, creates opportunities for students

FIU Music Festival brings world-renowned musicians to Miami, creates opportunities for students

The FIU School of Music will welcome more than 50 high caliber guest artists from top universities and ensembles from […]

FIU baseball hosts annual scout day

FIU baseball hosts annual scout day

The baseball team held its annual scout day at Infinity Insurance Park on Wednesday night. More than 70 professional scouts […]

The Hon. Maria Elena Torano, a member of the Dean's Advisory Council at the Green School, introduces keynote speaker Anne C. Richard at the Forum on Inclusive Immigration Reform.

No easy answers in U.S. immigration debate

Advocates, scholars and students come together to discuss the future of immigration reform in the U.S. When Anne C. Richard […]

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Intervention more important than ADHD diagnosis, researcher says

Intervention more important than ADHD diagnosis, researcher says

All children — with or without ADHD — can benefit from behavioral strategies. A recent study published in the Journal […]

Jefferson Noel, Student Government Association President for Biscayne Bay Campus

5 questions with the SGA president at BBC

Born in Miami to Haitian parents, Jefferson Noel is the current student body president at Biscayne Bay Campus. He is […]

5 questions with the SGA president at MMC

5 questions with the SGA president at MMC

The youngest sibling of a close-knit Cuban-American family, Sabrina Rosell is a political science major and the current student body […]

From SOBEWFF® internship to dream job

From SOBEWFF® internship to dream job

When it comes to networking and hospitality, FIU students and alumni have a unique advantage. FIU’s Chaplin School of Hospitality […]

Adding sand to beaches is a short-term way of fighting erosion. New research suggests that nourishing beaches may become too expensive in the long run.

Hurricanes remind us sand is not a renewable resource

As beachside communities begin rebuilding in the wake of two catastrophic hurricane impacts on the United States, they should ask […]

MLK scholarship opportunities available

MLK scholarship opportunities available

FIU’s Department of Multicultural Programs and Services is currently accepting entries and nominations for the 2019 MLK Essay Scholarship, MLK Peace […]

Medical students are hoping to save lives by selling art

Medical students are hoping to save lives by selling art

When Pati Vargas was contacted by an FIU medical student looking for free space for an art show, she had […]

Tell your complete educational story to potential employers

Tell your complete educational story to potential employers

Some skills are considered too “small” or specific to become a degree program and aren’t often listed on a student’s […]

FIU defeats MTSU 24-21, takes first place in the East

FIU defeats MTSU 24-21, takes first place in the East

The Panthers (4-2, 2-0 in Conference USA) edged Middle Tennessee in a thrilling 24-21 victory on Saturday night. Here are […]

Giovanni Giannola, FIU computer engineering grad and CEO of Globalesm, Inc.

Engineering grad creates Internet of Things startup company

Giovanni Giannola, an FIU alumnus, recalls how at the young age of seven, he began upgrading computers for his father’s […]