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Physician assistant program running at full capacity as profession grows

For the first time since accepting its inaugural class, the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine’s Master in Physician Assistant Studies […]

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Repairs under way after Irma batters Aquarius

Repairs under way after Irma batters Aquarius

The FIU Aquarius Reef Base has been sidelined by Hurricane Irma, but the world’s only underwater research laboratory should be […]

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My internship with the State Department

My internship with the State Department

Name: Isaiah Barrett Major: Communications Where did you intern? I interned for the Department of State, International Information Programs (IIP) Office of Design. […]

Students from Puerto Rico find refuge at FIU, begin classes this fall

Students from Puerto Rico find refuge at FIU, begin classes this fall

Students from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands whose homes and institutions were damaged by hurricanes Irma and Maria […]

Students learn to think like problem solvers

Students learn to think like problem solvers

By Dominque Rose Ingraham When my professor announced that all first-year Honors College students were required to attend a “design […]

Grad featured as example of successful medical school applicant

Grad featured as example of successful medical school applicant

The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) recently launched the Anatomy of an Applicant website “to help in better understanding how to […]

FIU’s Stempel College to build health disparities research center with $13.1 million grant

FIU’s Stempel College to build health disparities research center with $13.1 million grant

FIU is building Florida’s first Health Disparities Research Center at a Minority Institution (RCMI) with a $13.1 million grant from […]

Global Learning student prepared to lead after summer of social impact training

Global Learning student prepared to lead after summer of social impact training

By Eric Feldman With his bags barely unpacked, senior John Llanera stepped onto FIU’s campus this fall with a renewed excitement […]

Spotify mixes music and careers with College of Business students

Spotify mixes music and careers with College of Business students

On a quest for dynamic college students as interns and student ambassadors, Spotify executives arrived at FIU’s College of Business […]

Working in shelter gives nursing student new perspective

Working in shelter gives nursing student new perspective

By Nicole Rodriguez I am in my final semester of the accelerated BSN program track and had a volunteer opportunity to […]

Cybersecurity reaches a critical point, FIU and OAS create specialized program

Cybersecurity reaches a critical point, FIU and OAS create specialized program

The magnitude of cybersecurity threats has never been higher and shows no sign of slowing down. The global cost of […]

Muslims and Islamophobia: Taking back the narrative

Muslims and Islamophobia: Taking back the narrative

By: Mohamed Ghumrawi, Ph.D. student in International Relations Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world. Yet here in the […]

Two former Congressmen discuss Washington gridlock, how to end it

Two former Congressmen discuss Washington gridlock, how to end it

Politics in the U.S. has become increasingly partisan over the years – and the ensuing gridlock in Washington, D.C., too […]

FIU to assist those affected by hurricanes Irma, Maria in Caribbean

FIU to assist those affected by hurricanes Irma, Maria in Caribbean

The message below was sent Oct. 5, 2017, to the university community regarding disaster response and recovery following hurricanes Irma […]

Maria Pulido-Velosa

FIYou: Maria Pulido-Velosa

Name: Maria F. Pulido-Velosa Hometown: Bogota, Colombia Job Title/Department: Program Manager for the School of Environment, Arts and Society (SEAS) in the College […]