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Getting out of South Florida

Getting out of South Florida

While the majority of Panthers call South Florida home, a growing number of alumni are pursuing their dream jobs outside […]

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FIU taught me to chase my dreams wherever they lead

FIU taught me to chase my dreams wherever they lead

By Joel Delgado ’12 MS ’17 As we began our descent into Nashville International Airport, I looked out the window […]

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Bases loaded: More than a dozen baseball recruits had to choose between FIU and going pro

Bases loaded: More than a dozen baseball recruits had to choose between FIU and going pro

Pictured above: Freshmen (left to right) Logan Allen, Jose Garcia and Christian Santana were drafted by MLB teams last year […]

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Tips to empower women to create social change

Tips to empower women to create social change

The Women’s Center recently celebrated its 12th year hosting the Women Who Lead Conference, a day-long event designed to enhance […]

Undergrad research symposium winners enrich South Florida science community

Undergrad research symposium winners enrich South Florida science community

When Alejandro Hernandez won first place in the poster presentation at the Life Sciences South Florida’s (LSSF) STEM Undergraduate Research Symposium […]

Danny Pino '96

Alumnus, ‘Cold Case’ star Danny Pino discusses perseverance, professional growth with students

Danny Pino ’96, known for detective roles on the crime dramas Cold Case and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, […]

A ‘secret’ resource for boosting grades

A ‘secret’ resource for boosting grades

Shedner Agenor in January made a resolution to improve his GPA. The sophomore pre-med student in past semesters had “decent” […]

Student wins prestigious award for theatrical design

Student wins prestigious award for theatrical design

Apriah Williams is one of four FIU theatre students awarded full scholarships to attend the prestigious Kennedy Center American College […]

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Dean Guilarte (center) and his Brain, Behavior and the Environment laboratory team at Stempel College.

Stempel College dean inducted into Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars

Tomás R. Guilarte, dean of Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work and professor in the Department of […]

Everglades National Park

Researcher is thirsty for sustainable Everglades

Small-scale droughts can have big effects on the Florida Everglades. Ph.D. student Anteneh Abiy is digging deep into these abnormally […]

March 2018 in photos

March 2018 in photos

March was the worst month in FIU history. As the university community mourns the victims of the pedestrian bridge collapse, […]

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By Eduardo Merille

Pedestrian Bridge FAQ

NTSB INVESTIGATION Who is conducting the investigation? When will we know what happened? The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is […]

Nuclear waste might be a thing of the past if this graduate can help it

Nuclear waste might be a thing of the past if this graduate can help it

A recent chemistry graduate might help FIU researchers unlock the secrets to make nuclear waste safer. Matthew Fortunato ’17 starts […]

College of Medicine celebrates Match Day 2018

College of Medicine celebrates Match Day 2018

Match Day is a day when dreams come true and emotions run high. It is the day medical students nationwide […]

Center for Leadership program prepares local public school principals for success

Center for Leadership program prepares local public school principals for success

Pictured above: Participants of the Principals Leadership Development Program’s 2017 Miami-Dade County Public Schools cohort perform a team-building exercise at […]