Posts tagged with: "College of Architecture + the Arts"

Students push storytelling boundaries using virtual reality

Students push storytelling boundaries using virtual reality

As news media becomes increasingly digital-first, and technology continues to evolve, journalists continue to look for new and engaging ways […]

Media bias in the 2016 election? Professors, media professionals discuss

Media bias in the 2016 election? Professors, media professionals discuss

In recent weeks, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has repeatedly claimed that the news media have been working against him, bringing […]

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October 2016 in photos: Halloween, Homecoming, Shula Bowl

October 2016 in photos: Halloween, Homecoming, Shula Bowl

Happy Halloween, Panthers! October has been an eventful month for the FIU community between keeping a close eye on Hurricane Matthew, […]

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A few last-minute Halloween makeup tips from FIU Theatre

A few last-minute Halloween makeup tips from FIU Theatre

Happy Halloween! For those of you putting the finishing touches on your trick-or-treating costume, Anthony Galaska – the theatre department’s head of […]

A force for the future: Communication professors train local police to connect with citizens

A force for the future: Communication professors train local police to connect with citizens

Police officers are trained to protect and serve the public. They are taught to evaluate a dangerous situation in a […]

Architect, physicist create art from brain images

Architect, physicist create art from brain images

Art and science come together at FIU with the third installment of the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science […]

Father and daughter architects graduate from FIU together

Father and daughter architects graduate from FIU together

In celebration of Father’s Day, FIU News profiles a proud Panther dad and his Panther daughter, both on the road […]

Students embrace the challenge of redesigning a coastal park in the face of rising seas

Students embrace the challenge of redesigning a coastal park in the face of rising seas

Historic Virginia Key Beach Park – an 82-acre oasis on a barrier island tucked off the causeway just before Key […]

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2016 Torch Awards Gala honors dedicated alumni

2016 Torch Awards Gala honors dedicated alumni

The annual Torch Awards celebrated its 15th anniversary March 19 with a gala honoring distinguished alumni in the FIU community. The […]

April 2016 in photos

April 2016 in photos

We have reached the end of April, which means that the Spring 2016 semester is almost over and summer is right […]

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TEDxFIU: A performance by ToBy

TEDxFIU: A performance by ToBy

Reggie Baril is an independent Haitian-American Hip Hop recording artist from Miami. A senior at FIU majoring in theatre performance, […]

Communication Arts Major Dominique Ehrl is currently in her second semester as an intern at NBCUniversal

Student finds calling while interning at NBCUniversal

Living in Manhattan, working full-time at NBCUniversal and getting to read and watch TV show pilots before everyone else are […]

Throwback Thursday: ‘No Hat Upon His Head’

Throwback Thursday: ‘No Hat Upon His Head’

  FIU’s Shakespeare influence began long before the exhibit First Folio! The Book that Gave us Shakespeare arrived on campus […]

Visit Shakespeare’s London at FIU’s new virtual reality facility

Visit Shakespeare’s London at FIU’s new virtual reality facility

It’s 1598, and you’re on your way to the Globe Theater to watch one of Shakespeare’s plays. You walk along the dirt […]

FIU Professor Emeritus of Art and Art History Juan A. Martinez tours the chapel with Zamora and Damian.

Colonial Florida art experiences a renaissance in Allapatah

  Five miles east of the Miami International Airport, Allapatah is home to Caribbean, South and Central American immigrants. Mostly […]