Posts tagged with: "College of Arts Sciences & Education"

Employee service, excellence celebrated at annual ceremony

The Graham Center Ballroom came alive with the sounds of live music, conversation and laughter as faculty and staff gathered […]

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Catch and release

Catch and release

 George Cano, Jose Dos Santos and Janitsa Rocamonde spent part of their afternoon Oct. 27 shin-deep in the water of […]

FIU to host Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Oct. 28

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Florida’s 10th Congressional District representative in the U.S. House of Representatives and chairman of the House Committee on […]

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GLOWS launches clean water program in West Africa

GLOWS launches clean water program in West Africa

FIU’s Global for Water Sustainability Program (GLOWS) is expanding its efforts to provide sustainable clean water to the people and […]

Visiting FIU

Visiting FIU

Ana Lourdes Ardon, the vice consul of Honduras in Miami, welcomed 45 agroecology students from Universidad Nacional de Agricultura (UNA) in […]

Dunk the dean rescheduled to Oct. 25

Dunk the dean rescheduled to Oct. 25

After inclement weather forced a postponement of last week’s Lambda Chi Alpha’s dunk-a-thon, College of Arts & Sciences Dean Kenneth G. Furton is […]

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Psychology professor earns international recognition

Psychology professor earns international recognition

The Association for Psychological Science has named Lindsay Malloy, assistant professor of psychology, a “Rising Star.” Malloy is one of […]

Creative Writing Program to honor Isabel Allende next spring

Creative Writing Program to honor Isabel Allende next spring

Chilean writer Isabel Allende will receive the 3rd annual Lawrence Sanders Award from the Creative Writing Program at FIU on […]

FIU grad advances geo-literacy in Washington, D.C.

FIU grad advances geo-literacy in Washington, D.C.

For FIU alumna Chari Adames-Smith, working for National Geographic was a childhood dream. This summer, that dream became a reality. […]

Latin Americans’ confidence in democracy grows during tough economic times, report finds

Latin Americans’ confidence in democracy grows during tough economic times, report finds

The Miami Consortium for Latin American and Caribbean Studies will present the findings of the 2010 AmericasBarometer: Report on the […]

FIU experts on Col. Moammar Gadhafi’s death

Florida International University has a number of professors who study the Middle East, international relations, religion and other issues of […]

Coach Bobby Bowden to speak at FIU Oct. 27

Coach Bobby Bowden to speak at FIU Oct. 27

Retired FSU football coach Robert “Bobby” Bowden is a legend. Come Thursday, Oct. 27, the FIU community will be able […]

English professor celebrates two book launches in October

English professor celebrates two book launches in October

Lynne Barrett, professor in the Master of Fine Arts Creative Writing program, celebrated the release of her second book this […]

FIU, FPL team up to offer community teach-in on nuclear energy

WHAT: Nuclear power generates approximately 20 percent of the United States’ electricity, and represents almost two-thirds of the country’s carbon-free […]

Dunk the dean postponed

Dunk the dean postponed

Lambda Chi Alpha’s dunk-a-thon scheduled for Monday, Oct. 17, has been postponed due to weather. A new date for the annual […]

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