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

Summer fun: meteor shower to light up sky Aug. 11-12

Summer fun: meteor shower to light up sky Aug. 11-12

Get your blankets ready: The evenings of Aug. 11-12 are expected to be the best nights of the year to view the Perseid […]

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Dalai Lama offers $100,000 to encourage religious studies at FIU

Dalai Lama offers $100,000 to encourage religious studies at FIU

In response to the strong support for religious studies at FIU, including the Faculty and Student Senates, members of the […]

FIU hosts more than a dozen summer camps

  During the dog days of summer, South Florida kids and teens can stay productive while having fun. FIU professors […]

FIU graduates first meteorologist

FIU graduates first meteorologist

For Ashley Angel, Florida International University’s first meteorology graduate, choosing to study weather was easy.  “I live in South Florida,” […]

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FIU in the Media: 12-year-old physicist, FIU professor reaches out to China

12-Year-Old Prodigy Enrolled As Freshman At FIU Source: CBS4.com It’s just another day at school for Sky Choi, 12, of […]

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Aspiring 12-year-old physicist pursues degree at FIU

MIAMI – This semester, Sky Choi is taking Calculus II, Intermediate Chinese Conversation, Physics with Calculus I, Physics Problem Solving, Physics seminar and Physics […]

‘I believe in FIU. I believe in you.’

‘I believe in FIU. I believe in you.’

Following is the text of a speech President Modesto A. Maidique delivered to FIU’s vice presidents, deans, directors and other […]

Iraq and Yugoslavia the focus of February lectures

Distinguished Professor Juan Cole, Department of History, University of Michigan, speaking on: “The U.S. Occupation of Iraq: When Will the […]

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