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

FIU astronomers set their sights on southern skies

FIU astronomers set their sights on southern skies

For the first time, FIU astronomers can explore the skies of the Southern Hemisphere without ever leaving Miami. The Southeastern […]

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FIU Model UN team wins top award at national conference

FIU Model UN team wins top award at national conference

Representing the Netherlands at this year’s National Model United Nations Conference, the FIU Model United Nations team received the Outstanding […]

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FIU professor to discuss largest immigration raid in U.S. history

Interpreter denounced government actions in Postville, Iowa WHAT: Florida International University Professor of Hispanic Studies Erik Camayd-Freixas, who made international […]

Biology professor’s research focuses on impacts of climate change

Steve Oberbauer’s extensive research supports the belief that man is precipitating climate change around the world. By Martin Haro FIU […]

FIYou: Ariadna Figueredo ’08

FIYou: Ariadna Figueredo ’08

Name: Ariadna Figueredo ‘08 (I am currently pursuing a master’s degree in higher education administration) Hometown: I was born in […]

Biologist relishes 31-day journey to become mayor

Biologist relishes 31-day journey to become mayor

By JoAnn C. Adkins In January, Philip Stoddard sat in a living room of fellow concerned citizens waiting for someone […]

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SGA-BBC presents Dan Rather March 9

SGA-BBC presents Dan Rather March 9

Award-winning journalist Dan Rather will discuss “Journalism in Crisis” as part of the SGA Lecture Series at Biscayne Bay Campus […]

FIU Chile Earthquake Experts

Florida International University has a number of professors who study Chile and Latin America, as well as professors who can […]

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FIU biology professor South Miami’s new mayor

FIU biology professor South Miami’s new mayor

Congratulations to FIU professor Philip Stoddard, who was voted in as South Miami’s new mayor Feb. 9. Stoddard defeated incumbent […]

FIU and UM together present symposium on“Atlantic Narratives”

WHAT:  UM’s College of Arts and Sciences Center for the Humanities and the College of Arts and Sciences at Florida […]

President Rosenberg updates university community, answers questions at open forum

President Rosenberg updates university community, answers questions at open forum

FIU President Mark B. Rosenberg gave a university update, praised students, faculty and staff for their accomplishments and addressed some […]

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FIYou: Barbara Manzano ’07

FIYou: Barbara Manzano ’07

Name: Barbara Manzano ’07 (I am currently in the MBA program.) Hometown: I was born in New Jersey and spent […]

FIU presents ‘Justice after Saddam: War Crimes Trials in Iraq’

FIU presents ‘Justice after Saddam: War Crimes Trials in Iraq’

WHAT: Iraq’s political stability and successful transition to democracy includes the prosecution of leading figures under the Saddam Hussein regime. […]

FIU students consider FDR’s ‘Alphabet Soup’ remedies for the Great Depression

FIU students consider FDR’s ‘Alphabet Soup’ remedies for the Great Depression

FIU students look to the past in FDR’s ‘Alphabet Soup’ Remedies for the Great Depression, a student-curated exhibition that examines […]

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FIU graduate is first Beng person to receive Ph.D. in U.S.

FIU graduate is first Beng person to receive Ph.D. in U.S.

Bertin Kouadio is used to being first.  A member of the minority Beng people in Côte d’Ivoire, he was the […]