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

Czech Republic’s foreign affairs minister to speak at MMC Sept. 19

Czech Republic’s foreign affairs minister to speak at MMC Sept. 19

Czech Republic Minister of Foreign Affairs Karel Schwarzenberg will deliver a lecture on Monday, Sept. 19, at FIU’s Frost Art Museum, […]

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Wertheim Conservatory offers a taste of the lush life

Wertheim Conservatory offers a taste of the lush life

This is the first post in an occasional series exploring some of the special spaces and unique attributes of the […]

FIU hosts more than a dozen summer camps

FIU hosts more than a dozen summer camps

From scuba lessons to art lessons to improving sports skills, FIU is offering kids and teens many options at camps […]

GLOWS program to bring sustainable water to Rwanda

GLOWS program to bring sustainable water to Rwanda

FIU’s Global Water for Sustainability Program (GLOWS) will be helping to improve water quality in Rwanda. The U.S. Agency for […]

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FIU announces five senior fellows in the School of International and Public Affairs

FIU announces five senior fellows in the School of International and Public Affairs

The School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University will welcome five visiting senior fellows this year. The […]

FIU to graduate thousands May 2-3

Prodigy, Paralympics swimmer, budding researcher among those graduating in recycled gowns A boy genius, a Paralympics swimmer, and a woman […]

Professors, students will travel to India to learn about Jainism

Professors, students will travel to India to learn about Jainism

Two FIU professors and three students have been awarded fellowships to study Jainism in India this summer. The students will […]

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Women’s Studies director receives coveted fellowship

Women’s Studies director receives coveted fellowship

Laurie Shrage, professor of philosophy and director of the Women’s Studies Center at FIU, will be spending a year in […]

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Students help family displaced by Japan earthquake

Students help family displaced by Japan earthquake

On April 14, Ayato Kaneko, his wife, their 3-year-old daughter and their 7-month-old son packed all they could fit into […]

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Make way for mangroves: A proposed 12 acres to be restored at BBC

Make way for mangroves: A proposed 12 acres to be restored at BBC

More than two years after FIU officials initiated support from the county for a major environmental restoration project at Biscayne […]

FIU’s Fulbright Scholars and their work abroad

FIU’s Fulbright Scholars and their work abroad

Three FIU professors have received prestigious Fulbright Scholar grants fostering international education exchange to teach and conduct research overseas this […]

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Leading researcher to lead seminar on customized medicine

Leading researcher to lead seminar on customized medicine

Stanford School of Medicine Professor Carlos D. Bustamante, is scheduled to lead a seminar titled “Population Genetics in the Personal […]

The Coral Doctor Is In

The Coral Doctor Is In

Rebecca Vega Thurber searches for answers to the world’s coral reef loss By JoAnn Adkins When you announce to the […]

National forum on child mental health relocates to Miami

National forum on child mental health relocates to Miami

The internationally acclaimed Niagara Conference for treating mental health problems in children and adolescents is relocating to South Florida. William […]

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Ambassador details his hope for peace in Israel

Israel Ambassador to the United States Michael Oren believes peace can come to Israel in the not-so-distant future, possibly in […]

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