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

Going bananas for Yonanas

Going bananas for Yonanas

FIU alumni invented a kitchen appliance that provides a healthy alternative to ice cream. Now their cool invention is hotter […]

SEAS launching Environmental Film Series for spring semester

The School of Environment, Arts and Society (SEAS) in the College of Arts & Sciences is inaugurating its first Environmental […]

Future Florida senator

Future Florida senator

Political science major Nathaly Pena transcribes her notes at the FIU Bookstore.”I’d love to be a senator for the State […]

International relations student finishes Congressional internship, gains on-Hill experience

International relations student finishes Congressional internship, gains on-Hill experience

Like many FIU students who return from Washington D.C. after completing federal internships, Luis Enrique Pantigoso recently came back from […]

Researchers break world record for data transfer

Researchers break world record for data transfer

Researchers have set a new world record for data transfer, helping to usher in the next generation of high-speed network […]

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Early spatial thinking skills predictor of STEM achievement

Early spatial thinking skills predictor of STEM achievement

Recent graduates may be surprised to learn that the vocabulary their parents used with them as children may have had […]

From homeless to cum laude: A graduate’s journey

From homeless to cum laude: A graduate’s journey

At one point in his life, after he joined the army to escape a girlfriend who broke his heart, after […]

FIU exhibit on display at Museum of Discovery and Science

FIU exhibit on display at Museum of Discovery and Science

When the Museum of Discovery and Science in Ft. Lauderdale recently opened its new EcoDiscovery Center, FIU researchers delivered a […]

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Creative Writing professor becomes United States Artists Fellow

Creative Writing professor becomes United States Artists Fellow

English and Creative Writing professor Campbell McGrath was recently named a United States Artists (USA) Fellow. McGrath was one of 52 […]

Coral reef study gets boost from NSF

Coral reef study gets boost from NSF

FIU has received grant to study the adverse effects of algae and microbes on coral reefs. The $822,000 grant is […]

FIU student, philanthropist recognized by National Collegiate Honors Council

FIU student, philanthropist recognized by National Collegiate Honors Council

FIU student Daniel J. Tapanes was recently honored as the 2011-2012 Student of the Year at the annual National Collegiate Honors […]

FIU receives NSF grant to advance women faculty in science and math

FIU receives NSF grant to advance women faculty in science and math

FIU has received a National Science Foundation ADVANCE grant to facilitate the hiring, retention and promotion of women in the academic […]

NASA fellowships in hand, students focus on hurricane research

NASA fellowships in hand, students focus on hurricane research

“I always wanted to be a meteorologist,” says Joseph Zagrodnik. A master’s student in FIU’s Department of Earth & Environment, […]

Giving thanks in the garden

Giving thanks in the garden

Avocado papaya salad. Spiced garbanzos. Cauliflower Manchuria. Indian rice. Chayote. All of this and more was shared among students, faculty, […]

Office of Study Abroad exhibits student art in Graham Center

Office of Study Abroad exhibits student art in Graham Center

The FIU Student Government Association and the International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) office celebrated International Education Week 2011 with art […]

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