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

Select group of liberal arts students join elite honor society, Phi Beta Kappa

Select group of liberal arts students join elite honor society, Phi Beta Kappa

FIU political science major Graciela Aguero remembers noticing years ago that a lot of U.S. presidents have been members of […]

Members of the Miami Team take a break from the weekend-long NASA Space Apps Challenge held at the FIU Engineering Center April 21-22.

FIU hosts NASA Space Apps Challenge

FIU graduate students hosted a NASA-sponsored International Space Apps Challenge at the Engineering Center April 21-22.  The global “codeathon-style” event […]

FIU is there as legislation introduced to diversify STEM education

FIU is there as legislation introduced to diversify STEM education

FIU took part in the unveiling of the Broadening Participation in STEM Education Act this week on Capitol Hill. College […]

Faculty Profile: Percy Hintzen

Faculty Profile: Percy Hintzen

This is the fourth article in a series highlighting some of the 124 faculty members who were hired during the […]

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Creative Writing’s Dufresne is a Guggenheim Fellow

Creative Writing’s Dufresne is a Guggenheim Fellow

FIU creative writing professor John Dufresne has been named a 2012 Guggenheim Fellow. Dufresne is one of 181 scholars, artists and […]

FIU, Miami HEAT help restore the mangroves

The School of Environment, Arts and Society (SEAS) teamed up April 11 with the Miami HEAT, Shake-A-Leg, City of Miami […]

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FIU remembers Trayvon Martin, hosts case discussion at BBC

FIU remembers Trayvon Martin, hosts case discussion at BBC

Trayvon Martin, the 17-year-old high school student who was killed Feb. 26 by a neighborhood watch volunteer in Sanford, Fla., […]

FIU leads global water projects around the world

FIU leads global water projects around the world

On Earth Day, April 22, more than one billion people around the globe will mark the importance of protecting our […]

Physics student to meet Nobel Prize winners in Germany

Physics student to meet Nobel Prize winners in Germany

FIU physics Ph.D. student Idaykis Rodriguez ’08 is packing her bags and passport and headed to Lindau, Germany, this summer now that […]

Rescuing endangered wild orchids from a man-made flood

This article, co-authored by FIU Department of Earth and Environment Assistant Professor Hong Liu, was originally published in Tropical Garden magazine […]

FIU Health opens its doors to South Florida community

FIU Health opens its doors to South Florida community

Physicians with the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine at Florida International University are now available to see patients through FIU […]

Physics is a homerun at Marlins’ ballpark for one FIU professor

Physics is a homerun at Marlins’ ballpark for one FIU professor

Physics Professor Brian Raue enjoys physics but loves baseball. He spends most of his days exploring the nature of matter […]

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FIU Agroecology students pose in front of the U.S. Capitol in early March.

FIU takes D.C.

Students from the FIU Agroecology Program visited Washington, D.C., to take part in the Multicultural Scholars (MSP) and National Needs […]

Geoscience students explore Death Valley

Geoscience students explore Death Valley

For some, spring break means lazy days at the beach. But for 13 FIU students, Spring Break 2012 meant trading […]

Mastering illicit markets, transnational crime and globalization

Mastering illicit markets, transnational crime and globalization

To learn more about FIU’s new master’s in Global Governance, FIU News recently caught up with Liana Reyes, a student in the […]