Posts tagged with: "Communication Arts"

A force for the future: Communication professors train local police to connect with citizens

A force for the future: Communication professors train local police to connect with citizens

Police officers are trained to protect and serve the public. They are taught to evaluate a dangerous situation in a […]

Student voices strong at speech night

Student voices strong at speech night

Eleven FIU students dug deep into their hearts and strapped on their microphones. On April 8, they took the stage […]

Communication Arts Major Dominique Ehrl is currently in her second semester as an intern at NBCUniversal

Student finds calling while interning at NBCUniversal

Living in Manhattan, working full-time at NBCUniversal and getting to read and watch TV show pilots before everyone else are […]

Best of the Month: October 2015

Best of the Month: October 2015

By Joel Delgado ’12 MS ’17  With the fall semester in full swing, October was a big month for the […]

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Communication Arts student’s research leads to dream job

Communication Arts student’s research leads to dream job

Communication Arts senior Christina Barahona has always known that she wanted to work in sports, but it took a Communication […]

Inspired by the wilderness: Students’ Everglades journey in poems, essays and stories

Inspired by the wilderness: Students’ Everglades journey in poems, essays and stories

Six FIU students, all aspiring writers, were selected last fall to take part in a six-week Everglades wilderness expedition in […]

FIYou: Daniela Ottati Reperger

FIYou: Daniela Ottati Reperger

By Joel Delgado ’12 MS ’17  Name: Daniela Ottati Reperger Hometown: Montevideo, Uruguay Job Title/Department: Professor, Communication Arts Campus: MMC In a nutshell: I […]

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College of Medicine hosts “Doctors of Tomorrow”

College of Medicine hosts “Doctors of Tomorrow”

Two years ago, Alyssa Cartwright witnessed a horrible motorcycle accident. A bike hit a pole. She stopped to help, but […]

At 2012 TEDxFIU, mechanical engineering student Ximena Prugue delivered a talk about her non-profit – Giving the Green Light to India.

Students invited to join new TEDxFIU club

FIU students have come together to form a new TEDxFIU club open for all students to be involved with university’s […]

‘New York Times’ media reporter to speak at BBC Jan. 31

‘New York Times’ media reporter to speak at BBC Jan. 31

The Student Government Association at Biscayne Bay Campus will host Brian Stelter, the media reporter for The New York Times, […]

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Jeb Bush to give lecture at MMC Jan. 31

Jeb Bush to give lecture at MMC Jan. 31

Former Governor of Florida Jeb Bush will give a talk Thursday, Jan. 31, in the MARC Pavilion at Modesto A. […]

Speaking up about homelessness: a classroom project with real-world implications

Speaking up about homelessness: a classroom project with real-world implications

A powerful partnership between communications students and the formerly homeless aims to change perception. By Deborah O’Neil MA ’09 On […]

Election 2012

Election 2012

“Election 2012” is FIU’s election headquarters. Here FIU experts will provide their analysis of the candidates and key issues of the […]

Gingrich delivers foreign policy speech at FIU

Gingrich delivers foreign policy speech at FIU

A week before the Florida primary, FIU students had the opportunity to sit in on a foreign policy speech by […]

FIU expands footprint, taps into the energy of Brickell Avenue and Lincoln Road

FIU expands footprint, taps into the energy of Brickell Avenue and Lincoln Road

Florida International University has expanded its footprint eastward with the inauguration of facilities on Brickell Avenue and Lincoln Road that […]