Posts tagged with: "FIU Libraries"

Artist-in-residence, local students plant the seeds of sustainability

Artist-in-residence, local students plant the seeds of sustainability

On Earth Day this year, a group of third-graders at Joella C. Good Elementary School gathered on their campus with […]

Travel grants offer scholars chance to explore Cuban culture

Travel grants offer scholars chance to explore Cuban culture

For more than 10 years, FIU Libraries, the Cuban Research Institute (CRI), and the Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center have offered […]

Green Library installs turnstiles

Green Library installs turnstiles

Located in the center of Modesto A. Maidique Campus, the Green Library sees about 9,000 visitors a day. Every FIU student has […]

Love story comes full circle in Green Library

Love story comes full circle in Green Library

Most graduates get flowers or a nice dinner to mark the occasion. But Craig Del Mundo had something even more […]

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Green School grad completes online archive of Haitian history

Green School grad completes online archive of Haitian history

Adam Silvia MA ’09 starts work this week at the Library of Congress in D.C. Just a day after he […]

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FIU catches Pokémon Go fever

FIU catches Pokémon Go fever

  We’ve all seen them – dozens of people sitting or standing around the fountain across from Primera Casa staring down at […]

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FIU, MDPD train staff to respond to armed assailants

FIU, MDPD train staff to respond to armed assailants

Columbine. Sandy Hook. Florida State University. Orlando. The list of mass shootings in the United States continues to grow, forever […]

New sea level rise resource demonstrates capabilities of Digital Scholars Lab

New sea level rise resource demonstrates capabilities of Digital Scholars Lab

As technology advances, research methodologies in the sciences, social sciences and the humanities are also shifting. A new resource at […]

Listen to musical recordings of a bygone era

Listen to musical recordings of a bygone era

Photo by Doug Garland ’10 FIU’s Diaz-Ayala Cuban and Latin American Popular Music Collection comprises more than 100,000 items, among […]

FIU Libraries increasing access by digitizing content

FIU Libraries increasing access by digitizing content

Whether it’s a professor posting course readings online, or searching JSTOR for the right article for your paper, more and […]

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Libraries extend hours for last two weeks of semester

Libraries extend hours for last two weeks of semester

What do FIU students need to succeed during finals week? Three things come to mind: a semester’s worth of good […]

A business magnate’s obsession with the book that gave us Shakespeare

A business magnate’s obsession with the book that gave us Shakespeare

Folger Shakespeare Library’s national traveling exhibition First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, currently being presented at the Patricia & Phillip […]

Romeu takes a closer look at a sample copy of the Folio, also on display in the exhibit.

Alumna puts English degree to work preserving Shakespeare’s legacy

It’s not every day that FIU graduates’ jobs bring them from Washington, D.C., back to their alma mater. But for […]

1917 Edison recording of the "Himno Nacional Cubano"

Libraries awarded GRAMMY grant to preserve Latin culture

If CDs and audiotapes are practically extinct, what happens to even older forms of music storage? At FIU, they’re preserved for […]

Shakespeare's First Folio, a first edition of his works, arrived at FIU in Feb. As part of the Folger Shakespeare Library's national traveling exhibit First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, the nearly 400 year-old book will be on display at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum all month.

Shakespeare: Celebrating 400 years of wit and wisdom

On Feb. 2, the FIU Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum opened its doors to William Shakespeare’s First Folio! The […]