Posts tagged with: "Honors College"

Students take part in early voting march to the polls

Students take part in early voting march to the polls

By Joel Delgado ’12 MS ’17  Like many Americans this year, freshman marketing student Christy Rivera still wasn’t sure for whom […]

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Alumni sharing life lessons

Alumni sharing life lessons

Successful graduates counsel students on achieving goals and attaining dreams. WANTED: A professional with demonstrated success in his or her […]

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Once on the receiving end, students now make a difference for local youngsters

Once on the receiving end, students now make a difference for local youngsters

By Joel Delgado ’12 MS ’17  Coming full circle Aaron Armbrister knows the challenges that children in underserved communities face. […]

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It’s One Health Day. What does that mean?

It’s One Health Day. What does that mean?

Starting this year, Nov. 3 has been designated globally as One Health Day. Three leading international groups – the One […]

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2016 Election Events: Students, faculty analyze election, march to vote

2016 Election Events: Students, faculty analyze election, march to vote

As we’ve all seen in recent weeks, Florida is once again a major battleground state in the U.S. presidential election. […]

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My internship at Google

My internship at Google

Name:  Maytal Maor Major: I am double majoring in human resource management and marketing, while earning three marketing certificates. I’m also an […]

Honors College students finish Top 10 in Johns Hopkins MedHacks 2.0

Honors College students finish Top 10 in Johns Hopkins MedHacks 2.0

By: Aaron Rodriguez-Pupo Nearly 50 teams from colleges around the country converged last month on Johns Hopkins University to compete […]

Finance student excels as young investor

Finance student excels as young investor

Carlo Trabanco got his start investing at age 15, when he visited the Capital Markets Lab at FIU’s College of […]

My internship at the Department of Energy

My internship at the Department of Energy

Name: Alexis Smoot Year and major: Undergraduate in Environmental Engineering and Honors College Hometown: Memphis, Tennessee Where you interned: Office of Environmental Management […]

Business student mentors startups in Gaza

Business student mentors startups in Gaza

In June of 2015, international business major Tara Demren decided on a whim to participate in StartUp Weekend Miami. She and […]

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My way in: Studying in Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand

Last summer, Leyanis Diaz ’15 traveled to Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand as part of the Honors College’s study abroad program. Diaz […]

5 questions for the vice president for Engagement

5 questions for the vice president for Engagement

Vice President for University Engagement Saif Ishoof works to build public and private partnerships that capitalize upon FIU’s capacity to […]

Alumna hopes debate inspires at-risk students to go to college

Alumna hopes debate inspires at-risk students to go to college

– By Stephanie Villavicencio Nalisa Saati ’10, an FIU Honors College alumna, is providing at-risk students in Miami-Dade County with […]

Poetry from 40,000 feet: Look down and read between the lines

Poetry from 40,000 feet: Look down and read between the lines

Park on Blue Garage’s rooftop, and experience poetry. A gigantic poem written in between the lines of parked cars is the latest […]

Strong partnership between students and mentors sparks cutting-edge research

Strong partnership between students and mentors sparks cutting-edge research

Written by Daniela Hernandez Everyone has their own definition of mentor: a trusted counselor, a professor, a confidant. For most […]