Posts tagged with: "Preeminent Program"

Nepal was ripe for disaster, FIU experts say

Nepal was ripe for disaster, FIU experts say

As the people of Nepal struggle with the aftermath of a 7.8-magnitude earthquake that has devastated much of the country, […]

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Currently, five canines are undergoing training to detect a deadly fungus attacking South Florida's avocado industry.

Dogs, drones battle deadly avocado fungus

In just a few weeks, redbay ambrosia beetles will be on the move in Florida, a major concern for the […]

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Workshop with all participants to seek solutions to Water-Energy-Climate Nexus cases.

D.C. Dispatch: Sea level rise, Caribbean energy security and Presidential budget

As President Obama prepared to release his FY16 Presidential budget request to Congress, FIU researchers were on global and environmental […]

FIU presents 2014 National Accelerated Bridge Conference

FIU presents 2014 National Accelerated Bridge Conference

  Florida International University’s Accelerated Bridge Construction University Transportation Center (FIU ABC-UTC) will address the building and delivering of economical […]

Provost Excellence Award recognizes outstanding faculty research

Provost Excellence Award recognizes outstanding faculty research

The Office of the Provost recognized eight FIU centers and institutes with the Provost Excellence Awards during Panther Football home […]

Nikiema Moustapha has successfully implemented Climate Smart Agriculture techniques in his corn field in the village of Tama, Burkina Faso.

FIU offers hope for Burkina Faso’s abandoned crop fields

FIU’s Global Waters for Sustainability Program (GLOWS) is bringing life to unhealthy and abandoned crop fields in Burkina Faso. Loss […]

GeekiWood conference promotes STEM education, innovation at FIU

GeekiWood conference promotes STEM education, innovation at FIU

FIU’s School of Integrated Science and Humanity along with the Center for Women’s and Gender Studies hosted the GeekiWood conference Sept. 27. The […]

A Q&A with Ken Furton

A Q&A with Ken Furton

A research scientist and father of two FIU students, Ken Furton aims to enhance the value of an FIU degree […]

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Water is life: 10 years of global water research and aid

Water is life: 10 years of global water research and aid

In previous issues of FIU Magazine, we brought you the story of GLOWS, or Global Water for Sustainability, the largest […]

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FIU marks 10 years of solving the global water crisis

FIU marks 10 years of solving the global water crisis

A decade ago, FIU set out to make a difference in the global water crisis. Through a partnership with the […]

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FIU water law attorney provides expertise in international treaty negotiation

FIU water law attorney provides expertise in international treaty negotiation

For millions of people in the South Caucasus mountain region of Turkey, Georgia, Iran, Armenia and Azerbaijan, the Kura River is […]

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Congresswoman Ros-Lehtinen congratulates College of Engineering from House floor

Congresswoman Ros-Lehtinen congratulates College of Engineering from House floor

FIU alumna Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen ’75, MS ’87 congratulated the College of Engineering & Computing from the floor of the […]

FIU awarded selective grant to train leaders from Africa

FIU awarded selective grant to train leaders from Africa

This summer FIU will host 25 young fellows from sub-Saharan nations in a public management institute as part of the […]

Chemistry student develops fast, easy, cheap explosives detection

Chemistry student develops fast, easy, cheap explosives detection

FIU chemistry doctoral student Kelley Peters is revolutionizing on-site explosives detection techniques with a new, simple, fast and inexpensive technology […]

Ambassadors from around the world experience the impact of FIU’s Wall of Wind

Ambassadors from around the world experience the impact of FIU’s Wall of Wind

A group of 36 ambassadors representing nations on five continents visited FIU’s College of Engineering & Computing on Tuesday, Jan. […]