Posts tagged with: "School of Integrated Science and Humanity (SISH)"

Worried about traveling with your kids over the holidays? Read this first

Worried about traveling with your kids over the holidays? Read this first

A little preparation can spare parents who travel with their children – and those around them – from feeling the […]

Children with ADHD or autism could be early indicator for younger siblings, new study finds

Children with ADHD or autism could be early indicator for younger siblings, new study finds

Younger siblings of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or autism spectrum disorder are more likely to develop either […]

Researchers clear the air about vaping

Researchers clear the air about vaping

FIU psychologists Elisa Trucco and Matthew Sutherland are in a race to find answers about the impact of e-cigarettes on […]

Major data release set for early 2019 as recruitment wraps up for nation’s largest adolescent brain study

Major data release set for early 2019 as recruitment wraps up for nation’s largest adolescent brain study

Research teams all across the globe are eagerly awaiting a major release of data from the largest study ever attempted […]

David Sylvester, the deputy executive director of the National Forensic Science Technology Center at FIU, presents the American National Standards Institute-American Society for Quality National Accreditation Board accreditation to officials from the Management and High Throughput Genotyping Unit of the Directorate General for National Security Police Scientific Laboratory and other laboratory officials in Casablanca, Morocco.

FIU helps Moroccan forensic lab earn its first international accreditation

Morocco has earned its first international forensic accreditation with the help of the National Forensic Science Technology Center at FIU. […]

Program aims to educate faculty members about bias

Program aims to educate faculty members about bias

As an Hispanic-serving institution located in a multicultural region of the country, FIU is no stranger to diversity. However, a […]

Aqua Foundation scholarship awardees: (Back row) Pamela Lopez , Bobbi Sade, and Charisse Mellison (Front row)  Alyssa Pepio, Chelsea Cosner, Carter Casio. Not photographed: Kelly Rojas and Cathy Ng.

FIU students sweep LGBT scholarships

What do eight FIU students studying various majors — including hospitality and tourism, biomedical engineering, women’s and gender/queer studies and […]

Silvina Di Pietro, chemistry graduate student,  at her internship at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

DOE fellowship connects student to her family’s past

In 1952, a young Italian couple set voyage to Argentina in a cramped ship to flee the devastation of World […]

McNair Conference inspires undergrads to pursue grad school

McNair Conference inspires undergrads to pursue grad school

Everyone is curious about what the future holds. For graduate school hopefuls attending the FIU McNair Scholars Research Conference, a […]

FIU earns national designation as “Innovation and Economic Prosperity University”

FIU earns national designation as “Innovation and Economic Prosperity University”

FIU has earned national designation as an Innovation and Economic Prosperity (IEP) University by the Association of Public and Land-grant […]

FBI forensics hits Hollywood speed, researcher says

FBI forensics hits Hollywood speed, researcher says

If you believe everything you see on TV, forensic scientists can wrap up a case in an hour. That doesn’t […]

FIU receives $1.49 million to transform how calculus is taught

FIU receives $1.49 million to transform how calculus is taught

FIU’s STEM Transformation Institute has received a $1.49 million grant from the National Science Foundation to improve student success in […]

NSF recognizes forensic chemist among Hispanic leaders in research

NSF recognizes forensic chemist among Hispanic leaders in research

The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently profiled eight Hispanic scientists and engineers who are national leaders in their areas of […]

My internship at Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department

My internship at Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department

Name: Raquel Kassab-Flame Hometown: Merida, Venezuela What is your major? I am a psychology major, minoring in criminal justice. Where are you […]

Guilty until proven innocent: police perceptions affect investigations

Guilty until proven innocent: police perceptions affect investigations

  When an investigator believes an innocent person is guilty, a wrongful conviction is a real possibility, researchers find. Research […]