The impacts of the environment on human affairs has remained a generally unexplored area in histroy. For FIU Ph.D. student […]
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In 2013, FIU Magazine was filled with stories success and struggle, levity and poignancy, reflection and dreams. We traveled around […]
Juan Ponce de León served as governor of Puerto Rico for a tumultuous five years. During that time, the native […]
By Susan Feinberg Sherry Johnson, associate professor in the Department of History, was recently honored with a fellowship at the […]
At a reception April 6, President Mark B. Rosenberg recognized FIU faculty members from a breadth of disciplines for their outstanding […]