Posts tagged with: "Sherry Johnson"

Engraving of the Great Storm of 1703, author unknown.

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Historian explores great storm

The impacts of the environment on human affairs has remained a generally unexplored area in histroy. For FIU Ph.D. student […]

Editor’s picks for Best of FIU Magazine 2013

Editor’s picks for Best of FIU Magazine 2013

In 2013, FIU Magazine was filled with stories success and struggle, levity and poignancy, reflection and dreams. We traveled around […]

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Nuestra Tierra Florida: 500 years after Ponce de León

Nuestra Tierra Florida: 500 years after Ponce de León

Juan Ponce de León served as governor of Puerto Rico for a tumultuous five years. During that time, the native […]

History professor honored with Rachel Carson Fellowship

History professor honored with Rachel Carson Fellowship

By Susan Feinberg Sherry Johnson, associate professor in the Department of History, was recently honored with a fellowship at the […]

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Top faculty honored for outstanding achievements

Top faculty honored for outstanding achievements

At a reception April 6, President Mark B. Rosenberg recognized FIU faculty members from a breadth of disciplines for their outstanding […]

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