Posts tagged with: "STEM"

Physics student to meet Nobel Prize winners in Germany

Physics student to meet Nobel Prize winners in Germany

FIU physics Ph.D. student Idaykis Rodriguez ’08 is packing her bags and passport and headed to Lindau, Germany, this summer now that […]

FIU joins STEM education national dialogue at 100Kin10 Partner Summit

FIU joins STEM education national dialogue at 100Kin10 Partner Summit

As a partner in the 100Kin10 movement, FIU is participating in today’s 100Kin10 Partner Summit in Washington, D.C. The initiative […]

FIU aims to recruit state’s top students

WHAT:  Florida International University professors, students and administrators are headed to Orlando this week to honor and recruit some of […]

Early spatial thinking skills predictor of STEM achievement

Early spatial thinking skills predictor of STEM achievement

Recent graduates may be surprised to learn that the vocabulary their parents used with them as children may have had […]

Environmental Immersion Day

Environmental Immersion Day

Students from Miami Springs High School visit FIU’s organic garden and shade house as part of the Fairchild Tropical Botanic […]

Betty G. Reader estate pledges $600,000 to establish scholarship fund at FIU

Betty G. Reader estate pledges $600,000 to establish scholarship fund at FIU

FIU has received a $600,000 estate commitment to establish the Betty G. Reader Scholarship Fund for students who have demonstrated […]

FIU’s ARC welcomes Visiting DOE Scholar Ines Triay

FIU’s ARC welcomes Visiting DOE Scholar Ines Triay

The Applied Research Center recently welcomed to its ranks Ines Triay, a former assistant secretary for Environmental Management (EM) at […]

President’s budget update

President’s budget update

The following message was sent from President Mark B. Rosenberg to the university community on April 14, 2011: Dear members […]