Arts + Culture

Center for Women’s and Gender Studies and dean of Students Office recognized for changemaking

Center for Women’s and Gender Studies and dean of Students Office recognized for changemaking

A new FIU undergraduate course on bystander invention has received a #MillionsofChangemakers Award from Ashoka U. Faculty in the Center […]

FIU English students share how to get the most out of online classes

FIU English students share how to get the most out of online classes

Class community is always important. As we face a pandemic that isolates all of us in unprecedented ways, it’s easy […]

Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Development and STEMM and director of the Women in STEMM

Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Development and STEMM and director of the Women in STEMM

FIU Provost and Executive Vice President Kenneth G. Furton announced the appointment of Yesim Darici as Associate Vice Provost for […]

Podcast: LGBTQA+ student experiences with FIU Honors Pride Club

Podcast: LGBTQA+ student experiences with FIU Honors Pride Club

In Episode 18 of the “More Than A Major” podcast, College of Arts, Sciences & Education students who are members […]

Podcast: Black experience in America – stories from our students

Podcast: Black experience in America – stories from our students

A panel of current and former FIU College of Arts, Sciences & Education students speak on the Black experience in […]

It’s 2020 and alumna Naomi Ruele is still debunking myths about Black swimmers

It’s 2020 and alumna Naomi Ruele is still debunking myths about Black swimmers

Naomi Ruele has two priorities: swimming at a professional level and debunking the stigma that “Black people can’t swim” so […]

Phi Theta Kappa’s Honors Program Council appoints FIU alumna

Phi Theta Kappa’s Honors Program Council appoints FIU alumna

College of Arts, Sciences & Education English alumna Kelly Kennedy-Everett is among only four other college faculty in the country […]

Anti-racism book sales spike in U.S.

Anti-racism book sales spike in U.S.

People are turning to books to learn more particularly about race and anti-racism following the death of George Floyd and […]

The power of an English major

The power of an English major

The skills learned in English courses are transferable across a myriad of fields. At FIU, our alumni have gone on […]

Podcast: Vaccine law for COVID-19 and tips for law school with Brian Abramson

Podcast: Vaccine law for COVID-19 and tips for law school with Brian Abramson

College of Arts, Sciences & Education alumnus Brian Abramson recently discussed legal perspectives affecting possible COVID-19 vaccines on the “More […]