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Undergrads across the U.S. join unique coastal environmental research experience at FIU

Undergrads across the U.S. join unique coastal environmental research experience at FIU

A lucky group of undergraduates from across the nation had the summer of a lifetime exploring the iconic coastal ecosystems […]

2022 NRC Nuclear Research Fellowships

2022 NRC Nuclear Research Fellowships

The interdisciplinary Nuclear Program is now accepting applications for the Spring 2022 semester. This is a unique opportunity for outstanding […]

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CASE Summer 2021 Real Triumphs Graduates

A diverse group of men and women in background, nationality, interests and ambitions, these individuals are shining examples of what […]

2021 red tide experts

2021 red tide experts

As the peak of red tide season approaches, FIU experts are available to talk about how Florida red tide blooms […]

CASE Spring 2021 Real Triumphs Graduates

CASE Spring 2021 Real Triumphs Graduates

A diverse group of men and women in background, nationality, interests and ambitions, these individuals are shining examples of what […]

Students awarded 2021 Cristina Menendez Memorial Fellowship

Students awarded 2021 Cristina Menendez Memorial Fellowship

Thirteen students across FIU’s College of Arts, Sciences & Education have been awarded the Institute of Environment’s 2021 Cristina Menendez […]

Ana Serrato, 10th grade, Our Lady of Lourdes Academy – 2nd place CCEW 2020

FIU@Home: Create chemical poetry

Home is the first learning laboratory. This series brings opportunities to discover, explore and create to life-long learners everywhere. Through […]

Water goddess’ research may one day provide clean drinking water to millions

Water goddess’ research may one day provide clean drinking water to millions

Anahita Esmaeilian has been thinking about the threat of unclean drinking water on our planet for a long time. She […]

For chemistry alumnus his pharmacist’s coat is his cape

For chemistry alumnus his pharmacist’s coat is his cape

Walking through a pharmacy as a child, Daniel Ruiz saw rows and rows of bottles lining the walls. A simple […]

Bugs, robots and brains

Bugs, robots and brains

Walter Gonzalez didn’t have a lot of lasting friendships as a kid so he spent much of his time collecting […]