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Engaging effectively during tense times

Engaging effectively during tense times

The death of George Floyd caused many to turn to social media to share their outrage, beliefs and feelings about […]

Female faculty making an impact

Female faculty making an impact

For Women’s History Month, the FIU Center for Children and Families (CCF) is celebrating the female faculty who are making […]

CASE Worlds Ahead Fall Graduates

CASE Worlds Ahead Fall Graduates

These graduates exhibit outstanding perseverance, intelligence and personal strength during their time at FIU and fully demonstrate and embrace  what […]

Study shows people may be underestimating their own prejudice

Study shows people may be underestimating their own prejudice

New research has revealed the more racist or sexist a person is, the more likely they are to underestimate their own […]

Renewing the push for equality

Renewing the push for equality

The Women in the Workplace 2018 survey found that even though men and women enter the workforce in similar numbers, men get […]

Women in Research: Lorraine Bahrick

Women in Research: Lorraine Bahrick

By: Ashley Garcia The FIU’s Infant Development Lab is bright and inviting with blue couches and colored toys and books everywhere. This […]

Worlds Ahead psychology graduate featured at commencement

Worlds Ahead psychology graduate featured at commencement

New worlds have opened up for Jay Phillip Jefferson through his research and scholarship. The first time Jay got on […]