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Women in Research: Caroline Simpson

Women in Research: Caroline Simpson

Caroline Simpson’s work is out of this world – literally. An astronomy professor in the College of Arts, Sciences & […]

Women in STEM: Navigating professional transitions

Women in STEM: Navigating professional transitions

Although the national average of female physics students is 15 percent, FIU has an average of 40 percent. Dr. Yesim Darici – […]

Women at the helm of redefining engineering at FIU

Women at the helm of redefining engineering at FIU

Written by: Ashley Garcia Professors Trina Fletcher and Alexandra Coso Strong are aiming to expand and improve the participation in engineering at FIU. In […]

FIU ADVANCE trains faculty how to be active bystanders

FIU ADVANCE trains faculty how to be active bystanders

FIU’s Bystander Leadership Program provides workshops that aim to educate STEM and Social Based Sciences faculty on how to recognize and […]

Increasing representation of underrepresented groups among STEM faculty members

Increasing representation of underrepresented groups among STEM faculty members

This article originally appeared in Higher Education Today, and is the latest in a series on campus climate and STEM success. ACE is partnering […]

Women in Research: Deborah Goldfarb

Women in Research: Deborah Goldfarb

By Ashley Garcia Deborah Goldfarb, assistant professor of psychology and attorney, spends her days attempting to unravel the mysteries of […]