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Communications training for a return to the moon takes place at Aquarius

Communications training for a return to the moon takes place at Aquarius

Whether one is diving on the ocean floor or walking on the surface of the moon, successful communication with mission […]

Young women: Breast cancer doesn’t care how old you are

Young women: Breast cancer doesn’t care how old you are

FIU Psychology Assistant Professor Bethany Reeb Sutherland was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016, at the age of 38. […]

Hispanic heritage drives students’ passion for science

Hispanic heritage drives students’ passion for science

By Taylor Gutierrez In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, FIU Institute of Environment graduate students highlighted how their Latin […]

Can long-lasting Styrofoam boxes incubate sea turtle eggs?

Can long-lasting Styrofoam boxes incubate sea turtle eggs?

By Carolina Maria Two undergraduate students are helping conduct research to determine whether Styrofoam containers — long hated for their […]

Up Close: Tom Frankovich

Up Close: Tom Frankovich

By Sajida Malik At the College of Arts, Sciences & Education, we’re training the next generation of changemakers. Our faculty […]

Alumnus in search of melanoma treatment

Alumnus in search of melanoma treatment

FIU alumnus Juliano Tiburcio de Freitas is one step closer to helping people suffering from melanoma. He recently found Endothelin […]

Psychology alum celebrated for helping children find their courage

Psychology alum celebrated for helping children find their courage

The American Psychological Association (APA) recently recognized FIU alumnus Armando Pina with the Dalmas A. Taylor Distinguished Contributions Award. The […]

Small plastics can lead to a big problem

Small plastics can lead to a big problem

By Taylor Gutierrez Our coastal and wetland ecosystems are facing very real pollution threats from an invader so tiny, it […]

A love of nature paves the path for a beloved career

A love of nature paves the path for a beloved career

By Maria Gabriela Gonzalez Starchek Embarking on backpacking expeditions through rivers, mountains and caves in his native Cuba taught Rafael […]

Meet Sylvia Earle, a lifelong oceanographer

Meet Sylvia Earle, a lifelong oceanographer

The College of Arts, Sciences & Education is bringing Sylvia Earle for the inaugural Explorers & innovators Lecture Series on […]