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Alternative Spring Break: Nicaragua

Alternative Spring Break: Nicaragua

Five groups of students traveled to Nicaragua during the spring session of alternative Breaks. The collective group represented the largest contingency set to a single country in the organization’s 17-year history. The groups were guided by Panorama Service Expeditions, a travel company that specializes in service projects in Nicaragua and is owned and operated by FIU alumnus […]

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Presidential Inaugural poet and alumnus Richard Blanco visits FIU

Presidential Inaugural poet and alumnus Richard Blanco visits FIU

  To come to “One Today,” Blanco said he began to hone in on how he feels about the United States of America. This was the second of three poems he wrote for the White House. “What I hadn’t expected was it opened my creative channels,” he said. “It’s opened up a way for me […]

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Professor Tracks Lost Tribes of Israel To Papua New Guinea

Professor Tracks Lost Tribes of Israel To Papua New Guinea

  In a remote corner of Papua New Guinea, Religious Scholar Tudor Parfitt, known internationally as the “British Indiana Jones,” is tracking a global phenomenon of tribal people identifying themselves as Lost Tribes of Israel.  Read more at news.fiu.edu

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16-year-old whiz kid is FIU’s youngest graduate

16-year-old whiz kid is FIU’s youngest graduate

  Sky Choi became FIU’s youngest graduate at age 16 when he earned his bachelor’s degree in Asian Studies from the FIU Honors College. Read more about Sky Choi in the FIU Magazine

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FIU engineers monitor Miami-Dade’s first smart highway bridge

FIU engineers monitor Miami-Dade’s first smart highway bridge

Nakin Suksawang, a professor of civil and environmental engineering and a researcher with Lehman Center for Transportation Research at FIU’s College of Engineering & Computing, along with four students, installed 96 stainless steel embedded strain sensors in critical locations over six segments of the bridge prior to the concrete being poured. Read more at news.fiu.edu

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Category 5 Hurricane Simulator Unveiled

Category 5 Hurricane Simulator Unveiled

The 12-fan Wall of Wind (WOW) at FIU is the largest and most powerful university research facility of its kind and is capable of simulating a Category 5 hurricane — the highest rating on the Saffir-Simspon Hurricane Wind Scale.  Read more at news.fiu.edu

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Serving Up SoBe Fest

Serving Up SoBe Fest

Each year, hundreds of FIU students work hand in hand with celebrity chefs and hospitality professionals to put on one of the biggest wine and food festivals in the nation.

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Two FIU Alumni Receive Prestigious Pickering Graduate Fellowship

Two FIU Alumni Receive Prestigious Pickering Graduate Fellowship

Ernesto Alfonso ’11 and Ayesha Quirke ’05 were named 2012 Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellows.

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Kemal Gekic performs Moonlight Sonata (1st movement)

Kemal Gekic performs Moonlight Sonata (1st movement)

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