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Alumni in California Wine Country

Alumni in California Wine Country

The FIU Alumni Association organized the first-ever FIU Wine Country Weekend during harvest season 2011 as an opportunity for than 50 travelers to journey from Miami to California’s picturesque wine country to meet Panthers working in the wine industry. The group learned about wine and winemaking from Chaplin School of Hospitality and Tourism Management Professor Chip […]

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From The Ground Up: FIU at the 2011 Solar Decathlon

From The Ground Up: FIU at the 2011 Solar Decathlon

Two years ago, architecture professor Marilys Nepomechie and a group of FIU students conceived a home design perfect for South Florida – one that could get all its energy from the sun. Last fall, they traveled to Washington, D.C., and built that house for a world-renowned competition: the 2011 U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon.

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Achieving Perfection – FIU Model UN Team 2011

Achieving Perfection – FIU Model UN Team 2011

FIU’s Model United Nations team dominated the 2011 National Model UN competition, held April 17-21 in New York City. Competing among 183 delegations from around the world, Team FIU received the Outstanding Delegation award. And for the first time in FIU history, every delegate won an individual award. FIU has fielded a team for more […]

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Neighborhood Help: Creating Healthy Communities

Neighborhood Help: Creating Healthy Communities

The teams include students from nursing, social work, public health, law and other disciplines. Over a three-year period, the teams will work with a household in North Miami-Dade, including areas of the cities of Miami Gardens, Opa-locka and unincorporated Miami-Dade. The interdisciplinary cooperation is similar to the model that is taking shape in modern medicine […]

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Inspiring Real Change: FIU’s Partnership with Sweetwater

Inspiring Real Change: FIU’s Partnership with Sweetwater

In 2009, the FIU Honors College partnered with the City of Sweetwater to help improve the quality of life of Sweetwater residents. Students are dispersed throughout the community, working in the elementary, senior center and City Hall. They’re creating athletic programs; developing news literacy classes; tutoring kids at L’il Abner Mobile Home Park; offering computer […]

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Achieving Environmental Balance

Achieving Environmental Balance

From marine science and chemistry, to hydrology and biology, FIU scientists have a broad range of expertise on the region’s environmental issues. The Southeast Environmental Research Center in the School of Environment, Arts, and Society has more than 50 scientists and dozens of graduate students. Their work is supported by more than $10 million every […]

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Transforming Public Transportation – FIU and MDX

Transforming Public Transportation – FIU and MDX

Students and researchers at FIU’s Lehman Center for Transportation Research in the College of Engineering and Computing are helping local community and transportation leaders create realistic solutions to today’s traffic problems. With more than 20 full-time researchers, 20 research assistants and more than 50 graduate students, the center is the only one of its kind […]

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56 and counting – Garrett Wittels

56 and counting – Garrett Wittels

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