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Javier Francisco-Ortega, Associate Professor of Biology

Javier Francisco-Ortega, Associate Professor of Biology

Javier Francisco-Ortega is an associate professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at FIU, where he teaches and studies plant systematics with a focus on using molecular tools to establish phylogenetic relationships among taxa. He is also the head of FIU/Fairchild Plant Molecular Systematics Laboratory for the Center for Tropical Plant Conservation at the Fairchild […]

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Abdel Perera – International Relations Student

Abdel Perera – International Relations Student

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Jaime Canaves – Architecture Professor

Jaime Canaves – Architecture Professor

Jaime Canaves is a Professor of Architecture in the College of Architecture and the Arts at FIU.

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Hannibal Travis – Law Professor

Hannibal Travis – Law Professor

Hannibal Travis teaches and conducts research in the fields of cyberlaw, intellectual property, antitrust, international and comparative law, and human rights.  He joined FIU after several years practicing intellectual property and Internet law at O’Melveny & Myers in San Francisco, California, and at Debevoise & Plimpton in New York. He has also served as Visiting […]

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Richard Olson – International Relations Professor

Richard Olson – International Relations Professor

Professor and Chair of the Department of Politics and International Relations, Richard Olson’s early work focused on economic sanctions and coercion, primarily in First World-Third World relations, and was published in World Politics and The Journal of Developing Areas. Starting in the 1980’s, and based on both research and field experiences, Professor Olson moved into […]

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David Cohen – Social Work Professor

David Cohen – Social Work Professor

David Cohen’s research and scholarship seeks to develop lines of critical thought as alternatives to bio psychiatric conceptions of distress and misbehavior and to conventional views about the “safety and efficacy” of psychiatric drug treatment. He has contributed to clinical practice by elaborating self-help and professional help methods aimed at clients withdrawing from the use of […]

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Randall Roark – Nursing Professor

Randall Roark – Nursing Professor

Randall Roark is an assistant professor of Nursing in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at FIU. He received his Ph.D. in Nursing from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and currently teaches Advanced Pathophysiology, Clinical and Theory courses for the Adult Nurse Practitioner, Diagnostics and Therapeutics, and Clinical Decision Making, among other courses. […]

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Angela Salmon – Early Childhood Education Professor

Angela Salmon – Early Childhood Education Professor

Dr. Angela Salmon is Assistant Professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning at FIU. Her interest in the interplay between  cognition and language and literacy development has led her to conduct research in such areas as children’s theory of mind, metacognition, language and literacy development, teacher’s discourse in the classroom, music and thinking and […]

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Heidi Scott – Ecocriticism Professor

Heidi Scott – Ecocriticism Professor

‪Heidi Scott is an assistant professor of English at Florida International University. Her area of expertise is literary ecocriticism, with special consideration of 19th century British literature.  Her interests include the history of the industrial revolution, resource consumption, and climate change, and she has published on science and rhetoric, evolutionary theory, and the history of ecological […]

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