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FIU grads to don virtual caps for graduation in May

FIU’s spring class of 2020 will have the opportunity to walk across the online commencement stage next month wearing virtual caps and get a...

Members of FIU community, local food industry donate 6,000 meals to homeless shelters

Members of the FIU community partnered with local restaurants and food distributors to deliver food to local homeless shelters in Miami-Dade County on April...

FIU ventilators added to state resources to treat COVID-19 patients

Florida International University has made 28 ventilators available for efforts to treat the growing number of COVID-19 patients. The ventilators are part of FIU’s...

FIU to open new COVID-19 testing site on Wednesday

As the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise – with South Florida leading the state in confirmed cases – FIU is partnering with...

FIU helps students, community battle cabin fever with virtual classes, events, and tours

Florida International University is helping students and the community stay engaged – and avoid cabin fever – by bringing many of its events and...

FIU Relay for Life: students and survivors team up against cancer

At the age of 21, Hashim Al Abri has had more than 23 surgeries and overcome cancer twice. After four years of being cancer-free,...
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During COVID-19 pandemic, hospitality students and faculty adapt, learn ‘to always be prepared’

Five cameras are focused on Professor John Noble Masi's cutting board while he teaches his lesson for Meat Cookery Week. Students who were supposed to...

Deep-sea shrimp are covered in organs that see light

Many deep-sea creatures have organs all over their bodies that emit light. Now scientists believe these same organs can actually see. The organs, called photophores,...
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Congress should act quickly to save the solar industry

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