Florida International University

El pagnier Hudson to lead FIU’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts

El pagnier Kay “EK” Hudson has been appointed FIU’s first vice provost for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, leading a new division created to address...

FIU among the top 100 public universities, according to U.S. News & World Report

FIU is one of the top 100 public universities in the country, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings. The international...

FIU construction management team wins national student competition

FIU’s College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) construction management student team has won the 2020 Associated Builders and Contractors’ (ABC) Construction Management Competition (CMC), beating out 25...

FIU ranked No. 3 for affordability in the Southeast among public universities; No. 18...

FIU is among the top national universities that give back to their communities and country by promoting social mobility, research, and public service, according...

FIU launches new bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity

Starting in the fall of 2020, FIU is offering a bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity that will prepare graduates for careers in a high-demand field. Geared to train...

FIU partners with Google to help train Spanish-speaking entrepreneurs

FIU and Google are hosting a series of free workshops to enhance the digital skills of South Florida’s Spanish-speaking entrepreneurs and help them grow their businesses. FIU’s...

Diversity and equality researcher receives Kopenhaver Center’s 2020 Early-Career Woman Scholar Award

Danielle Kilgo, a researcher, professor and advocate for human rights, has been awarded the seventh annual 2020 Early-Career Woman Scholar Award from the Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver...

Grads get creative to celebrate virtual commencement

More than 4,500 FIU students celebrated summer commencement on Sunday, August 2 and many of them came up with creative ways tocelebrate their special...
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