On June 26, a reception was held in the GC Ballrooms to honor Wartzok and his wife, Susan Wartzok, head of Cataloging for FIU Libraries, for their tireless leadership and service to the University.
Executive Vice President Douglas Wartzok
Starting fall 2014, student employees will be limited to 20 hours per week. This cap on student work hours comes after research by the Office of Retention and Graduation Success determined that limited work increases students’ chances of graduating in four years and achieving higher standards of academic performance.
The state’s public universities will now have its state funding scrutinized and re-assessed under a new performance based model recently adopted by the Board of Governors.
Madison Fantozzi/News Director The University’s public opposition of the American Studies Association’s call for an academic boycott of Israel generated much praise from administrators and…
Israeli groups on campus have joined University administrators in opposing the American Studies Association’s resolution for a boycott of Israeli academic institutions–a decision these students…
DeJuan Wright, Jeremy Allen and Phil Taylor were recognized by the Sun Belt Conference by being named to the 2011-2012 All-Conference teams.
In what was described by head coach Isiah Thomas as “a bear,” FIU enters the final half of its four-game, non-conference road trip.