Members of the University community traveled together in a shuttle to show support the acquisition of the fairgrounds at the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners meeting.
Fueled by the University’s “inability to meet the demands of the diverse student body’s academic interests and research needs,” words taken from a Student…
The University received $10 million from the state to help move the Youth Fair, but a poll shows mixed feelings among voters.
The University Police Department hosted a Crisis Intervention Team course, a 40-hour training to help officers recognize signs of mental illness in a crisis so that they know how to manage the situation without an arrest.
Miami’s new policies to the homeless makes their already difficult living conditions all the more difficult.
In the Senate’s last meeting of the academic year it passed its final piece of legislation 19-1: a bill supporting the University’s efforts to obtain the fairgrounds.
Fernando Figueredo, Miami-Dade County’s director of communications and external affairs, will return to FIU as the new director of Career Services.
As Miami suits up for eMerge Americas, FIU is preparing for all things tech — recruiting student volunteers for its own pavillion that will showcase University innovations and its new Small Business Development Complex.
The Black Law Student Lawyers Association’s board of directors unanimously decided to rename itself the H.T. Smith Black Laws Students Association in honor of the College of Law professor.
Students and staff looking to pinch a few pennies on the hunt for computers and software won’t have to travel far.