Growing up, William Baldarrago, Jr. was the kid who’d bounce off the walls, interrupt other students and his teachers and struggle with paying attention in class. In the third grade, Baldarrago was diagnosed with ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder). From... In 1952, a young Italian couple set voyage to Argentina in a cramped ship to flee the devastation of World War II. Sixty-four years later, Silvina Di Pietro is working on a project to remediate problems caused by the very same war her grandparents fled. Read more in... Karina Quintana earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering with a concentration in communication systems from FIU’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Karina’s first job after graduation was a flight test engineering... After several years of living in the United States, Andonov launched his own company, Assen Aeronautics, and, with the help of FIU students, the Assen A1 flying hover bike. The Assen A1 bike weighs 100 pounds and can potentially fly up to 10,000 feet. It is... School’s out for summer! Almost. That means kids (and their parents) are getting ready to dive into summer fun and find the perfect summer camp. FIU offers many summer camps for your kids including the Parent/Child Bridge Engineering Summer Camp, the Miami PREP Summer... The College of Engineering and Computing welcomed over 1,600 K-12 students to its annual Engineering Expo. The event introduces students to STEM and sparks an interest in them to pursue engineering careers.