FIU climbs 17 spots in U.S. News rankings

FIU climbs 17 spots in U.S. News rankings

The FIU and South Florida communities on Monday celebrated the university’s rapid explosion on the national stage. In a year that more than any other has garnered wide recognition, unprecedented exposure and heightened prestige for the less-than-50-year-old urban...

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FIU ranks first among Florida public universities

FIU ranks first among Florida public universities

FIU has earned the highest score among public universities in the state according to the Florida Board of Governors performance-based funding scores announced today. In Florida, state universities are evaluated on key metrics including four-year graduation rate,...

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FIU breaks ground on $48M engineering complex

FIU breaks ground on $48M engineering complex

FIU is expanding its College of Engineering and Computing with a 125,000 square-foot, six-story building that will house makerspace labs, active learning classrooms and research laboratories at Modesto A. Maidique Campus. On Thursday, the university held a...

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Environmental engineering grad transforms former landfills

Environmental engineering grad transforms former landfills

A native of India, Somshekhar (Som) Kundral witnessed industrial waste turning lakes in his hometown toxic. It was then that he decided to transition from a civil engineer to an environmental engineer. Today, Kundral is an integral part of the design, construction and...

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It all started with my internship

It all started with my internship

“Invest in building your network. Whether you’re starting off your career or looking for internships, networking is key.” It’s a piece of advice that proves to be true year after year – building your network is key to finding your dream internship and job upon...

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Digital attacks fuel the need for network security experts

Digital attacks fuel the need for network security experts

Cyberattacks are surging in all categories of the digital sphere and are likely to become more frequent and damaging, says Alexander Perez-Pons, associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. With high profile attacks on network...

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