Madrid internship offers a world view of construction industry

Madrid internship offers a world view of construction industry

Global citizens make the best construction managers. Just ask Julio Cuenca, a December 2014 graduate of FIU’s OHL School of Construction Management who landed a job before the ink was dry on his diploma. “It was great,” he says of working for the firm, which has...

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Thanksgiving Dinner with International Students

Thanksgiving Dinner with International Students

This Thanksgiving, the College of Engineering and Computing has something to be thankful for — it was able to share a traditional Thanksgiving dinner with the students of the college’s international Dual Degree Program, International Pipeline Graduate Program, and...

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Construction students excel on strong foundation

Construction students excel on strong foundation

It takes a village to train a well-prepared construction manager. At the OHL School of Construction in FIU’s College of Engineering & Computing, that is exactly what students get: the support of faculty, alumni and community members working together to help them...

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College of Engineering and Computing celebrates 30 years

College of Engineering and Computing celebrates 30 years

The FIU College of Engineering and Computing celebrated 30 years of engineering excellence in 2014. To commemorate the history and achievements of the college, a variety of special events and lectures took place throughout the year to bring together faculty, staff,...

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Research conference gives undergrads a perfect showcase

The racket emanating from the Graham Center recently made one thing clear: research by undergraduates has reached new heights. The investigational work of more than 100 students from two dozen universities led to hours of noisy, thoroughly engrossing discussions on...

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FIU scientists to use tiny particles to fight big diseases

FIU scientists to use tiny particles to fight big diseases

Physicians will tell you: They are not winning the war on ovarian cancer. But FIU researchers are crafting a new weapon for that battle. A group of scientists have combined medicine and advanced nanotechnological engineering to create a smarter, more targeted therapy...

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