“We are the gateway to Latin America,” says Amir Mirmiran, dean of the College of Engineering and Computing. “Many Latin American students feel like Miami is home to them, and we treat them like they are at home.”
The Miami-Dade County Executive Internship Program offers juniors and seniors in our colleges and universities the opportunity to meet the County’s leadership and get a first-hand look at County government.
Dr. Godavarty was honored for her and her team’s research efforts that have led to multiple inventions of portable, hand-held imaging devices that show early promise in improving the diagnosis of breast cancer and in aiding the pre-screening of sports injuries and other on-site body imaging applications.
Building on the success of its partnership with Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE) in the Dominican Republic, the College of Engineering and Computing launched a Master of Science in Construction Management (MSCM) program in Santo Domingo.
One expert says thieves are stealing and then cloning travel documents, but what’s worse…who they may be passing the pilfered passports to.
Shekhar Bhansali’s life has taken him around the world. From his native India to Australia to Japan and finally the United States. Never one to follow the crowd, Bhansali instead chose a path that would test his ingenuity, show him new ways of approaching problems, and teach him lessons about working with people.
A team of students from FIU’s OHL School of Construction won the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) 12th annual Student Chapter Construction Management Competition during the 2012 ABC EdCon and Expo in San Antonio, Texas.
“It is clear that you are reaching for the stars,” said Rosenberg at the annual event held at the Ronald W. Reagan Presidential House. “You have set high goals and and you have met them. The provost and I want to challenge you to keep it up.”
For the seniors in FIU’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, everything they’ve learned in four years culminates with a single project. Working together in teams, they take on projects that test their knowledge, ingenuity, patience and imagination.
The College of Engineering and Computing took part in the unveiling of the Broadening Participation in STEM Education Act this week on Capitol Hill. College of Engineering and Computing Dean Amir Mirmiran joined bill sponsors Congresswomen Eddie Bernice Johnson (TX)...
The Discovery Lab, created last fall, is aimed at developing products for the marketplace. At the same time, the laboratory provides students with the hands-on experiences they need to solve real-world challenges, develops student-led research opportunities, fosters students’ entrepreneurial skills, and trains a new generation of IT professionals who reflect the diversity of South Florida.
NEXT PROGRAM BEGINS AUGUST 2012. Develop the knowledge and skills you will need to succeed as a construction executive. Earn your MS in one year with our accelerated Saturday-only program combining management best practices with technical construction knowledge.