Revolutionizing analytical chemistry
An FIU researcher has invented a tiny device designed to sample volatile chemicals in the air, your home, food and even your body.
FIU in the Next Gen: Partnerships
How will FIU deepen its relationship with community leaders to solve problems and bring greater opportunity to students? FIU Magazine speaks with university leaders and educators for insight.
FIU Launches Tropical Conservation Institute
Tiny songbirds given second chance with Tropical Conservation Institute, a newly launched partnership between FIU and the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation.
Program helps minorities pursue doctorates in STEM
The NSF-funded Bridge to the Doctorate program helps minorities pursue graduate degrees in STEM, covering full tuition and providing a $30,000 annual stipend.
Protecting nation’s power grid
A cyber attack on any part of the nation’s power grid could leave millions of people without power, resulting in serious health and safety threats as well as a major economic blow.
FIU leads in offering access, promoting success
FIU's Office of Student Access and Success helps underrepresented minority, low-income and first-generation students find needed support.
Support for FIU’s first generation students
A $1.1 million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Education supports FIU’s first generation student initiatives.
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Director of Development, Frost Art MuseumGiving back is the essence of a better tomorrow. It allows FIU to evolve and offer more opportunities and innovative platforms for students to learn and make an impactful difference in the world.
Director of Development, College of Engineering & ComputingAs we have grown, state and federal support have declined. We need our alumni and partners to help us continue to build the strongest public university in the U.S.
Administrave CoordinatorEvery donation, no matter how big or small, will make a difference in the growth and transformation of FIU, making it only better for the next generations to come.
Executive Director, Human ResourcesFor me, giving is a responsibility. I have been educated, supported, and nurtured by this institution. Giving back provides me with the satisfaction that the next generation of students and alumni will reap the same benefits.
Assistant Vice President of Development“When you build bridges you can keep crossing them.” ― Rick Pitino, Lead to Success
Director of Advancement Relations, College of Arts & Sciences(Giving back) is important because we can't do it alone and FIU serves a huge student population - primarily minorities and many first-generation in their family to attend college. We serve a great need, offering accessible, broad-spanning education and, in turn, empower the thinkers and...
Event Officer I, Donor Relations & StewardshipIt is important to give back to the advancement of FIU because it is a world-class institution that at its young age, has already changed the lives of so many -- not only through our graduates, but through our research and various accomplishments.
AccountantGiving back is important because the continuing success for the university and the future generations.
ControllerIn a world of limited resources, we seek to advance the mission of the University and fulfill the needs of our students through the generosity of our donors.
Administrative Coordinator, CampaignIt's the right thing to do. By giving back to the advancement of FIU and its students, you are contributing to the growth of our community and our children's future.
Student AssistantGiving back is important because we all have so much we can learn from one another and by being such a large community our strength in numbers can really help expedite change.
Administrative Coordinator, Corporate & Foundation RelationsI feel that giving back is important because oftentimes it's the stories of alumni and those involved with the University that help to inspire new students coming in. And with their progress and success, the University can prosper.