Biologist DeEtta Mills along with Provost and chemist Kenneth G. Furton lead a unique detection program that deploys specially trained canines to detect laurel wilt before symptoms are visible.
The event’s theme, “Bright minds lighting the way,” highlighted the university’s effort to let faculty know they are appreciated for continuing to inspire students and encourage innovation each year.
FIU's Mastery Math program was mentioned on Phys.org for its new teaching methods, which resulted in double-digit pass rate increases across introductory math courses.
Dr. Pedrag Cudic of FAU and Torrey Pines of IMS will be speaking.
Dr. John Richards will report data from infants from 3 through 12 months of age that shows the development of scalp-recorded event-related-potentials in response to faces and objects, in the brain areas supporting these ERP components, and in the effect of attention on the face processing/brain development.
As part of the current exhibit on "American Women Rebuilding France", the Museum's resident wine expert will do a presentation entitled "Champagne and Poppies in Picardy." The public is welcome.