Dr. Viswesvaran, FIU psychology professor, was ranked 13th overall for the number of times his works were cited in textbooks that are the mainstays of industrial and organizational psychology courses.
Professors Zahra Hazari, Geoff Potvin and Laird Kramer will lead a nationwide STEM education initiative that will be centered around 16,000 high school teachers recruiting female students to pursue a physics major in college.
Armed with a National Science Foundation grant, FIU researchers Zahra Hazari, Geoff Potvin and Laird Kramer are leading a pilot program to encourage more women to pursue careers in physics.
Roxcy O’Neal Bolton, the founding mother of Florida’s modern feminist movement and a rambunctious, feather-ruffling presence on its civic and political landscape, died Wednesday,May 17, in the city she championed and challenged for almost five decades. She was 90.
Worlds Ahead biochemistry Ph.D. graduate Jill Beaver has been awarded an AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowship at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
At the 2017 Florida Annual Meeting and Exposition, Dr. Francisco Fernandez-Lima was one of the three Emerging Young Investigators of the American Chemical Society that were highlighted.
In a study, conducted by FIU post-doctoral researcher Justyna P. Zwolak and alumnus Remy Dou, suggests increasing the interactions among students in introductory science courses may hold the key to increasing the number of STEM graduates.
Provost Kenneth Furton uses his forensic expertise in scent detection for contemporary art exhibit at New York City’s Guggenheim Museum.
FIU physicists Prem Chapagain, Bernard Gerstman and recent Worlds Ahead Graduate Jeevan GC focus on the molecular biophysics of a new class of proteins known as “Transformer” proteins.
This semester SISH is proud to announce our Worlds Ahead Graduates, Alexandra Mosser, Robert Wood, Jeevan GC and Joel Greenup. Congratulations, you are truly, Worlds Ahead!