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"Who hasn't looked at his or her paycheck and imagined how much better life would be with a lot more numbers after that dollar sign?"
"Because of Yelen's invaluable assistance the course is a success! She is a superb teacher and leader in education" - Domitila Fox
Dr. Michel's article “A Comparative Test of Work-Family Conflict Models and Critical Examination of Work-Family Linkages,” was selected as one of the Top 20 nominated articles in the annual competition for the Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research.
Yelen Nunez was a shining star when she represented the State of Florida at the Future Business Leaders National Competition held in Orlando on June 23-26, 2011. Her experience, confidence and passion for teaching earned her first place in the nation in the category “Teaching a Business Course”.
Laurie Shrage, professor of philosophy and director of the Women's Studies Center at FIU, will be spending a year in residence at Princeton's University Center for Human Values. Shrage was awarded a coveted Laurence S. Rockefeller Visiting Fellowship this spring and will begin her year-in-residence this fall.
Drs. Suzanna Rose (Director, SISH), Asia Eaton (Psychology | Women’s Studies), Yesim Darici (Director, Women's Studies Center | Physics ), and Rosemary Hickey-Vargas (Chair, Earth & Environment) have been awarded the National Science Foundation's ADVANCE grant to assist FIU in hiring, retaining, and promoting excellent women scientists and mathematicians.
Researchers working on metacognition, problem solving, decision-making, metamemory and rationality have coined the term “epistemic feeling” to refer to a particular kind of experience that one undergoes when confronted with cognitive tasks. Examples include the feeling of knowing and of forgetting, the feeling of confidence or of uncertainty, the tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon, and others. For more information...