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Monday, April 15

AI Week

AI Week is the nation's only week-long tech festival dedicated to artificial intelligence and its potential to transform the world we live in. During AI Week...

Because You Lived Exhibition

On view March 11, 2024 through May 6, 2024. Step into the profound and poignant world of "Because You Lived," an exhibition by Karla Kantorovich, MFA '19 and...

Fall: Official registration for degree-seeking students by assigned registration time and day

Fall 2024: Official registration for degree-seeking students by assigned registration time and day

Living With Water Exhibition

Stop by FIU CARTA | Mana Wynwood to witness the creative exploration of bodies of water through the lens of Simone Stark's Tropical Landscapes students in...

Summer A: Official registration for degree-seeking students by assigned registration time and day

Summer A: Official registration for degree-seeking students by assigned registration time and day

Summer B: Official registration for degree-seeking students by assigned registration time and day

Summer B: Official registration for degree-seeking students by assigned registration time and day

Summer C: Official registration for degree-seeking students by assigned registration time and day

Summer C: Official registration for degree-seeking students by assigned registration time and day

Works From The FIU Student Photography Archive 1975 to Present Exhibition

On view from March 4, 2024, through April 19, 2024. Discover some of the treasures of FIU's photographic archives in Works from the FIU Student Photography...

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On loan from the Albay Arts Foundation: War, after the War, gathers works of art by American soldiers posted in the Philippines and the Pacific theater...

Hatian Creole Presentation

As part of the completion process for the Haitian Studies Certificate, Christopher Powers M.D. will give a presentation on April 15, at 10:00 AM via Zoom....

The Leadership Lectures: Kimberly Reed

In this Leadership Lecture, Kimberly Reed, Former Chairman of the Board of Directors, President, and CEO of the Export-Import Bank of the United States will...

FIU-RCMI Group Discussion: Substance Use Research Updates

Join us for an engaging group discussion on the latest substance use research updates from R Lorraine Collins, PhD. Dr. Collins is currently a SUNY...

Parent Club | Parenting Teens: Survival Tips (Free Webinar - English)

In this workshop, parents are introduced to the five core tips for parenting teens with confidence and success. CLICK ON A DATE TO REGISTER Apr 8 | 11...

The Challenges and Rewards of a Career in Academic Research

Join the FIU-RCMI as we welcome R Lorraine Collins, PhD for an interactive presentation, The Challenges and Rewards of a Career in Academic Research. Dr....

FIU Criminal Law Society's Cognitive Bias in Criminal Justice

A lunch and learn with Dr. Maria Shpurik, the Psi Chi Honor Society Chapter Advisor of the FIU Psychology Department.

Organizational Types and Other Considerations For Your Small Business

The Organizational Types For Your Small Business webinar provides an overview of business organizational types and is designed to help participants to...

Parent Club | Getting Teenagers Connected (Free Webinar - English)

In this workshop, parents are introduced to different aspects of teaching their teenagers to develop supportive friendships and become engaged in appropriate...

Being Michelle Movie Screening

Join us in viewing ‘Being Michelle’, an award-winning feature-length documentary film about a deaf woman with autism who survived incarceration and abuse...

Parent Club | Raising Resilient Children (Free Webinar - English)

In this workshop, parents are introduced to six core building blocks for children to manage their feelings and become resilient in dealing with life stress....

Cover of "Jews and India: Mutual Influences over Two Millennia" by Nathan Katz

The Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU invites you to its upcoming lecture Jews and India: Professor Nathan Katz. Jews have lived in India for two thousand years...

Monday, April 15