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College of Arts, Sciences & Education Events

September 16 - October 16, 2019

Monday, September 16

Bioseminar Series: New magnitude of macroalgal blooms:  causes, impacts and challenges

Seminar by Dr. Ligia Collado-Vides (Florida International University) presenting her research on causes and consequences of blooms of Sargassum and other...

Tuesday, September 17

The Washington Center Info session

Are you interested in an internship in Washington, D.C.? Then come to our Washington Center info session! Stop by to meet with our FIU recruiter and learn...

Studying Global Literature: Ethics and Responsibilities

A guided discussion with Dr. Heather E. Blatt. Sigma Tau Delta (the International English Honor Society) invites you to our monthly Round Table Discussion,...

Wednesday, September 18

Put Your Degree to Work: Employability & Psychology Part I

Are you aware that the skills you gain during undergrad will assist you in your future career? Attend our webinar and you will learn ways to articulate...

Lecture: Invertebrates and associated microorganisms of the marine mesophotic zone - a unique source for the discovery of bioactive small molecules with anti-aging activity

Join us for a talk on " Invertebrates and associated microorganisms of the marine mesophotic zone – a unique source for the discovery of bioactive small...

Put Your Degree to Work: Employability & STEM Part I

Are you aware that the skills you gain during undergrad will assist you in your future career? Attend our webinar and you will learn ways to articulate...

Thursday, September 19

Search & Screen Committee Meeting

Florida International University Search & Screen Committee announces a public meeting to which all persons are invited. DATE AND TIME: Thursday, September...

WiCyS 1st General Meeting

We welcome students to our first general meeting! We will be discussing the conference and future events. RSVP at https://bit.ly/2UpTnfw

Friday, September 20

Biscayne Bay Marine Health Summit: The Action Summit

Two years ago, close to 50 representatives of environmental NGOs, government entities, private businesses and educational institutions, joined forces and,...

Stanford Biosciences Summer Research & Graduate Programs Information Session

Stanford Biosciences comprises 14 interdisciplinary home programs. Students pursuing their PhDs in the Biosciences at Stanford are fully funded, including...

Monday, September 23

Bioseminar Series: Coding and reliability in electric fish signals

Seminar by Dr. Phil Stoddard (Department of Biological Sciences, FIU) presenting his research on neuroethology and behavioral ecology of communication in...

Tuesday, September 24

'Talking Black in America' Film Screening and Discussion

The Center for the Humanities in an Urban Environment is hosting a screening and discussion of the film "Talking Black in America." Executive producer Matt...

Wednesday, September 25

Put Your Degree to Work: Employability & Education/Humanities Part I

Are you aware that the skills you gain during undergrad will assist you in your future career? Attend our webinar and you will learn ways to articulate...

Thursday, September 26

Ocean Life Series: Mapping Coral Reef Fisheries on the Florida Reef Tract

This event is free to the public and open to audiences of all ages. Free snacks and drinks for purchase will be available. The event will begin at 6:30 p.m....

Fall 2019 Writers on the Bay featuring Daisy Hernandez

Daisy Hernández is the author of A Cup of Water Under My Bed: A Memoir (Beacon Press) and co-editor of Colonize This! Young Women of Color on Today's...

Friday, September 27

Earth & Environment Graduate Seminar Series: Dean Lyon

Speaker: Dean Lyon, Founder & CEO of Splinter Studios Abstract: Join Dean on his journey through Hollywood as a computer graphics pioneer in film and...

Monday, September 30

Bioseminar series: The art of being small: implications of miniaturisation on insect vision and behavior

Seminar by Dr. Ravindra Palavalli-Nettimi (Department of Biological Sciences, FIU) presenting his research on how being tiny affects vision and behavior in...

Tuesday, October 1

A microRNA-dependent regulatory mechanism that controls the fate of the intestinal stem cell lineage in drosophila

Join us for a talk on "A microRNA-Dependent Regulatory Mechanism that Controls the Fate of the Intestinal Stem Cell Lineage in Drosophila” with Dr. David Van...

Monday, October 7

Bioseminar Series: Expanding basic entomological knowledge using mosquito surveillance bycatch

Seminar by Dr. Lawrence J. Hribar (Florida Keys Mosquito Control District) presenting his entomological discoveries from mosquito surveillance bycatch in...

Tuesday, October 8

Designing Your Future at FIU: Freshman & Sophomores

Do you know what you want to do after you graduate?! Unsure of what to do during your time at FIU to help you prepare? This workshop addresses typical first...

Monday, October 14

Bioseminar series: Parkinson’s disease: Pathogenic mechanisms and therapeutic strategies

Seminar by Dr. Kim Tieu (Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work, FIU) presenting his research on mechanisms of neuronal dysfunction and degeneration...

Tuesday, October 15

Designing Your Future at FIU & Beyond: Juniors & Seniors

Do you feel confident in your future career path? Are you ready for life after graduation? This workshop will assist you with solidifying your...