FIU Business receives initial gift to establish Butters Endowed Professorship at Hollo School of Real Estate

–By Cynthia Corzo for FIU BizNews FIU Business has received a $250,000 gift from noted developer Malcolm Butters and his wife Catherine Butters to support high-level teaching and research at the Hollo School of Real Estate. This initial gift, plus an additional $250,000 in matching funds, will establish the Butters Endowed Professorship, a $500,000 endowment to […]

El pagnier Hudson to lead FIU’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts

–For FIU News El pagnier Kay “EK” Hudson has been appointed FIU’s first vice provost for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, leading a new division created to address inequities at the university. Hudson, who was also promoted to the position of senior vice president for Human Resources, led FIU’s anti-racism efforts through the Equity Action Initiative […]

FIU Business receives initial gift to establish Butters Endowed Professorship at Hollo School of Real Estate

–By Cynthia Corzo for FIU BizNews FIU Business has received a $250,000 gift from noted developer Malcolm Butters and his wife Catherine Butters to support high-level teaching and research at the Hollo School of Real Estate. This initial gift, plus an additional $250,000 in matching funds, will establish the Butters Endowed Professorship, a $500,000 endowment to […]

UP Labs: Connecting the community with careers

JPMorgan Chase has funded a program that trains the unemployed and underemployed to take skilled jobs in the health care field. –By Gisela Valencia for FIU News Yessica Orellana was searching for a second chance at a fulfilling career. She’d left college in 2013 without earning an associate’s degree and was starting to worry she […]

FIU among the top 100 public universities, according to U.S. News & World Report

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–For FIU News FIU is one of the top 100 public universities in the country, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings. The international business program came in at No. 2 in the nation for the second consecutive year. This is the highest-ranked program of any university in Florida. FIU was ranked […]

El pagnier Hudson to lead FIU’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts

–For FIU News El pagnier Kay “EK” Hudson has been appointed FIU’s first vice provost for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, leading a new division created to address inequities at the university. Hudson, who was also promoted to the position of senior vice president for Human Resources, led FIU’s anti-racism efforts through the Equity Action Initiative […]

President Rosenberg: ‘Homecoming is just a few weeks away!’

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President Mark B. Rosenberg sent the following message to the community on Sept. 14, 2020: Dear FIU family, In just a few weeks, get ready to Pave Your Path during FIU Homecoming Week 2020! While Homecoming will look very different this year, we look forward to a week full of virtual concerts, activities, caravans and other […]

Helios Education Foundation grants FIU $900,000 to support completion scholarships for seniors

Helios Education Foundation has granted Florida International University $900,000 to support students in their final year of university. The grant established the Helios Last Mile Scholarship program, which bolsters seniors by providing gap grants and access to financial wellness coaching. The program is expected to benefit more than 700 FIU students, the first of whom will […]

Pete Markowitz appointed associate dean of Honors College

–For FIU News The Honors College has appointed Pete E.C. Markowitz assistant dean.  Markowitz joined FIU in 1995 as a professor in the Department of Physics. In 2001, he became a faculty fellow at the Honors College where he has taught Freshman Seminar and sophomore courses.  “I have had the privilege of working with Pete for almost 15 years,” says Honors College Dean Juan Carlos Espinosa. “He is […]

Business alumni leverage industry experience, FIU education to shift company focus to include pandemic response

Carlos Duart ’94, MS ’99 and Tina Vidal-Duart ’02, MIB ’04, president and executive vice president, respectively, of CDR Maguire, leveraged their contacts and industry experience to help advise and coordinate relief efforts on a major scale. When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, College of Business alumni Carlos Duart ’94, MS ’99 and Tina Vidal-Duart ’02, […]

President Rosenberg: ‘Welcome to Fall 2020 at our FIU!’

President Rosenberg shared the following message with the university community on August 24, 2020: Dear FIU Family, Welcome to Fall 2020 at our FIU! Whether you’re joining us on campus, learning and working remotely, or a combination of the two, I’m excited to kick off the new academic year! I’m especially thrilled to give a […]

FIU Law dean creates scholarship for first-generation students

The scholarship will support students who are the among the first generation in their families to attend college in their endeavor to earn law degrees. Antony Page, dean of the FIU College of Law, recently made a $200,000 planned gift to the university to establish a scholarship for law students who are among the first generation […]