Dr. Sargisan, as a lead author, has just published an article in the most recent edition of Science Magazine. Collaborating with physicists from the CLAS Collaboration, they have observed something totally new: protons and neutrons that have briefly paired up in the nucleus have higher-average momentum, leaving less for non-paired nucleons.
Dr. Brian Beckford, who obtained his Bachelor's and Master's degree from FIU, is featured in an article in the October edition of Physics Today.
As part of its commitment to improving STEM education, FIU’s STEM Transformation Institute has opened two state-of-the-art active learning classrooms in the new Academic Health Center 5 (AHC-5). Here, students put the textbooks away and tackle scientific challenges with a hands-on approach. The classrooms are the first of several designed to house active learning at a financially sustainable scale. Currently, six STEM courses are taught in AHC-5 with more than 350 students in its first semester
Dr. Markowitz will be featured in the upcoming event of "Science Up Close" at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science on Thursday, October 9th (6-9:30pm)
Daniella Roberts, a senior physics major with a minor in astronomy, has been featured in a newspaper story.
Congratudation to Dr. Richard Bone for receiving this prestigious award.
Dr. Angela Laird was recognized as a Highly Cited Researcher based on Web of Science citations by Thomson Reuters. She is the only person from FIU to be so recognized.
The basis of learning is an interactive classroom with no lecture. You will ......
An international student from Lima, Peru, double majoring in Physics and Mathematics, Farid deservedly won the Fred Hoover Memorial Scholarship recently.