Astronomy Professor Caroline Simpson provides scientific insight into what may explain the Christmas Star phenomenon.
Physics professor and CWGS director Yesim Darici will receive the Science & Technology Award at the 29th Annual In the Company of Women Awards ceremony and reception on March 8, 2017, at the Coral Gables Country Club. Congratulations!
As the moon reaches full phase Monday, Nov. 14, it will be the closest it’s been to Earth since 1948. There will not be another supermoon like this until 2034.
The Women in STEM Initiative will provide education on the issues faced by women in STEM fields, resources for enhancing their involvement, and will propel the University to succeed in recruitment efforts and applications for available grants that will strengthen both our faculty and our students.
"The physics of a gender gap" feature spotlights Dr. Hazari (and Lock's) article on the underrepresentation of women in physics.
FIU Undergraduate, Jennifer Medina, has just been featured in this week's Astronomy in Color Blog
The Astronomical Society of the Pacific (ASP) has awarded FIU physics professor Caroline Simpson the 2016 Richard H. Emmons Award. The ASP is the largest general astronomy society in the world with members from over 70 nations.
One of the class of 2016 FIU physics' students, Edmundo not only graduated with honors this week, but also is among the three students featured in President Rosenberg's commencement speech as a SISH Worlds Ahead graduate! Congratulations to Edmundo!
Congratulations to Thomas Hentschel and Patrick Ford, this year's School of Integrated Science and Humanity (SISH) undergraduate student scholarship awardees in Physics and Astronomy!