Innovation and groundbreaking discoveries are the result of decades of dedication and hard work. An opportunity to pursue a particular research topic for several years is often lifechanging. Now, five early-career FIU scientists are getting the chance with support from one of the National Science Foundation’s most competitive, prestigious programs. Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) awards are reserved for young faculty poised to be role models in research and education. Meet these NSF CAREER awardees Trina Fletcher, Bruk Berhane, Darryl Dickerson, Ahmed Ibrahim and Amal Elawady.
FIU Discovery can help you optimize your digital presence and reduce the amount of time spent maintaining the same scholarly productivity data across various platforms within and beyond FIU, such as ORCID, Panther180 and ScienCV. The platform is being rolled out as part of the Faculty Success Initiative, a University-wide effort that stives to promote faculty success in finding collaborators, communicating impact, and reducing burden by automating high-quality information to various digital touchpoints.
The Member States of the United Nations adopted the Sustainable Development Goals by General Assembly in September 2015. The aim of these goals is to end all forms of poverty, fighting inequalities and tackling climate change while ensuring that no one is left behind. Click on a goal to the right to discover how FIU researchers and their work are contributing towards these goals.