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The Psychedelic Renaissance course encourages student in service and research

Brittany Torres Rivera Feature, Research

Honors College biology student Delanie Perez is currently researching the largest long-term study of brain development and child health in the nation – adolescent brain cognitive development. Perez’s interest in neurocognitive and mental health disorders grew with the help of the Honors course, The Psychedelic Renaissance, taught by Professor Joseph Lichter during Spring 2021. The course explores the recent interest …

Research Fellowship Opportunity with U.S. Department of Energy

lopezjc Deadlines, Research

Dear Honors College students, The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management (DOE-EM) and Florida International University’s (FIU) Applied Research Center is offering a research fellowship program for undergraduate students who plan to enter the Department of Energy (DOE) workforce.  This fellowship program includes but is not limited to: Paid Summer Internship(s) (10 weeks) at DOE sites Paid 20 …

Deadline Extended for ARCH 2017-2018

lopezjc Deadlines, Feature, Research

The deadline for ARCH 2017-2018 has been extended to August 18, 2017. The ARCH program provides opportunities for Honors College students to engage in supervised research and creative projects under the supervision of FIU faculty experts from all academic areas. You can complete the ARCH registration form by clicking here. Guidelines for the ARCH Program: Students must be currently enrolled …