Chad Moss makes largest donation to FIU by an alumnus

Gift names the Moss School of Construction, Infrastructure and Sustainability Chad Moss, executive vice president of Moss & Associates, announced a $10 million gift through Moss Foundation, Inc. to FIU’s College of Engineering & Computing – the largest donation by an alumnus to date. “Chad Moss has shown incredible vision and entrepreneurship in Miami and across the […]

Alumnus Marcos Garcia ’10 Seeks Justice for All

As a personal injury attorney, Marcos Garcia ’10 defends the innocent and seeks justice for his clients, fighting to ensure they receive compensation for their injuries. Beyond the courtroom, Marcos continues his fight, advocating for the dogs left behind at the Miami-Dade Animal Services (MDAS) shelter. Marcos is compassionate and down-to-earth; he dedicates his time […]

Alumna releases album with Cash Cabin Studio

Alumna Ana Cristina Cash ’10 released her new album, “The Tough Love EP,” this month, recorded at the historic Cash Cabin Studio. A Miami native, Cash (née Alvarez) began her singing career at age 6 and grew up performing on Univision’s Spanish-language variety show “Sábado Gigante.” The daughter of an engineer and a stay-at-home mom […]

The Alumni Association Launches Legacy Program

The Alumni Association launches the Legacy Program to get to know the children and grandchildren (ages 0-16) of our proud alumni! The program will introduce your sons, daughters and grandchildren to FIU and all that our university has to offer at an early age. Once enrolled, your legacies will: Receive gifts on select birthdays Be invited to […]

Thank a Professor!

Send a warm thank you to the professors who made a difference in your life! The FIU Alumni Association has partnered with the Center for the Advancement of Teaching to share the Thank a Professor program with our alumni. Recognize the faculty members who created meaningful classroom experiences, who challenged and motivated you and who […]

Four Alumnae Recognized on Fortune’s List of 50 Most Powerful Latinas of 2017

On Tuesday, Fortune.com released its list of 2017’s 50 Most Powerful Latinas, and four FIU alumnae made the list. From Fortune.com: The 50 Most Powerful Latinas are executives running Fortune 500 companies, large private firms, and a few impressive entrepreneurs leading global companies. The four-criteria used were: the size and importance of the woman’s business […]

Melissa De Varona ’16 makes a difference

Donor Spotlight Melissa De Varona ’16 Paul W Bell Middle School, Future Teacher What do you love most about FIU and your involvement here? FIU made my college experience wonderful because the faculty and staff genuinely care about the student’s success. FIU also has great clubs and Greek life which made my time unforgettable. What […]

Spring Forward in Your Career with these Professional Development Events!

Spring is in full bloom at FIU and so are your opportunities to connect with professionals, meet new colleagues and alumni in our community and beyond. From workshops to webinars to in person events, there is something for everyone this spring at FIU!   Saturday Workshop Series Join us for two interactive professional development workshops! […]

Arvind Parsan ’10, MS ’12 on the importance of giving back

Donor Spotlight Arvind Parsan ’10, MS ’12 Research and Development Engineer, Bolton Medical   What do you love most about FIU and your involvement here? I love the opportunities and diversity at FIU. In FIU you are exposed to so much culture and knowledge. Whatever you have an interest in, there is a place where you […]

Chad Moss ’94 to be recognized as Alumnus of the Year at sixteenth annual Torch Awards Gala

Each spring, the Alumni Association recognizes an outstanding graduate as Alumnus of the Year. This prestigious award is presented to a previous Torch Award winner who has made meaningful contributions to their profession and the community while showing a long-term commitment of time, talent and treasure to FIU. This year, we are thrilled to celebrate […]