Stempel students completed more than 178,819 internship hours in 2017-2018.

FIU’s School of Public Health has been ranked in the top 100 public health programs in the country for 2020 by US. News & World Report. Coming in at #78, the ranking represents the first time the school has been ranked.

Cost-effective rides for research participants with UBER Health partnership

A common barrier to participatory research, where individuals are interviewed as part of community-based research, is the participants’ ability to actually arrive at the interview site. Due to transportation issues,...

Dean Guilarte Honored by Rep. Mucarsel-Powell During Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration

Stempel College Dean Tomás R. Guilarte has been honored by U.S. Representative Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, Florida district 26, as part of an event hosted by the congresswoman for Hispanic Heritage Month....

Stempel College Research Team is Perfect in Receiving NIH Grant

A proposal submitted by a team of researchers led by Dean and Professor Dr. Tomás R. Guilarte received a perfect impact score of 10, ranking in the top one percentile of all grants submitted to the National...

Alexandra Briceno, 2019 Alumni Participation Challenge Scholarship Recipient

Alexandra Briceno moved to the United States in 2001 from Venezuela in search of a safe place to grow and prosper. Her family chose Miami because of the potential it offers as the major, cultural, economic and...

$1.3M Grant Awarded to Assess Totality of Adducts Induced by Environmental Exposures

Dr. Marcus S. Cooke, professor in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences, has received a $1,385,828 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for his proposed novel, non-invasive DNA adductomic...