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What does FIU stand for?

FIU stands for Florida International University

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Bernice Braid Long Island University-Brooklyn Clarence Christian Southwest Tennessee Community College William Daniel Winthrop University Elaine Eff State of Maryland Folklore Office Devon Graham Florida International University Ada Long University of Alabama at Birmingham Karen Lyons University of Nebraska-Lincoln Peter Machonis Florida International University Lillian Mayberry University of Texas-El Paso Dail Mullins University of Alabama at Birmingham Ann Raia College of New Rochelle Jim Ruebel Ball State University Robert Strikwerda Indiana University Kokomo Shirley Forbes Thomas John Brown University Matthew S.
Anderson, who most recently served as the Ryder Eminent Scholar Chair and professor of real estate/finance at Florida International University (FIU), will be responsible for managing CNL's real estate/macroeconomics research team, overseeing due diligence on investment opportunities and contributing to the company's strategy and new product development efforts.
Jack Parker, a Florida International University professor and a pioneer in research on energy conservation through appropriate tree planting, has said the direct impact of planting shade trees is great.
Organized by Florida International University and the Florida Dance Festival, the event will offer graduate and undergrad college courses, technique classes, panels and performances June 25 to July 1 in Miami's New World School of the Arts and the Colony Theater in Miami Beach.
Local sponsors such as MetroDade Department of Environmental Resources Management, Peoples Gas, and Hi-Rise Recycling, and local non-profits and schools, including Citizens for a Better South Florida, Florida International University, Trees for Dade, Tropical Audubon Society, the Interfaith Coalition for the Andrew Recovery Effort, Sierra Club, and Ransom Everglades Middle School, are all working together to help coordinate this exceptional event.