Articles by: Amy Ellis

Author Andrew Solomon signs copies of his book, "Far and Away: Reporting from the Brink of Change."

Author discusses global change, urges students to speak against injustice

“The most dangerous world views are the world views of those who have never viewed the world.” – Alexander von Humboldt […]

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Faculty experts from the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs discuss 2016 election results and what to expect from Donald Trump.

Top 10 takeaways on the 2016 election from faculty experts

  Republican Donald Trump’s surprising victory in the 2016 presidential election this week left pollsters and pundits around the globe […]

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2016 Election Events: Students, faculty analyze election, march to vote

2016 Election Events: Students, faculty analyze election, march to vote

As we’ve all seen in recent weeks, Florida is once again a major battleground state in the U.S. presidential election. […]

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Latino support for Clinton reaches historic high nationally

Latino support for Clinton reaches historic high nationally

Support for Trump drops in days following first presidential debate Support for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton reached an all-time […]

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Majority of Cuban-Americans in Miami oppose U.S. embargo

Majority of Cuban-Americans in Miami oppose U.S. embargo

2016 FIU Cuba Poll also reveals support for increased investment in and travel to the island while Trump is in […]

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Trump support among Latinos reaches new national low

Trump support among Latinos reaches new national low

Miami-Dade support for Trump among the highest in the country  While Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton maintains a strong lead among […]

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Preference for ‘other candidate’ tops support for Trump among Latinos

Preference for ‘other candidate’ tops support for Trump among Latinos

Clinton maintains strong lead in U.S., Florida and Miami-Dade While Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton maintains a strong lead among Hispanic […]

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Cybersecurity certificate program launches this fall

Cybersecurity certificate program launches this fall

With sophisticated hackers targeting everyone from Sony and Target to the Pentagon and State Department, the demand for skilled workers […]

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Green School grad completes online archive of Haitian history

Green School grad completes online archive of Haitian history

Adam Silvia MA ’09 starts work this week at the Library of Congress in D.C. Just a day after he […]

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National Security Advisor Susan Rice delivers the keynote address during the 2016 Spring Commencement ceremony for the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs.

Ambassador Susan Rice tells grads, ‘Your country needs you.’

National Security Advisor urges students to put their “higher education to a higher purpose”   It was clear Ambassador Susan […]

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FIU's Cuban Research Institute and Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center hosted a community conversation on President Obama's historic visit to Cuba.

Obama’s Cuba visit sparks intense debate at community forum

Pedro Freyre remembers well the Havana of his childhood – a time before Castro when the capital of the island […]

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Hacker typing on a laptop

Geopolitical Summit to focus on cybersecurity threats

With major tech companies like Sony, T-Mobile and Microsoft – as well as the White House and other government entities […]

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Israeli ambassador, FIU alumnus discusses UN-Israeli relations

Israeli ambassador, FIU alumnus discusses UN-Israeli relations

Danny Danon, permanent Israeli representative to the United Nations, looked around Rafael Diaz-Balart Hall and said it was good to […]

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Felecia Hatcher of CodeFever founded Black Tech Week last year with her husband, Derick Pearson.

Black Tech Week at BBC to promote diversity in technology

It started as a way to make Black History Month in Miami more impactful – by expanding the conversation around […]

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Internship with Miami Beach leads to full-time job

Internship with Miami Beach leads to full-time job

  Doctoral candidate’s research on sea level rise helped prepare him for city engineering job When Carlos Tamayo started sitting […]

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