Posts tagged with: "Jose Gabilondo"

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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Experts, advocates to analyze impact of Obama’s visit to Cuba

Experts, advocates to analyze impact of Obama’s visit to Cuba

Debate over President Obama’s historic visit to Cuba this week has been passionate and intense, both among the Cuban-American community […]

FIU Law Professor Jose Gabilondo (left) presents Michael Gillespie (right) of the Center for the Humanities in an Urban Environment with a copy of his latest book.

Law professor gives book earnings to humanities center

To teach is to touch a life forever. Those words could not be any more true for FIU Law Professor […]

DOMA ruling’s impact on the future of gay marriage

DOMA ruling’s impact on the future of gay marriage

In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled June 26 that married same-sex couples were entitled to federal benefits, and […]

The Fiscal Cliff: What you need to know, in plain English

The Fiscal Cliff: What you need to know, in plain English

Before joining the College of Law, Professor José Gabilondo served in the Department of the Treasury’s Office of the Assistant General […]

Working with the news media

Working with the news media

  Provost Douglas Wartzok and Senior Vice President Sandra Gonzalez-Levy hosted a panel discussion this week to explore the benefits […]

Panel to discuss the Latino vote, results of FIU/‘Miami Herald’/‘El Nuevo Herald’ poll

Panel to discuss the Latino vote, results of FIU/‘Miami Herald’/‘El Nuevo Herald’ poll

FIU political experts will discuss the Latino vote and results of an FIU/The Miami Herald/El Nuevo Herald poll at a […]

FIU health care experts

FIU health care experts

Florida International University has several experts available to discuss the Supreme Court ruling on President Obama’s health care law. For […]

College of Law helps improve diversity in legal profession

College of Law helps improve diversity in legal profession

At a time when minority law student numbers are declining, FIU College of Law has launched an innovative pipeline program […]

First in three-part series to discuss America’s policy toward Latin America

WHAT: This is the first event in a three-part series broadly examining the current state of American democracy. The event […]

FIYou profile: Jose Gabilondo

FIYou profile: Jose Gabilondo

Name: José Gabilondo Hometown: Miami/Boston/Santiago de Cuba Job Title/Department: Associate Professor, College of Law Campus: University Park In a nutshell: […]