Posts tagged with: "Religious Studies"

Student researchers tackle U.S. immigration policy with forum

Student researchers tackle U.S. immigration policy with forum

Three doctoral students in the Department of Global and Sociocultural Studies have organized a half-day public forum on immigration reform […]

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When a boy and the Dalai Lama met

When a boy and the Dalai Lama met

In 1999, FIU welcomed the Dalai Lama as all of South Florida buzzed with excitement over the spiritual leader’s first-ever […]

Ph.D. student studies how political extremists create a following

Ph.D. student studies how political extremists create a following

What themes and symbols allow political extremist movements to create a brand and develop potential followers? This question sparked an […]

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Alumni earn M-DCPS principal, assistant principal of the year honors

Alumni earn M-DCPS principal, assistant principal of the year honors

Two FIU alumni earned top honors from Miami-Dade County Public Schools recently. Manuel Sanchez ’94, MS ’95 of Miami Lakes […]

Editor’s Picks for Best Work

Editor’s Picks for Best Work

By Deborah O’Neil For more than a decade I’ve been having a lot of fun at FIU Magazine. We’ve done some […]

FIU Magazine Editor stepping down after more than a decade

FIU Magazine Editor stepping down after more than a decade

By Dan Grech MFA ’12 Deborah O’Neil’s first cover as editor of FIU Magazine featured His Holiness The Dalai Lama. […]

Saudi Arabian scholars take part in interfaith human rights, ethics symposium

Saudi Arabian scholars take part in interfaith human rights, ethics symposium

By Joel Delgado ’12, MS ’17 The Department of Religious Studies welcomed 15 Saudi Arabian scholars to FIU last week to participate […]

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From left to right: Eliyaim Gonzalez, Aquiles Consuegra,  Natalia Liviero and Professor  Tudor Parfitt.

Studying peace and religion in Berlin

FIU students have spent the summer doing some pretty cool things. You can read about their adventures in our Summer […]

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FIU’s Papua New Guinea documentary airs on WLRN

FIU’s Papua New Guinea documentary airs on WLRN

In a remote jungle of Papua New Guinea a tribe of former cannibals claims to be one of the Lost […]

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Editor’s picks for Best of FIU Magazine 2013

Editor’s picks for Best of FIU Magazine 2013

In 2013, FIU Magazine was filled with stories success and struggle, levity and poignancy, reflection and dreams. We traveled around […]

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TEDxFIU: Exploring religion, genetics & identity

TEDxFIU: Exploring religion, genetics & identity

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On and off the Hill: FIU interns continue to succeed in D.C.

On and off the Hill: FIU interns continue to succeed in D.C.

FIU students continue to prove that they not only have the knowledge and experience to impact the local community, but […]

FIU graduates: ready to make their mark

FIU graduates: ready to make their mark

This fall approximately 4,130 graduates will receive their degrees from FIU. Many of them have already made their mark by […]

Documenting the expedition: Reflections of a filmmaker

Documenting the expedition: Reflections of a filmmaker

FIU filmmaker recounts challenges and rewards of a field assignment in one of the most remote corners of the world. […]

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A life changing journey: student perspectives of Papua New Guinea

A life changing journey: student perspectives of Papua New Guinea

They were a scene in motion, the four of them pinballing through airports and slogging into the muddy backwaters of […]

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