Posts tagged with: "Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs"

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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Future transfer students explore the humanities while learning about campus

Future transfer students explore the humanities while learning about campus

Students gazed at hand-made, turquoise-colored bowls. They stared at a necklace set with Afghan lapiz lazuli stone. And they watched […]

Former president of Costa Rica becomes visiting scholar, discusses future of the Americas

Former president of Costa Rica becomes visiting scholar, discusses future of the Americas

Getting to learn from a professor who is also the former president of a country can sound like a far-fetched […]

FIU to host annual conference focused on cybersecurity workforce outreach

FIU to host annual conference focused on cybersecurity workforce outreach

Our homes and smart devices, banking information and medical records, and the nation’s power grids and election systems all face […]

Linguistics professor Melissa Baralt leads a professional workshop as part of LACC's Title VI grant.

Latin American and Caribbean Center earns national designation — again

The U.S. Department of Education award includes a grant of more than $2 million The Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean […]

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Record number of students landed D.C. summer internships

Record number of students landed D.C. summer internships

As summer came to a close, FIU in Washington, D.C. bid farewell to a record-breaking number of interns. Sixty-three students […]

Marcus Frias at the Russel Senate Office Building

My internship with Sen. Charles E. Schumer

Name: Marcus A. Frias Hometown: I was born in the Bronx, New York, but have lived in seven different states. […]

Road to FIU ’22: Alex Anacki

Road to FIU ’22: Alex Anacki

Leading up to the start of the fall semester, FIU News will be highlighting standout members of the Class of […]

From Tango to politics: My summer exploring Argentina

From Tango to politics: My summer exploring Argentina

This article is part of our Summer Sojourns 2018 series highlighting the summer adventures of FIU students. Earlier this summer, […]

FIU celebrates Preeminent Programs 

FIU celebrates Preeminent Programs 

It takes a lot of work by a lot of people to keep FIU a top-tier research institution. On a […]

Karis took part in a panel on human trafficking at the Together for Freedom event in Fort Lauderdale.

Alumna’s life mission: to spread awareness about human trafficking

When Karis Williams was only 15 years old she watched a human trafficking documentary that changed her life and gave […]

Anthropology professor guest edits special Miami issue of ‘Latino Studies’

Anthropology professor guest edits special Miami issue of ‘Latino Studies’

According to the latest U.S. census, nearly 70 percent of Miami-Dade County residents are Hispanic or Latino. Miami is one […]

Members of the Puerto Rico Alliance of Florida with Mayor Maurice A. Ferre

Symposium raises funds for FIU Puerto Rican students, reveals results of study

More than 300 national advocates, elected officials, stakeholders, journalists and prominent members of the Puerto Rican community came together to […]

My internship with United Way Worldwide

My internship with United Way Worldwide

Name: Alexandra Thulin Hometown: Miami, FL What is your major? Master of Arts in Global Affairs Where are you interning? […]

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Former Turkish diplomat researching Venezuelan foreign policy at FIU

Former Turkish diplomat researching Venezuelan foreign policy at FIU

Graduate student spent two years stationed at the Turkish Embassy in Caracas Before becoming a Ph.D. student in international relations […]