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

Paula Mora turned her extensive internship experience as an undergraduate in international relations into a first job with the World Bank in Washington, D.C.

Got my first job! Working at the World Bank in D.C.

In this series, recent grads share their journey to landing that first professional job out of college. After years of […]

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VIP: Vivian Zumot Dimond ’80

VIP: Vivian Zumot Dimond ’80

Vivian Zumot Dimond ’80 • Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, 1980 • Managing broker and principal, Brown Harris Stevens • […]

FIU President Mark B. Rosenberg welcomes the Colombian community and other attendees to “PorColference 2019”.

Colombian leaders urge unity, action at PorColference

By Maria Pinero Every year, PorColombia – the largest organization of Colombian students and professionals in the United States – […]

Panelists (left to right: Cheryl Little, Juan Carlos Gómez, Martha Vallejo and Michelle Marie Ortiz) discuss the effects of immigration policies on family separation.

Assessing the impact of the family separation crisis

By Maria Pinero For more than two decades, Americans for Immigrant Justice (AI Justice) has fought for the rights of […]

History professor Jessica Adler and a group of former service members visited the galleries and library of the Wolfsonian-FIU Museum, where they viewed artwork, propaganda, and other visual arts related to World War I and World War II. Photo credit:  Wolfsonian-FIU Museum

Veterans’ perspectives, and the great task remaining

As part of an op-ed series, FIU News shares the expertise and diverse perspectives of members of the university community. In […]

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History alumnus Henry "Hank" Voegtle presents Trevor Bryant, the first recipient of his newly created fellowship, with the award.

Alumnus creates first fellowship endowment in history

Henry “Hank” Voegtle graduated with a history degree in 1974, when FIU only had five history professors. Since then, the […]

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Professor to lead independent electoral observations in Guatemala

Professor to lead independent electoral observations in Guatemala

Former Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solís Rivera selected to head OAS electoral mission   Former Costa Rican President and FIU […]

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Kate Yglesias Houghton '06 teaches a course with the FIU Honors College, titled: The Cancer Wars.

Tackling cancer in the classroom

As part of an op-ed series, FIU News shares the expertise and diverse perspectives of members of the university community. In […]

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The School of International and Public Affairs building boasts South Florida’s largest green roof and and photovoltaic solar panels.

The Humanities Edge awards first research grants to Green School projects

Sociology professor Matthew Marr knows just how critical proximity to social and public health services can be in a neighborhood […]

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Photo courtesy of United Way of West Alabama

Pediatricians should encourage parents to use their home language with their children, says researcher

As part of an op-ed series, FIU News shares the expertise and diverse perspectives of members of the university community. In […]

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Students explored bold ideas across D.C. this Spring Break

Students explored bold ideas across D.C. this Spring Break

D.C. update: IDEASWeek 2019 opened doors of opportunity for FIU students and sparked conversations on blockchain and the future of […]

Gender wage gap persists in Miami-Dade County, report finds

Gender wage gap persists in Miami-Dade County, report finds

As part of an op-ed series, FIU News shares the expertise and diverse perspectives of members of the university community. In […]

11 FIU graduate programs among the top 100 public universities

11 FIU graduate programs among the top 100 public universities

Graduate programs in six FIU colleges are ranked among the top 50 in public universities, according to U.S. News & […]

Travel grants available to study most comprehensive collection of Cuban, Latin American music in U.S.

Travel grants available to study most comprehensive collection of Cuban, Latin American music in U.S.

The deadline to apply for travel grants to study the Díaz-Ayala Cuban and Latin American Popular Music Collection – the […]

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Auschwitz survivor donates to Holocaust studies program

Auschwitz survivor donates to Holocaust studies program

Auschwitz survivor and renowned Miami developer Tibor Hollo believes the Holocaust is being forgotten. It all started with a conversation […]

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