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

My internship consulting for businesses, government agencies

My internship consulting for businesses, government agencies

Name: Michelle Rosario Major: Political science and philosophy Where are you interning? Washington Premier Consulting What is your title? Client […]

One of Carl Juste's photos of a Haitian man wearing a red t-shirt as a mask. Photo courtesy: Carl Juste

Haiti through Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Carl Juste’s eyes

Carl Juste could not silence his inner voice calling him to become a photographer. For the past three decades, Juste has […]

Intern at The Washington Center earns professional growth award

Intern at The Washington Center earns professional growth award

During her final semester at FIU, Natalia Kolbjornsen ’17 faced her fears. Self-described as “a little shy,” Kolbjornsen was a […]

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 […]

A conversation with Cuban art historian Juan Martínez

A conversation with Cuban art historian Juan Martínez

Miami’s Cuban roots run deep. Art offers a rich opportunity to learn more about those roots. FIU Professor Emeritus of […]

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Corporate Information & Technology Intern

My internship with the International Finance Corporation

Name: Cindy Makita Major: International business, Honors College and Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs Where are you […]

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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Professor wins national Word Gap Challenge

Professor wins national Word Gap Challenge

After successfully completing three rounds of competition with more than 100 entries nationally, FIU Linguist Melissa Baralt won the Bridging the […]

Buenos dias, Qingdao: FIU helps bring Spanish language to China

Buenos dias, Qingdao: FIU helps bring Spanish language to China

!Exito! Success! FIU’s Spanish-language program in Qingdao, China, has helped turn students there into standouts. FIU several years ago worked […]

Trump releases budget, possible consequences for FIU

Trump releases budget, possible consequences for FIU

FIU honors the newly appointed Secretary Acosta; President Trump releases his budget proposal for fiscal 2018; the Greater Miami Chamber […]

FIU McNair Scholar graduates at 53, awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

FIU McNair Scholar graduates at 53, awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

  By Isabela Corzo Few would challenge that Claire Scott-Bacon ’16 is an inspiration. Balancing immigration, marriage, divorce and raising two […]

Study on Central American gangs finds rehabilitation possible

Study on Central American gangs finds rehabilitation possible

“Life in the gang is a miserable life. One starves, cries alone and still can’t leave. Anywhere one goes, one […]

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My internship at The Washington Center

My internship at The Washington Center

Name: Jose-Andres Camacho Major: International Relations Where did you intern? I interned at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute in Fall 2016 What did […]

FIU in D.C. during President Trump’s first 100 days

FIU in D.C. during President Trump’s first 100 days

From a fierce healthcare debate to the most executive orders signed at this juncture since President Truman, the Trump Administration’s […]

Mark Medish, a former security advisor to Bill Clinton, speaks at FIU in October 2016. He will return to campus on April 17 to discuss U.S.-Russian relations.

Former Clinton advisor discusses possibility of Cold War 2

Mark Medish is a former special assistant to President Bill Clinton and senior director on the National Security Council for […]

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