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

American Council on Education names Patricia L. Price an ACE Fellow

American Council on Education names Patricia L. Price an ACE Fellow

Patricia L. Price, professor of geography in the Department of Global and Sociocultural Studies at FIU, has been named an […]

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Is one of the lost tribes of Israel in Papua New Guinea?

Is one of the lost tribes of Israel in Papua New Guinea?

Religious Studies professor Tudor Parfitt and a few of his students are on a mission. They are visiting the Gogodala […]

FIU experts to discuss Venezuela after Chavez

WHAT: Florida International University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and Latin American and Caribbean Center (LACC) will host a […]

FIU’s Cuban Research Institute to premiere documentary on artist Humberto Calzada

FIU’s Cuban Research Institute to premiere documentary on artist Humberto Calzada

FIU’s Cuban Research Institute (CRI) will present the documentary In Dreams Awake, about the work of Cuban-American painter Humberto Calzada, […]

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Traveling to Papua New Guinea will be, from left, graduate student Sabrina Diz, FIU Magazine Editor Deborah O'Neil, Honors College student Pablo Currea, biology major Keysel Pelaez, education graduate student Olivia Autolino and religious studies major Kyle Decker.

Professor leading students on mission to Papua New Guinea

Professor Tudor Parfitt, the scholar known as the “British Indiana Jones,” was in Australia a decade ago lecturing on the […]

Inaugural poet and alumnus Richard Blanco shares his story with FIU audience

For weeks after Richard Blanco was selected as President Obama’s Inaugural Poet, fear and worry would creep in. Asked to […]

U.S. Army War College visits FIU

U.S. Army War College visits FIU

The Department of Politics and International Relations hosted foreign military officials from the U.S. Army War College Feb. 21. The […]

Museum shares the fascinating stories, contributions of Jews in Florida

Museum shares the fascinating stories, contributions of Jews in Florida

In 1887 Marcus Weinkle’s loving parents buried him alive. That act likely saved the 13-year-old’s life and certainly set in […]

FIU to award Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez with the Medallion of Courage

FIU to award Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez with the Medallion of Courage

FIU’s Cuban Research Institute will host Cuban blogger and independent journalist Yoani Sánchez during her upcoming visit to South Florida. […]

Horatio Alger Scholar rises above abusive childhood

Horatio Alger Scholar rises above abusive childhood

Freshman Whitney “Olivia” Wills overcame great odds before attending FIU – something a major scholarship organization has recognized. Wills, whose […]

FIU to host U.S. Army War College foreign officials

FIU to host U.S. Army War College foreign officials

The Department of Politics and International Relations will host foreign military officials from the U.S. Army War College, Thursday, Feb. 21. […]

Linguistics Program adds festival to annual lecture event

Linguistics Program adds festival to annual lecture event

The Linguistics Program in the Department of English will host the annual “Barbara Gordon Memorial Lecture” and “Festival – Linguistics […]

Project chronicling NYC’s Jewish community yields award for professor

Project chronicling NYC’s Jewish community yields award for professor

In 1861, the United States was teetering on the brink of an internal war that would pit brother against brother […]

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Nuestra Tierra Florida: 500 years after Ponce de León

Nuestra Tierra Florida: 500 years after Ponce de León

Juan Ponce de León served as governor of Puerto Rico for a tumultuous five years. During that time, the native […]

5 things to know for Monday

5 things to know for Monday

Things to Know is your weekly guide to keep you informed and in the know. Just read it and go! […]

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