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

Biology doctoral candidate Ross Boucek goes electrofishing for snook in the Everglades.

Students wade through research in the Everglades

Have you ever wondered what the inside of an alligator smells like? Do you know what a symphony of mosquitoes sound […]

FIU launches Executive MPA on Brickell

FIU launches Executive MPA on Brickell

The Department of Public Administration at Florida International University is launching an Executive Master of Public Administration degree at the […]

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Response of MAF upon receiving a PhD, Honoris Causa, at FIU. August 13, 2012

Is Miami a new experience as an American city?  The dominant question about Miami is not about its ever changing […]

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Why we love the Olympics

Why we love the Olympics

In this edition of Campus Voices, FIU News asked International Relations Professor Paul Kowert to reflect on why the Olympic […]

Classes at Strategic Language Institute start July 16

Classes at Strategic Language Institute start July 16

The FIU Strategic Language Institute (SLI) will open its doors this month to students, working professionals and members of the […]

History professor earns Best Book Award

History professor earns Best Book Award

Sherry Johnson, associate professor in the Department of History, has been awarded the prestigious Gordon K. and Sybil Lewis Prize […]

Poli sci student wins reporting trip to Japan

Poli sci student wins reporting trip to Japan

School of International Relations & Public Affairs (SIPA) student Michael Finch II is very, very excited: He is getting his […]

Stewart D'Alessio

Residential burglaries decrease, Criminal Justice study finds

Despite poor economic conditions and high unemployment, residential burglary in the United States has decreased, according to Stewart J. D’Alessio, […]

Faculty profile: Hakan Yilmazkuday

Faculty profile: Hakan Yilmazkuday

This is the seventh article in a series highlighting some of the 124 faculty members who were hired during the […]

Three conferences in 11 days? No problem for FIU Model UN

Three conferences in 11 days? No problem for FIU Model UN

The FIU Model United Nations (MUN) Program recently completed the most intense conference schedule in team history by participating in […]

FIU to be honored for promoting Portuguese language, Brazilian culture

FIU to be honored for promoting Portuguese language, Brazilian culture

FIU will be honored with a Brazilian International Press (BIP) Award as an Outstanding Institution Promoting Portuguese Language at the Amaturo Theater […]

FIU welcomes Dipak Jain

FIU welcomes Dipak Jain

Dipak Jain, chairman of the Jain Education & Research Foundation, received an honorary degree from the College of Arts & […]

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FIU remembers Trayvon Martin, hosts case discussion at BBC

FIU remembers Trayvon Martin, hosts case discussion at BBC

Trayvon Martin, the 17-year-old high school student who was killed Feb. 26 by a neighborhood watch volunteer in Sanford, Fla., […]

The future of Venezuela’s political landscape

An academic discussion about the opposition primaries and the president’s health Two events have reignited the discussion on Venezuelan politics […]

Abdel Perea, '11, at Howard University for the Rangel Fellowship final interviews

FIU alumnus earns Capitol Hill internship experience

Abdel Perera, ‘11, is headed to Capitol Hill in May. The School of International and Public Affairs alumnus has been awarded […]