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

FIU/Miami Herald/El Nuevo Herald poll: Latino voters in Florida still in flux

Cuban-Americans are the only Latino subgroup keeping President Barack Obama from solidly winning the Latino vote in Florida—and potentially carrying […]

Manley and Dumas to speak at Eric Williams Memorial Lecture on Oct. 26

Manley and Dumas to speak at Eric Williams Memorial Lecture on Oct. 26

The 14th Annual Eric E. Williams Memorial Lecture at FIU’s Modesto A. Maidique Campus will take place in the Green […]

@FIU_PIR tweets its way into presidential debate

@FIU_PIR tweets its way into presidential debate

If you’ve ever wondered whether professors can sum up their thoughts in 140 characters or less, tune in to Twitter […]

Model UN delegation named Best Small Delegation twice in two weeks

Model UN delegation named Best Small Delegation twice in two weeks

The FIU Model United Nations (UN) team was named “Best Small Delegation” in two national competitions this month — the […]

The Most Reverend Archbishop Thomas Wenski to speak at FIU

The Most Reverend Archbishop Thomas Wenski to speak at FIU

The Archbishop Thomas Wenski will address FIU students and members of the community about “Spirituality and the Contemporary Roman Catholic […]

The Most Reverend Archbishop Thomas Wenski to speak at FIU

The Most Reverend Archbishop Thomas Wenski to speak at FIU

The Archbishop Thomas Wenski will address FIU students and members of the community about spirituality and the Contemporary Roman Catholic […]

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FIU-UM Consortium hosts panel discussion: The United States and Latin America after Nov. 6

WHAT: A panel discussion focused on the United States and Latin America after the U.S. presidential election will be hosted […]

Alumnus explores Latin American studies at Oxford

Alumnus explores Latin American studies at Oxford

Juan Sebastian Gil ’11, a College of Arts & Sciences alumnus, has embarked on graduate studies and research at the […]

Panel to discuss the Latino vote, results of FIU/‘Miami Herald’/‘El Nuevo Herald’ poll

Panel to discuss the Latino vote, results of FIU/‘Miami Herald’/‘El Nuevo Herald’ poll

FIU political experts will discuss the Latino vote and results of an FIU/The Miami Herald/El Nuevo Herald poll at a […]

Rosenbaum named public administration fellow

Rosenbaum named public administration fellow

FIU Public Administration Professor Allan Rosenbaum has been named a fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA). Rosenbaum, […]

Internships, fellowships help Panthers make their way in the world

Internships, fellowships help Panthers make their way in the world

The FIU family has myriad reasons to feel the pride and chief among them are the university’s students. Recently, nine […]

Madeleine K. Albright’s message of freedom and democracy

Madeleine K. Albright’s message of freedom and democracy

In honor of Czech Republic President Vaclav Havel’s visit to FIU 10 years ago, former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine […]

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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