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

SIPA to host academic discussion about Venezuela’s political future

SIPA to host academic discussion about Venezuela’s political future

Recent events that have ignited global interest in the future of Venezuela’s political landscape will be the topic of discussion […]

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Raphael Garcia outside the White House. He is currently interning at a lobbying firm in D.C.

FIU alumni are Rangel finalists

FIU School of International and Public Affairs alumni, Ernesto Alfonso and Abdel Perrera, are finalists for the 2012 Rangel Program: […]

FIU symposium commemorates 50th anniversary of the end of the Algerian War

FIU symposium commemorates 50th anniversary of the end of the Algerian War

The FIU Department of Modern Languages will host an international symposium, The Legacy of the Algerian War: Between History, Memory […]

Judaic lecture series features ‘Dolphin Boy’ documentary

Judaic lecture series features ‘Dolphin Boy’ documentary

The FIU Judaic Studies Program will host a screening of “Dolphin Boy” at noon Friday, March 9 at Academic Health Center […]

FIU senior wins cultural immersion experience in Germany

FIU senior wins cultural immersion experience in Germany

Timur Kuzibaev, a senior majoring in political science, has received a 2012-2013 Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (CBYX) Program fellowship and will […]

FIU hosting energy industry leaders at two conferences

FIU hosting energy industry leaders at two conferences

As oil drilling begins off the coast of Cuba, prices at the pump threaten to reach record levels and the […]

EU ambassador to discuss world economic crisis at FIU

EU ambassador to discuss world economic crisis at FIU

Ambassador João Vale de Almeida, head of delegation for the European Union (EU) to the United States, will present “Transatlantic Relations […]

Panther Voices: Sentiment toward Cuba embargo changing as community changes

Panther Voices: Sentiment toward Cuba embargo changing as community changes

This week marks 50 years of the United States embargo on all trade with Cuba. Since 1991, FIU has polled […]

Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange final interviews coming to FIU

Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange final interviews coming to FIU

Three Panthers in the running for the 2012-2013 Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (CBYX) program won’t have to travel far for the […]

Geopolitical Summit to host Pulitzer Prize winner Thomas Friedman

Geopolitical Summit to host Pulitzer Prize winner Thomas Friedman

One of the country’s leading thinkers, New York Times foreign affairs columnist Thomas Friedman, headlines this year’s Geopolitical Summit, “Rediscovering […]

Why the whistleblower-journalist relationship matters

Why the whistleblower-journalist relationship matters

As part of its 2012 Hearst Distinguished Lectures Series, the School of Journalism and Mass Communication will present a two-day […]

FIU professors debrief foreign journalists on presidential primaries

FIU professors debrief foreign journalists on presidential primaries

FIU professors from the Department of Politics and International Relations sat down with journalists from across the country on Monday, […]

Election 2012

Election 2012

“Election 2012” is FIU’s election headquarters. Here FIU experts will provide their analysis of the candidates and key issues of the […]

Future Florida senator

Future Florida senator

Political science major Nathaly Pena transcribes her notes at the FIU Bookstore.”I’d love to be a senator for the State […]

International relations student finishes Congressional internship, gains on-Hill experience

International relations student finishes Congressional internship, gains on-Hill experience

Like many FIU students who return from Washington D.C. after completing federal internships, Luis Enrique Pantigoso recently came back from […]