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

Bertila Soto ’86 named Chief Judge of Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida

Bertila Soto ’86 named Chief Judge of Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida

Judge Bertila Soto ’86 has been appointed Chief Circuit Judge of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida. She is the first […]

Edwidge Danticat to talk about exiles, the arts Feb. 11

Edwidge Danticat to talk about exiles, the arts Feb. 11

Edwidge Danticat will give a talk, “Making Art In Cities of Exile,” Monday, Feb. 11, in Graham Center (GC) 243 […]

Spanish professor appointed to cultural institute in Spain

Spanish professor appointed to cultural institute in Spain

Maida Watson, professor of Spanish in the Department of Modern Languages, has been named contributing member to the La Institución […]

Arts & Sciences names new senior associate dean

Arts & Sciences names new senior associate dean

Meredith A. Newman has been named the senior associate dean for the College of Arts & Sciences. In this new […]

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Jeb Bush to give lecture at MMC Jan. 31

Jeb Bush to give lecture at MMC Jan. 31

Former Governor of Florida Jeb Bush will give a talk Thursday, Jan. 31, in the MARC Pavilion at Modesto A. […]

TEDxFIU in Review: Richard Olson on natural disasters and second cities

TEDxFIU in Review: Richard Olson on natural disasters and second cities

In 2012, the United States saw its second most costly year to insurers, in large part due to natural disasters […]

FIU commemorates Martin Luther King’s life and legacy during 22nd annual celebration

The Office of Multicultural Programs and Services will honor the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. with a month-long celebration […]

FIU experts available to discuss Newtown school shooting

Anibal Gutierrez, Ph.D., BCBA-D Director, Behavior Analysis Autism Research Lab Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology Gutierrez is a Board Certified […]

Counting down the days until December 21, 2012

Counting down the days until December 21, 2012

What if you knew the world were going to end? Next week. On December 21. By now, every Mayanist scholar […]

FIU to graduate thousands ready to make their mark

FIU to graduate thousands ready to make their mark

More than 4,000 students will receive their bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees next week during three days of graduation ceremonies […]

Alumnus organizes Art Basel’s largest art exhibit

This will be THE. BIGGEST. GATOR. EVER. Forty tons. Three stories high and 275 feet long. Three-foot teeth. One eyeball […]

Hearst Lecture Series and Jewish Studies Program to Present New York Times columnist Freedman

 WHAT: The School of Journalism and Mass Communication’s 2012-2013 Hearst Distinguished Lecture Series will present “We Aren’t One Anymore: Jews […]

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Cuban Research Institute to present ‘Music for Martí’

Cuban Research Institute to present ‘Music for Martí’

The Cuban Research Institute at FIU will present “Classically Cuban: Music for Martí,” an anthology of music inspired by Jose […]

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Dipak Jain to discuss spiritual entrepreneurship

Dipak Jain to discuss spiritual entrepreneurship

Dipak Jain, one of the world’s leading figures in business, entrepreneurship, marketing and management, will deliver a lecture entitled “Spiritual […]

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FIU offers first-ever ‘Jews of Asia and Africa’ class

FIU offers first-ever ‘Jews of Asia and Africa’ class

Two of the world’s leading authorities on Eastern Jewish communities will explore the Jewish experience in Asia and Africa in […]

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