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

FIU to host teach-in on Egypt

FIU to host teach-in on Egypt

The School of International and Public Affairs will host a teach-in Monday, Feb. 7, to discuss the current state of […]

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Ambassador details his hope for peace in Israel

Israel Ambassador to the United States Michael Oren believes peace can come to Israel in the not-so-distant future, possibly in […]

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FIU remembers the Haiti earthquake: One year later

On the first anniversary of the devastating earthquake that ravaged Haiti, Florida International University will host its fourth teach-in focused […]

Rose named director of School of Integrated Science and Humanity

Rose named director of School of Integrated Science and Humanity

Suzanna Rose, senior associate dean in the College of Arts & Sciences, has been named the director of the School […]

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FIU Geopolitical Summit comes to a close, encourages discussion

FIU Geopolitical Summit comes to a close, encourages discussion

The politics of environmental policy, the impact of health care reform and the global challenges of poverty were among the […]

Test drive the Chevrolet Volt at FIU

The Global Energy Security Forum in FIU’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), in collaboration with General Motors, is […]

FIU to host one-day conference on natural gas and renewable energy

Concerns about climate change and energy security have converged to boost the development of alternative and renewable fuels that can […]

U.S. Ambassador to Haiti: much work is needed to rebuild the country

U.S. Ambassador to Haiti: much work is needed to rebuild the country

The United States ambassador to Haiti delivered some sobering statistics as he spoke to a crowded auditorium on Sept. 13 […]

U.S. Ambassador to Haiti to speak on reconstruction

MIAMI – As part of Florida International University’s long-term commitment to Haiti’s recovery, the University’s School of International and Public […]

New FIU-UM Consortium receives coveted grant, designation as National Resource Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies

MIAMI – The U.S. Department of Education has awarded a $1 million Title VI National Resource Center grant to Florida […]

Japanese ambassador addresses students during FIU visit

Japanese ambassador addresses students during FIU visit

Japan’s Ambassador to the United States Ichiro Fujisaki presented a handwritten cipher to a standing-room only crowd of FIU faculty […]

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FIU’s first study abroad program in West Africa a success

FIU’s first study abroad program in West Africa a success

Twelve FIU undergraduate and graduate students led by Professor Jean Rahier, director of the African & African Diaspora Studies Program […]

Hope for Haiti

Hope for Haiti

FIU focuses on long-term solutions for Haiti’s future HEALTH FIU physician Dr. Pilar Martin has made numerous trips to Haiti, […]

Professor explores political consequences of disasters

Why is it that some governments or administrations emerge from disasters more popular and politically stronger, while most appear to […]

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Marr Appointed to U.S.-Japan Network for the Future

Marr Appointed to U.S.-Japan Network for the Future

FIU faculty member Matthew Marr has been selected to attend the meeting of the U.S.-Japan Network for the Future this […]