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

Students help family displaced by Japan earthquake

Students help family displaced by Japan earthquake

On April 14, Ayato Kaneko, his wife, their 3-year-old daughter and their 7-month-old son packed all they could fit into […]

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Japan’s nuclear crisis: A family’s odyssey

WHAT: Students at Florida International University’s Department of Global and Sociocultural Studies are helping one family displaced by the recent […]

FIU to open Brickell Ave. facility in Fall 2011 with a focus on international leadership

FIU to open Brickell Ave. facility in Fall 2011 with a focus on international leadership

Florida International University announced today that it will expand its presence in Downtown Miami by moving to a new state-of-the-art […]

FIU alumna Carmen Reinhart ’78 to speak at MMC March 21

FIU alumna Carmen Reinhart ’78 to speak at MMC March 21

The School of International and Public Affairs will host on Monday, March 21, Carmen Reinhart ’78, a College of Arts […]

FIU to hold teach-in on crisis in Japan

FIU to hold teach-in on crisis in Japan

Recent tragic events in Japan – a magnitude-9 earthquake, a tsunami and the threat of a nuclear meltdown – have  combined the […]

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FIU Model UN gets it done at Harvard

FIU Model UN gets it done at Harvard

Representing the Republic of India, 24 FIU students participated in this year’s Harvard National Model United Nations (HNMUN) conference in […]

Former Polish President Walesa discusses democracy at FIU

On the same day that popular protests forced Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to step down after almost 30 years in […]

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FIU to host Nobel Prize Laureate Lech Walesa

FIU to host Nobel Prize Laureate Lech Walesa

WHAT: Lech Walesa, famed leader of the Solidarity Movement, Nobel laureate and former president of Poland, will discuss globalization during […]

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 […]