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

FIU graduate is first Beng person to receive Ph.D. in U.S.

FIU graduate is first Beng person to receive Ph.D. in U.S.

Bertin Kouadio is used to being first.  A member of the minority Beng people in Côte d’Ivoire, he was the […]

FIU presents ‘Democratization in the Middle East: Charting a Course for America’

WHAT: Under President George W. Bush’s administration, supporting democratization in the Middle East was considered a major foreign policy goal. […]

FIU presents lecture on Turkey’s role in the Middle East and accession efforts into the EU

WHAT: Strategically located at the crossroads of two continents, Turkey plays a unique role in regional and global politics.  Turkey […]

Former prime minister of Jamaica headlining Eric E. Williams Memorial Lecture

Former prime minister of Jamaica headlining Eric E. Williams Memorial Lecture

Portia Simpson Miller, former prime minister of Jamaica, will be speaking at FIU Nov. 6 for the 11th Annual Eric […]

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FIU hosts leading Nazi hunter Efraim Zuroff

WHAT: The Judaic Studies Program in FIU’s School of International and Public Affairs and the Simon Wiesenthal Center will present […]

Renowned photojournalist Alexandra Avakian to speak at FIU

Renowned photojournalist Alexandra Avakian to speak at FIU

The Middle East Studies Program in FIU’s School of International and Public Affairs has invited renowned photojournalist Alexandra Avakian to […]

Renowned Chechen surgeon and humanitarian to speak at FIU

Renowned Chechen surgeon and humanitarian to speak at FIU

Khassan Baiev will share his experiences during both Chechen wars and discuss the nation’s current humanitarian situation. The Middle East […]

FIU commemorates the fall of the Berlin Wall

By Pedro Botta The European Studies Program in the School of International and Public Affairs is commemorating the fall of […]

SIPA receives grant to launch risk management program

The School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) received a $1.6 million grant from the U.S. Agency for International Development […]

African & African Diaspora Studies adds new online undergraduate certificate

The African & African Diaspora Studies Program (AADS) in the School of International and Public Affairs will launch its new […]

FIU establishes exchange agreement with American University in Dubai

By Pedro Botta FIU and the American University in Dubai (AUD), United Arab Emirates, have established an academic exchange agreement […]

Student in the School of International and Public Affairs receives prestigious NIH Fellowship

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded FIU student Francisco Sastre a Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award. […]

Aspiring 12-year-old physicist pursues degree at FIU

This semester, Sky Choi is taking Calculus II, Intermediate Chinese Conversation, Physics with Calculus I, Physics Problem Solving, Physics seminar and Physics laboratory. There’s […]

FIU Middle East Studies Center presents lecture on interfaith dialogue by renowned Islamic studies scholar

WHAT: The Middle East Studies Center of the School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University will present […]

Wisdom of the Andes

Wisdom of the Andes

With the co-sponsorship of LACC, SIPA and the Honors College, students can experience the rich and expressive culture of indigenous Ecuador […]

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