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

VIP: Vivian Zumot Dimond ’80

VIP: Vivian Zumot Dimond ’80

Vivian Zumot Dimond ’80 • Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, 1980 • Managing broker and principal, Brown Harris Stevens • […]

Panelists at the "Who is Indigenous?" event, from left to right: Bina Sengar; Vanessa Leon; Candy Hurtado Bonilla; and Janice Bowen.

Forum provides a space for indigenous perspectives on campus, leads the way in scholarship

There are many indigenous studies centers and offices at universities across the country. But the Global Indigenous Forum at FIU […]

Kennedy Villard pitches his business to judges at the third annual GOJA-iChange FIU Social Innovation Challenge on March 27, 2019.

iChange FIU: Student turns parking struggle into $1,000

When Kennedy Villard brought his first car to school in 2017, he was shocked by the parking pandemonium he endured […]

Students explored bold ideas across D.C. this Spring Break

Students explored bold ideas across D.C. this Spring Break

D.C. update: IDEASWeek 2019 opened doors of opportunity for FIU students and sparked conversations on blockchain and the future of […]

11 FIU graduate programs among the top 100 public universities

11 FIU graduate programs among the top 100 public universities

Graduate programs in six FIU colleges are ranked among the top 50 in public universities, according to U.S. News & […]

FIU celebrates its role as a solutions center with members of the 116th Congress

FIU celebrates its role as a solutions center with members of the 116th Congress

On March 5, FIU held a reception welcoming the 116th Congress. Members of the Florida Congressional delegation joined more than […]

Travel grants available to study most comprehensive collection of Cuban, Latin American music in U.S.

Travel grants available to study most comprehensive collection of Cuban, Latin American music in U.S.

The deadline to apply for travel grants to study the Díaz-Ayala Cuban and Latin American Popular Music Collection – the […]

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Holocaust survivor to share his experience

Holocaust survivor to share his experience

FIU’s Holocaust and Genocide Studies Program, together with Hillel at FIU, plans to raise awareness and understanding about the atrocities […]

FIU is becoming the hub of cybersecurity research and education

FIU is becoming the hub of cybersecurity research and education

The growing dependence on technology, combined with the growth of progressively sophisticated hackers and a severe shortage of cybersecurity professionals, […]

Supreme Court confirmation hearing experts

Supreme Court confirmation hearing experts

Experts from FIU are available for media interviews to discuss various issues surrounding the confirmation hearing of Brett M. Kavanaugh […]

Students receive NSF graduate fellowships

Students receive NSF graduate fellowships

At the age of 20, Paloma Tuttle-Vasseur is headed to Harvard with her FIU bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and a […]

Alumna to serve as first female fire chief of Fort Lauderdale

Alumna to serve as first female fire chief of Fort Lauderdale

An FIU alumna has been appointed fire chief of Fort Lauderdale – the first woman to serve in this role […]

State of the Union Experts

State of the Union Experts

President Donald Trump will give his first State of the Union address before Congress on January 30, 2018. FIU has […]

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Professor, student lobby to end child marriage in Florida

Professor, student lobby to end child marriage in Florida

FIU professor Sandy Skelaney and graduate student Allison Sardinas have been making the rounds in Tallahassee on a mission to […]

Advocating for America’s parks

Advocating for America’s parks

For FIU Magazine Jacqueline Crucet MPA ’16 looks over the railing of a pontoon boat meandering past the mangrove-lined shores […]