With the historic 2016 Presidential election just days away, FIU students, faculty and staff are organizing a series of interactive events designed to encourage students to vote, engage in discussion with political and media experts and participate in post-election analysis with FIU faculty and leaders in Washington, D.C.
Political science student Katheryne Mena was profiled in el Nuevo Herald this weekend for being named winner of the 2016 José Antonio Echeverría scholarship.
This past weekend FIU won Best Small Delegation at Columbia University’s annual Model UN Conference for the third straight year, winning awards in five out of seven committees. The conference was attended by more than 40 colleges and universities and over 400 students. Special congratulations to Kevin Markowski and Jessica Brito who took first place in their committee and to the team’s director, Ethan Roberts, for his exceptional leadership.
Conference featuring experts that examine the Consequences of the Fall: Energy Security, Sustainable Development and Global Warming in the Second Decade of the Twenty-First Century. LACC Director, Frank Mora, moderates panel two. Co-sponsored by the Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center, Department of International Studies and College of Arts and Sciences of the University of Miami, among others. Registration required. For more information, please call (305) 348-2894.
Join the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs' Initiative for Muslim World Studies as we discuss the developing role of Muslims in South Florida.
Join the Department of Politics and International Relations for its Fall 2016 Open House where students can learn about honor societies, study abroad, Pre-Law Advising and Training Office (PLATO) and more. For more information, please call 305-348-2555.
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