The university’s Office of Global Learning Initiatives, led by Hilary Landorf, recently completed a program review of all academic departments and assigned a Go Global score to each one based on the percentage of professors in each department who attended global learning workshops, the number of global learning courses offered by the department, and average student enrollment.
Assistant Professor of Public Budgeting and Finance in the Department of Public Administration, was featured in an article about states with the highest and lowest tax burdens for 2016.
This summer 1,000 African leaders and entrepreneurs will travel to the U.S. as part of the Department of State’s Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders (YALI). Twenty five of those will live at FIU for six weeks attending an academic and leadership institute focused on public management. This is the third cohort of African Leaders to visit FIU.
This exhibit will feature hundreds of American-Cuban tourist trade products from 1920-1959, including travel brochures, posters, and promotional films that framed Cuba as an escape for wealthy Americans.
Join the Cuban Research Institute for a lecture by Liliana Casanella Cué will analyze a textual corpus of the guaracha to explore how its various models surpass musical fashions to maintain its attachment to the essential characteristics of Cubanness.
Join the Cuban Research Institute for a lecture by Maikel Fariñas Borrego will explore the motivation for urban business people in Cuba to form and join civic associations and the importance they had on the Island.
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