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Green School students explore bold ideas in D.C.


Students from the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy were among 100 FIU students who visited Talent Lab at FIU in Washington, D.C., exploring career opportunities and the biggest ideas in government, industry and technology. They toured federal agencies like the Securities and Exchange Commission and the CIA, think tanks such as New America, and the D.C. offices of major companies. For the tenth year in a row, the Gordon institute co-sponsored an interactive war gaming exercise.

Gender wage gap persists in Miami-Dade County, report finds


Green School researcher Maria Ilcheva, the assistant director of the Metropolitan Center, wrote an op-ed reflecting on Women’s History Month and the state of gender equality in Miami-Dade County. In this piece, she shares findings from the Metropolitan Center's 2019 annual report tracking the status of women and the gender wage gap.

Green School graduate programs rank among top 100 in public universities


The Department of Public Policy and Administration's Ph.D. in public affairs was ranked 52nd and the public finance and budgeting program was ranked 22nd among public universities. Congratulations to our outstanding faculty, staff and students!

Upcoming Events

An Islamic Refutation of Monism: Why There is More Than One Thing in Existence

03/25/2019 02:00 PM

Join the Department of Religious Studies for a conversation that will analyze the distinction between perception and reality. Is reality different to what we perceive? We perceive a world of multiplicity, yet throughout history there have been philosophical arguments made to propose there is only one single reality in existence.Rosabel Ansari will explore this debate.

The Revolution from Within: Cuba, 1959–1980

03/25/2019 06:30 PM

This volume, edited by Drs. Michael J. Bustamante and Jennifer L. Lambe, brings together new historical research with comparative and methodological reflections on the challenges of writing about the Cuban Revolution.

Reciprocity and Cultural Relativity as Life Lessons Learned from Indigenous Peoples

03/26/2019 06:00 PM

FIU Indigenous workshop to discuss ways of succeeding in academia while building respectful and ethical relationships with Indigenous communities.

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