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Green School Senior Fellow pens op-ed on America and Europe's shared values


America and Europe share core values and a love of healthy disagreement and debate, but the deeper trans-Atlantic bond lies in a dance between myth and dream set to the rhythm of freedom. Green School Senior Fellow Saif Y. Ishoof wrote this op-ed for the Miami Herald about the importance of the transatlantic relationship to the promotion of freedom and pluralism throughout the globe.

Green School faculty to study the impact of Hurricane Maria on Puerto Rico’s health care system


The National Institutes of Health has awarded professors Mark Padilla, Nelson Varas-Diaz and Kevin Grove, all housed within the Department of Global and Sociocultural Studies, a $423,555 grant to study the massive collapse in Puerto Rico's health care services after Hurricane Maria and how it impacted the lives of those who survived the hurricane but needed medical attention to treat chronic illnesses such as diabetes, cancer and HIV/AIDS.

Director of Gordon Institute pens op-ed on future of cybersecurity for Miami Herald


Brian Fonseca, director of the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy and one of the key organizers of this week's NICE Conference, penned an op-ed in the Miami Herald about the growing demand for cybersecurity skills and what this means for higher education, industry and government leaders.

Upcoming Events

Commanding Right and Forbidding Wrong in the Islamic Republic

11/15/2018 02:00 PM

This lecture will explore the legacy of Khomeini's declarations on "commanding right and forbidding wrong" in the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Gender, Race and Humanization of the Death Penalty in Cuba and the Spanish Domains, 1600s-1900s

11/15/2018 02:00 PM

22nd Interdisciplinary Faculty Colloquium featuring Victor Uribe Uran, professor of history and law and chair of the History Department.

Into Afghanistan: Reflections on War, History and the Persistence of Art

11/15/2018 06:30 PM

Join the Green School for a special presentation and reception marking the closing of the exhibition “Turquoise Mountain: Artists Transforming Afghanistan.” Ana Menéndez, co-director of the FIU/Miami-Dade College program The Humanities Edge, will share her experiences as a journalist traveling through Afghanistan in 1998, when the Taliban were at the height of their power, and crumpled Soviet tanks still littered the countryside.

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