Ever wonder what it would be like to get one of the most distinguished professionals in your field to give you advice on a project? For a group of students, this dream came true recently. World Bank Chief Economist for Latin America and the Caribbean Carlos Végh visited FIU last month for a public talk and met with students studying economics, international relations, public administration and Latin American and Caribbean studies.
The first floor of SIPA bustled with lively conversation during the opening of its newest exhibition, "Turquoise Mountain: Artists Transforming Afghanistan." Dozens of spectators were treated to the sounds of live traditional Afghan music while feasting their eyes on the vibrant pottery, jewelry and woodwork created by the Afghan artisans on display.
Over the weekend, the Green School received an award for its Homecoming Decorations, placing first in its category. We will be sharing photos here so stay tuned!
Join the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy in partnership with the College of Engineering and Computing for the second in a series of cybersecurity workshops designed to protect students from the increasing threat of cyber attacks. Cybersecurity: Internet of Things introduces students to the world of IoT and how current and emerging technologies can pose a risk to your privacy, and provides basic steps to ensure that your day-to-day devices are secure.
The Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy in partnership with the Division of Information Technology is offering this workshop, which examines the most prevailing cybersecurity threats and introduces students to the proper cyber hygiene necessary to maintaining a healthy digital lifestyle. Students that complete this workshop will receive a Student Development Badge from FIU.
Lecture on "An update on the Catalonia Crisis" by Dr. Joaquin Roy.
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