The FIU Jewish Studies Colloquium is a lecture series at the Jewish Museum of Florida – FIU (JMOF) that showcases the remarkable diversity within the field of Jewish Studies. The series, which begins this month, includes a diverse group of speakers from around the world. All events are held at JMOF, 301 Washington Street, Miami Beach.
Nearly 70 percent of Cuban-Americans in Miami-Dade County support the U.S. decision to open diplomatic relations with Cuba and a strong majority (63 percent) oppose the U.S. embargo of the island nation. The results of this year’s FIU Cuba Poll – the longest running research project measuring Cuban-American public opinion – reveal a major shift in Cuban-American attitudes toward U.S.-Cuba relations.
To meet the growing demand for skilled cybersecurity professionals in the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Green School has collaborated with the College of Business and the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy to create an executive certificate program in cybersecurity leadership and strategy. The two-day course, scheduled for October 11-12, will offer two tracks – private and public sector.
Join the Global Jewish Studies Program for its first 'Monday at the Museum' with FIU Professor Emeritus Dr. Nathan Katz.
Join the Initiative for Muslim World Studies for as guest lecturer, Grisel d’Elena, to presents her research on The Marginalization of Buddhist Women and Muslims in Myanmar.
Join the Middle East Studies Program for a lecture by Dr. Samira Alayan as she examines what role, positively or negatively, education has played in the Israeli - Palestinian Conflict. She was also share her latest research on the use of textbooks as conveyors of power and identity in this conflict.
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