China Walker, a recent graduate of the Green School's master's in Disaster Management Program, recently interned with the Miami-Dade County Office of Emergency Management, where she conducted research into best practices, participated in regional training and worked on preparedness briefings with local elected officials, partner agencies and vendors.
World-acclaimed Saudi Arabian female artist Manal AlDowayan is set to unveil her first solo exhibition, "I Am Here," at Rojas + Rubensteen Projects, a contemporary art gallery and community hub in Little River. Comprising photography, installation, and mixed media, the show is a collaboration with the Green School's Initiative for Muslim World Studies and continues through March 26.
Academy Award winning filmmaker Michael Berenbaum, a writer and scholar who oversaw the creation of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. and later led a visual history project of survivor testimony with director Steven Spielberg, is the inaugural Fishman Holocaust Studies Scholar-in-Residence at FIU. Miami physician Lawrence M. Fishman and his wife Suzanne R. Fishman donated $100,000 to the university’s Holocaust Studies Initiative to expand Holocaust education in the region.
Join the Global Jewish Studies Program for a lecture by Patricia Posner.
Join the Program in the Study of Spirituality for a lecture by Integrative Law trailblazer, J. Kim Wright!
Join the Spanish and Mediterranean Studies Program for the TotalBank Distinguished Speaker Series "Mediterranean Modernism: Intercultural Exchange and Aesthetic Development, 1880-1945." This presentation, on the book of the same name, will explore how Modernist movements all across the Mediterranean basin differed from those of other regions.
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