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Green School students named Worlds Ahead Graduates for Fall 2017 Commencement

12/08/2017

Meet soccer player Pasquale Giovine and Asian Studies major Margarita Rentis - two outstanding Green School students who never quit on their dreams and proved that perseverance, hard work and heart pay off.

Russia expert named senior fellow at FIU’s Green School

12/07/2017

Regularly quoted in national and international media on U.S.-Russia relations, David Kramer recently published his first book, Back to Containment: Dealing with Putin’s Regime, detailing the post-Soviet era dynamics that brought Vladimir Putin to power. He will discuss his book and Putin’s threat to the U.S. at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday at Books & Books in Coral Gables.

Professor earns top FIU faculty award, starts fund for student research

12/05/2017

After working in international public administration and analyzing government for over 20 years, Allan Rosenbaum started to wonder what was next. He came to FIU to work with students in 1988 and has been changing lives ever since. Because of his dedication to students and higher education, Rosenbaum, a public administration professor and director of the Institute for Public Management and Community Service, was recently awarded The President’s Council Worlds Ahead Faculty Award.

Upcoming Events

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Miami Cybersecurity Conference

12/14/2017 08:30 AM

FIU, the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce will host the Miami Cybersecurity Conference bringing together top experts both locally and nationally from government, law enforcement and the private sector to help business leaders develop, evaluate and strengthen their cybersecurity programs.

Japan Immersion Day

12/18/2017 10:00 AM

The workshops this year include: Japanese Game Show, calligraphy, chopstick decoration/hachimaki making, kimono try-on, traditional Japanese entertainment (games), martial arts - Aikido and much more. Non-refundable fee of $15 includes Japanese lunch, supplies and handouts.

Burdens of War: Creating the United States Veterans Health System

01/14/2018 04:00 PM

In the World War I era, veterans fought for a unique right: access to government-sponsored health care. In the process, they helped build a pillar of American social policy. Join author Jessica L. Adler for a discussion about the origins of the United States’ largest integrated health care system.

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