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Undergrad studies Arabic in Morocco on Boren Scholarship


his story is part of an occasional series that looks to highlight the benefits students derive from studying abroad and internships. FIU students are encouraged to seek out these opportunities by working with FIU’s Study Abroad Office and Career Services as well as professors and mentors. International Relations major Dayra Carvajal is currently on a prestigious, $20,000 Boren scholarship in Morocco studying Arabic for a year. Below she reflects on her experience studying abroad.

The Green School: January Highlights and Upcoming Events


The Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs publishes a monthly newsletter that features highlights and upcoming events from its various departments, centers, institutes and programs.

The United States and Colombia: From Security Partners to Global Partners in Peace


The Green School's Frank O. Mora, Director of the Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center and Brian Fonseca, Director of the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy, Jonathan D. Rosen, Research Scientist at the Gordon Institute, along with Dan Restrepo, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress were featured in a recent article for the Center for American Press.

Upcoming Events

Career Fair - Spring 2016

02/11/2016 10:00 AM

Hey Panthers! We are FIVE weeks away from our Spring 2016 Career Fair at MMC! We are excited to be bringing you TWO DAYS of Career Fairs! Make sure to plan to attend Thursday, February 11th AND/OR Friday, February 12th from 10am - 2pm in the GC Ballrooms! Meet with companies looking to hire FIU students and alumni. Professional Attire, Resumes and Panther ID numbers are REQUIRED. See you there!

The Cultural Identities of Cuban-American Youth: Language, Literature, Music, and the Arts

02/12/2016 02:00 PM

Join the Cuban Research Institute for this panel that will bring together several experts from different disciplines to examine various aspects of the emerging cultural identities of second-generation Cubans in the United States.

The Changing Character of Rebel Fragmentation in Civil War

02/12/2016 02:00 PM

Join the Green School for a lecture by Dr. Will Reno on "The Changing Character of Rebel Fragmentation in Civil War." He will present his field research and data, acquired from Somalia and Iraq, on the ideological strains that rebel group leaders and recruits encounter.

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