Annie Thomas shares her experience working as an education policy intern at Partners for Each and Every Child in Washington, D.C. this summer. Like many Green School students, Annie found the position through FIU's partnership with The Washington Center, the largest nonprofit academic internship program in the country.
FIU Professor Emeritus of Art History Juan A. Martínez is a leading scholar on Cuban and Cuban-American art. He will be honored at an upcoming conference on Cuban art hosted by the Cuban Research Institute on June 23-24. We sat down with Martínez to learn more about his work and his journey as an art history educator and scholar.
Growing up between the United States and Southern France, Laura Boudon always knew that she would have a career in international relations. In 2000, she became the first woman at FIU to earn a Ph.D. in that field. Today, she is the director at FIU’s Office of Study Abroad and is helping students find opportunities to learn while traveling.
Now entering its 20th year, the Haitian Summer Institute is a six-week program in Miami and Haiti designed for those interested in acquiring basic conversational proficiency in Haitian Creole and students who wish to continue their Haitian Creole Language and Haitian culture training at the intermediate and advanced levels. For more information, please call (305) 348-2894.
The MAGA program prepares students to tackle some of the world’s toughest security challenges including transnational crime, cyber security, human rights, surveillance and intelligence gathering, religious conflict, immigration and refugee flows, global terrorism, business risk and more.
Join FIU in DC for a non-partisan dialogue on how the rise of fake news, talk of alternative facts, and concerns over free speech are shaping the way national media outlets report news. Representatives from across the political spectrum and major media will be represented.
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