Alumni & Giving

At the Green School, we are driven to find answers to the most vexing issues of our time and to help students reach their full potential as global leaders. We have the infrastructure, resources, and partnerships needed to accomplish this. Now, with the passion and philanthropy of our FIU alumni, family and friends we can move even further toward that goal.

Working together, we will deepen our students’ understanding of the human experience, the connectedness of our shared histories, and the challenges we face as one human family.

Get Involved With Your Alma Mater

Our success is your success. Whether you attended when we were first created or you’re a more recent grad, your involvement as an alum is critical to the success of the Green School. Tell us your story, come meet our current students or hire a Panther. It all starts when you reconnect.

Give Back to the Next Generation

At the Green School, we are dedicated to providing our students with the latest technology, teaching and learning facilities and research opportunities. Your gift will support:

  • Undergraduate research scholarships
  • Graduate Fellowships
  • Endowed professorships to attract top scholars
  • Improved teaching and learning facilities
  • Critical fieldwork for faculty and graduate students
  • Visiting scholars and postdoctoral fellows
  • Study abroad opportunities for undergraduate students

How to Give

The Green School’s cross-sector approach combined with cultural and political learning makes FIU unique in academia today. The Green Family Foundation is proud to be part of the FIU family, which in turn has become part of a true global family.

Kimberly Green, President, Green Family Foundation

Help Make Innovation Possible

The Green School embraces a holistic approach to the study of global and public affairs. We encourage students and faculty to explore connections across disciplines, engage in dialogue across many fields of inquiry and generate policy-relevant research that takes a comprehensive approach to global issues.

Our work is targeted toward eight strategic themes, outlined below. We invite you to explore the many opportunities to give and let us know if you would like to get involved further.


Core Fundraising Areas

  • Migration, Diaspora, and Transient Communities

  • Poverty, Health and Global Inequalities

  • Economic Development, Sustainability, and Environment

  • Religion, Society, and Interfaith Engagement

  • Nationalism, Identity, and Language

  • Human Rights and Democratization

  • Security, Foreign Policy, and Governance

  • Historical Inquiry, Memory and Reconciliation