By collaborating with community members, educators and philanthropic partners, we aim to create spaces where learning thrives and lives are transformed. Our goal is to build the spaces of tomorrow that support student success while enabling dialogue that improves our world.
We offer a unique opportunity for alumni to give back to their alma mater – to support the students and programs in our new home that are going to improve our world.
We ask our corporate partners to help us ready the workforce of tomorrow and develop solutions to pressing challenges.
We extend our hand to our friends and ask you to lean in with us; live your legacy through opportunities you can support today.
Support our campaign to complete the Green School’s new building.
Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy
Founded in 1985, FIU’s Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy advances public policy and national security studies. The institute is committed to strengthening the competitiveness of students and professionals for the national security and cyber policy workforce. It offers certificates, fellowships and learning experiences that set FIU’s graduates apart:
- IC-CAE Intelligence Fellowship – FIU is designated by the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence as a U.S. Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence, a program that partners with select universities to increase diversity in the intelligence community.
- Cyber Threat Intelligence Fellowship – This cybersecurity workforce program includes the Cybersecurity Intelligence & Information Policy certificate program curriculum, CompTIA Security+ certification, workshops and roundtables, mentoring and internships.
- Diplomacy Lab – This partnership with the U.S. Department of State engages university students and faculty experts in research on foreign policy challenges.
- Policy Lab – The Policy Lab features applied public policy learning experiences through capstones and fellowships and internships with government agencies, NGOs and private-sector organizations.
The Green School’s Department of Economics offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programs. With 588 economics students (Fall 2023), FIU is preparing a diverse pipeline of future economists. Economics majors and minors have secured positions with employers that include Charles River Associates, PwC, Citi, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Visa, Raymond James, Amazon, Honeywell, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, the World Bank, the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. Graduates have also attended prestigious law schools, MBA programs and PhD programs.
We invite you to name a high-use space in the new Green School building. Potential naming opportunities include, but are not limited to:
- Individual Floor Naming - $2,000,000
- Office Suites - $250,000
- Large Classrooms - $250,000
- Small Classrooms - $100,000
- Large Conference Rooms - $100,000
- Conference Rooms - $50,000
- Reception Rooms - $50,000
- Lounges - $25,000
There are additional naming opportunities, such as the Courtyard, Foyer, Pavilion and Event Terrace, as well as the entire building.
Join us by considering a naming opportunity at one of the world’s largest and most prestigious schools of its kind. These crucial funds will help ensure that our campus remains a hub of innovation and excellence.
Get in Touch
If you are interested in taking a tour of the new building or to learn more about ways you can live your legacy and advance the Green School, please contact Stephany Alvarez-Ventura, Senior Director of Development, at 305-348-7407 or email@example.com.