- This summer Candice Ammons-Blanfort became the first student to earn the Ph.D. in International Crime and Justice. Now a visiting instructor at FIU, she’s helping her students learn about the importance of diversity in police departments and cultural sensitivity in criminal justice.
The National Science Foundation has awarded the Jorge M. Pérez Metropolitan Center and the College of Engineering & Computing a grant to equip policy scientists with an in-depth understanding of the latest technologies.
- To promote fairness and transparency in the criminal justice system, researchers at FIU and Loyola University Chicago have partnered with prosecutors in Tampa, Chicago, Jacksonville and Milwaukee to take a fresh look at prosecutorial performance and decision-making.
Green School hosts second annual lunch for Consular Corps of Miami
The Steven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs recently hosted an honorary lunch for the Consular Corps [...]
- Politics, Law & Society
National Institutes of Health awards FIU grant to study cancer screening among transgender Latinos
The National Institutes of Health awarded a team of social scientists from the Green School a grant to study [...]
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New student, academic programs launch in D.C.
By Alexia Del ValleFIU in DC’s Talent Lab paved new ground this week as 26 student interns ..
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Associate Professor Ryan Meldrum featured on The Health Channel
Ryan Meldrum, associate professor in the Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice, recently appeared on The Health Channel – All [...]