Paper by Abu S. Shonchoy, Moogdho M. Mahzab, Towhid I. Mahmood and Manhal Ali titled “Data Driven Contagion Risk Management in Low-Income Countries using Machine Learning Applications with COVID-19 in South Asia” has been published at Nature Scientific Reports. The working paper version is available here.
Award: Sheng Guo
Sheng Guo was awarded a 2022-2023 Green School Research and Teaching Enhancement Award. Made possible and awarded by the SIPA, the award will be used to support a teaching faculty member’s research or teaching enhancement efforts.
Advancing Protection of Transboundary Biocultural Riverscapes in the Amazon
We are pleased to announce support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation for a new, 3-year effort to advance the protection of a transboundary biocultural riverscape (rivers, wetlands, and linked forest ecosystems) over an area of 4 million hectares in the Western Amazon. This effort unites several parts of Florida International University: College of […]
Researchers Study Florida Teens’ Exposure to Adverse Childhood Experiences
A new study, released by a research team organized by a professor at FIU’s Steven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs, has found that among Florida youth, Native American girls are most likely to be exposed to abuse, neglect, and household challenges. The study offers new insights into which groups of Florida teens […]
CRI Awarded Mellon Grant to Study Latino Identities
The Crossing Latinidades Humanities Research Initiative, funded by an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant, has approved the collaborative research project Forging Panethnic Allegiances: Hispanic Caribbean Communities in Three Gateway Cities—Miami, New York, and Orlando. The project will involve faculty members affiliated with the Cuban Research Institute at Florida International University, the Dominican Studies Institute at the […]
FIU History professor selected as 2021 MAAH Stone Book Award finalist
FIU Assistant Professor of History Dan Royles has been chosen as a 2021 MAAH (Museum of African American History) Stone Book Award finalist, receiving a $10,000 award for his book To Make the Wounded Whole: The African American Struggle against HIV/AIDS. To Make the Wounded Whole offers the first comprehensive history of African American AIDS […]
A Country on the Verge: The Case for Supporting Georgia
This article first appeared on the The German Marshall Fund of the United States. By David Kramer, Ian Kelly and Alina Inayeh Preface Georgia’s path to democracy has been nothing but sinuous. Since the Rose Revolution in 2003, which marked the end of the Soviet era, the country has seen major progress, intertwined with concerning […]
2021’s Most & Least Federally Dependent States
SIPA Professor Allan Rosenbaum recently interviewed by major national media outlet. A national media organization, WalletHub, which provides expert opinion on matters of current governmental and political concern to business leaders across the country recently featured the views on intergovernmental relations in the United States of SIPA Distinguished University Professor Allan Rosenbaum. Given the series […]
Hillsborough State Attorney’s Office launches groundbreaking data dashboard
A new online tool from the Hillsborough State Attorney’s Office delivers next-level transparency for the public.
Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office Joins FIU in Prosecutorial Performance Project
PHILADELPHIA (Oct. 2, 2020) – On the one-year anniversary of the launch of its Public Data Dashboard, the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office (DAO) has joined a network of nationally recognized researchers and prosecutors committed to advancing transparency and accountability through new measures of prosecutorial practices. In keeping with District Attorney Larry Krasner’s commitment to make […]