Global Affairs students travel to India to generate economic opportunities for women and fund educational initiatives

Four Master of Arts in Global Affairs students traveled to India with a team of undergraduate business students during spring break to work on an innovative microenterprise project. The Bandhwari Women’s project seeks to empower local women in a poor village near New Delhi by generating employment opportunities in the handicrafts sector. College of Business […]

Duolingo Haitian Creole Awarded Silver Recognition at 2023 Anthem Awards

The Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center (LACC) is pleased to announce that Nicolas André and Nyya Flores Toussaint, creators of the Duolingo Haitian Creole course, have been recognized at the 2023 Annual Anthems Award. The Anthem Awards celebrates purpose and mission-driven work from people, companies and organizations worldwide across seven core causes: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; Education, Art and Culture; Health; Human and Civil […]

Film by Green School Doctoral Student to Premiere at Miami Film Festival

“Havana Stories,” the latest film by FIU doctoral student Eliecer Jiménez Almeida, will have its world premiere at the 40th Annual Miami Film Festival. Jiménez Almeida, a student in the Department of Modern Languages in the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs, was invited to compete for the prestigious annual Knight Made in MIA Feature Film […]

Green School recognizes students for Graduate Student Appreciation Week

As part of the University’s Graduate Student Appreciation Week, the Green School has chosen three students to be featured on our website, focusing on their research interests or career aspirations. The students were chosen randomly in an open raffle available to all graduate students and will receive a $100 Visa card.  We are so proud […]

Amelia Raudales recognized as FIU Real Triumphs Graduate

Bachelor of Arts, International RelationsSteven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs A survivor of childhood sexual assault, Amelia Raudales has turned her personal experience into social and political action, especially for victims of domestic violence and human trafficking. She has raised thousands of dollars for anti-trafficking initiatives and racial justice organizations, and also […]

Green School student receives U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship (CLS)

The following was originally posted on the U.S. Department of State’s Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program website. Chirine Yamout, a graduate student and international relations major from Florida International University has been awarded a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship to study Chinese during the summer of 2021. The U.S. Department of State’s Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program […]

Green School partnership with FIU at I-75 to foster student success

For years, individual professors and departments within the Green School have offered numerous courses at FIU’s academic center at I-75 in Miramar. But in the spring of 2020, the Green School will launch an innovative partnership with the center dubbed “Green School Tuesdays at I-75.” Spearheaded by the Department of Global & Sociocultural Studies (GSS) […]

Students get a sneak peek into the minds of their professors

This semester’s incoming Master of Arts in Global Affairs students got to spend time with their professors in an unexpected setting: over dinner, at a new student orientation. During this orientation, faculty members shared a meal with students while swapping stories about grad school, alma maters and research interests. A panel of faculty members also […]