Havel Program co-hosts seminar on totalitarianism

The Green School’s Václav Havel Program for Human Rights and Democracy teamed up with Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation and the Czech Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes to host a seminar on totalitarianism in Washington, D.C. “The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation hosted a seminar on totalitarianism, on May 24th at the Victims […]

NATO official discusses war in Europe and future threats at event co-sponsored by Green School

In the post-Cold War era, there was never as much interest in and focus on NATO  (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) until Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022 – the most serious military conflict in Europe since World War II. That historic development was amplified in comments by a top-ranking NATO official at a recent event […]

Publication: Cem Karayalcin in Brookings Institution Commentary

The Brookings Institution publishes a commentary co-authored by Cem Karayalcin, Professor of Economics at FIU, and Harun Onder, Senior Economist at World Bank (who is also a FIU economics Ph.D. alumni). The commentary, titled “Coping with climate shocks: Ecosystems versus economic systems”, can be accessed here.

Green School faculty receive awards for teaching excellence

Students are a university’s reason for being – and four faculty in the Steven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs were recently honored for the excellent teaching they deliver. The FIU Office of Faculty Leadership and Success recently announced the inaugural Rewarding Excellence in Teaching Incentives (RETI) award recipients, including these Green School […]