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Join the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs for the first in a series of roundtable discussions on the impact of Fidel Castro's death on the internal dynamics in Cuba, including economic impacts, political freedom and social relations.
The annual event—produced by the Division of External Relations and sponsored in part by the College of Arts, Sciences & Education—broke its previous attendance record, selling more than 600 tickets. And more than 1,500 people watched TEDxFIU’s live broadcast on FIU’s Facebook.
Everyone warned me that Professor Stack’s undergraduate courses would be brutal. His hardcover textbook was over a thousand pages. His “case method” homework was relentless. His Socratic teaching style, combined with his heavy New England accent, was the stuff of poli-sci legend. His grading scale had crushed the dreams of many aspiring honors students. In the end, Constitutional Law I and II were among my lowest grades at FIU, rattled my self-confidence and resulted in many sleepless nights.
As the world continues to react to the passing of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, two professors from the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs, Brian Latell and Jonathan Rosen, recently released books on Cuba – both tackling Fidel Castro’s legacy and the future of U.S-Cuban relations.
So you’ve crossed the stage, received your diploma and you’re ready to begin a new chapter of life. Many graduates will go right into the workforce, others may take time to travel, and some will continue their education.
The Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs’ Capstone Project is a unique and innovative feature of the Masters of Art in Global Affairs Program and provides an important component to students’ learning experience and training.
I was selected to represent the United States at the World Federation of United Nations Associations’ Human Rights Youth Training 2016 this Summer. I met students from all over the World – Uganda, Denmark, Georgia, Jordan, and more – to discuss human rights and the role that the United Nations and its mechanisms play in advancing human rights.