Join us for a fantastic panel of major media representatives to discuss how national media is shifting the way in which it’s reporting the news. We all know the rise of Fake News, talk of Alt. Facts, and concerns for Free Speech are making a shift, and it’s important to know how and why.
Join us as we celebrate Chad Moss’ Historic gift to FIU with a panel discussion and rooftop reception.
Are you interested in a career with the Federal Government becoming a political appointee, or securing a collegiate/post collegiate internship? Join us for the webcast at webcast.fiu.edu at 3:30
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On the eve of the 58th Presidential Inauguration, come hear from key influencers on the opportunities and challenges before the historic administration of President Donald J. Trump. FIU invites you to join us in an exclusive and timely dialogue led by our own alumna, Mercedes Schlapp ’94, which will include key presidential advisers and other thought leaders. And with Florida playing such a decisive role in the 2016 election, there will be no shortage of key leaders from the Sunshine State at this interactive event.
- Mercy Schlapp, (Moderator) Fox News and Washington Times analyst
- Matt Schlapp, President, American Conservative Union
- Jenny Korn, Deputy Political Director, RNC
- Justin Sayfie, The Sayfie Review
Currently, the key themes to be addressed include challenges within the first month in office:
White House Appointments / Immigration / Obamacare / Supreme Court Nominee / and considering the evening focus on the Latino community, outreach and priorities
This program complements that evening’s Latino Coalition Inaugural celebration, and will also be attended by a good number of Floridians living in or visiting Washington this week.
Darlyn de La Rosa, Green School Student and winner of the Inaugural Essay Contest, will also be in the dialogue that evening.
This event will be broadcast live at webcast.fiu.edu.
Tune in at webcast.fiu.edu to learn about all the opportunities the National Institutes of Health offers students for their Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research. Open to all STEM, Health, or Public Administration majors!
For its fifth conference, the National Alliance for the Advancement of Haitian Professionals (NAAHP) has selected the United States capital for its annual three-day forum. The Raben Group, a Washington DC public policy firm, is partnering with NAAHP to host the largest gathering of Haitians that the District of Columbia has ever seen.
This year’s theme focuses on leveraging the Diaspora’s political and economic power. Over 1 million Haitians reside in America. This important market is dynamic and includes middle class families and senior level professionals.
Topics will include STEM education, technology and innovation, environmental sustainability, and Haiti’s intertwined history with Cuba, Israel, and the U.S.
Contact Tim Edwards for more information
Young women CAN and DO get breast cancer. In fact, one young woman is diagnosed with breast cancer every 40 minutes.
FIU and Miami…two brands that are intrinsically linked and represent the same bold energy, entrepreneurial spirit, global connectedness, and rich culture known worldwide. Celebrate this time in FIU history and our hometown in the tropics with some familiar tastes and sounds under the Capital skyline.
Presented by: FIU Alumni Association, Geico, and Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau
Event Registration: opens at 6:30 PM
Visiting alumni, university leaders and community supporters will be meeting with our Congressional champions to advocate for FIU federal and regional priorities. To learn more about our priorities, go to http://government.fiu.edu/federal/federal-priorities/index.html.
Hispanics will comprise more than 27 million eligible voters in the U.S., and likely influence the outcome of the 2016 general election. As the primaries come to a close, join high-ranking FIU Alumni and friends from both sides of the aisle for an insider’s view as they explore current Latino voting patterns with insights from the Gordon Institute for Public Policy’s Latino Public Opinion Forum—the first university initiative in Florida to systematically study the growth and impact of the Latino voters in the United States.
Presented by: FIU Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs
Event Registration: opens at 6:00 PM