The IC-CAE Intelligence Fellowship Program at FIU’s Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy is an intelligence community workforce development program. The IC-CAE Fellowship is designed to fuse world class academics with mentorship, professional development and research experience in order to strengthen our students' competitiveness to land a job in the US intelligence community. The program duration is one year.
JGI Policy Analyst Randy Pestana was recently quoted in a Center for International Maritime Security article examining the use of Narco Submarines in Latin America and the Caribbean. Click on the tab to read the full article.
Undergraduate National Security Studies Certificate students can now register for the following course: ISS 4930 - Topics in Globalization: Global Cyber Threats & Policy Implications. Register Today!
This 3-day executive certificate program engages participants by placing them in direct contact with public policy and security experts as they discuss, debate, and develop strategic solutions to global security threats in the 21st century. Join an international cohort of policy and security professionals dedicated to advancing their expertise in threat analysis, policy innovation, and decision-making practices.
Join us for the 2018 Hemispheric Security Conference hosted by the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs' Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy and the Kimberly Green Latin American Caribbean Center. This conference is co-sponsored by the U.S. Army War College and the Intelligence Community-Center for Academic Excellence.
The mission of the Leadership Council is to guide FIU’s cybersecurity policy, academic programming and global cyber policy capacity building initiatives, and foster collaboration among cyber policy thought leaders in both the public and private sectors. The Council will physically meet twice a year to discuss current and future cybersecurity programming and efforts.