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Venue:GC 150/140

The Jack D. Gordon Institute ICCAE Intelligence Fellows will be presenting on their National Security Intelligence Based Research Projects. All guests are welcome. Come learn about the biggest security concerns facing the nation

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Venue:LC 220

Last day to submit applications for the 2017-2018 Intelligence Fellows Program.

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Venue:RB 130

The Intelligence Failures Series hosted by Dr. Brian Latell allows students to participate in simulated exercise replaying the Iranian Revolution. Dr. Latell is a Senior Research Associate at JGI and previously served in the CIA, and taught at Georgetown University and the University of Miami. Workshop is open to all FIU students, preference given to students in the National Security Studies Certificate.

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Venue:OAS General Assembly, Washington, D.C.

In this 2-day advanced certificate program, participants will engage academics, industry leaders, and security professionals in assessing the most critical cyber threats facing the public and private sectors. Participants will learn best practices about organization structures, processes, and legal considerations. Participants will also be exposed to strategies and the most effective approaches to implementing strategies in the workplace.

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Venue:RB 130

The Intelligence Failures Series hosted by Dr. Brian Latell allows students to participate in simulated exercise replaying the Bay of Pigs. Dr. Latell is a Senior Research Associate at JGI and previously served in the CIA, and taught at Georgetown University and the University of Miami. Workshop is open to all FIU students, preference given to students in the National Security Studies Certificate.

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Venue:CBC 232

The Executive Certificate in Global Security and Public Policy is a program designed for professionals and examines the intersection of global security and public policy. This week long program provides the skills and enhances the participants’ capacity to think and comprehend critically and evaluate processes related to public policy and global security. The program consists of three modules: Global Security, Security and Policy in the Western Hemisphere, and Leadership and Public Policy.

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Venue:GC Ballrooms, FIU

In this 2-day advanced certificate program, participants will engage academics, industry leaders, and security professionals in assessing the most critical cyber threats facing the public and private sectors. Participants will learn best practices about organization structures, processes, and legal considerations. Participants will also be exposed to strategies and the most effective approaches to implementing strategies in the workplace.