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January

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Join us for a conversation with renowned journalist and Pulitzer Prize winner Ian Urbina on critical issues affecting the world’s oceans. From humanitarian and ecological abuses to the faults in international maritime law, this discussion will shed light on the deeper problems that plague the High Seas. Discussion led by Bruce Vitor, Associate Director for Research Innovation, Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy. The event is free and open to the public.

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The Office of Veteran and Military Affairs and Jack D. Gordon Institute of Public Policy have partnered together to host a Principles of Applied Leadership workshop with Brigadier General, Timothy D. Brown. BG Brown is currently the Director of Intelligence at United States Southern Command. This workshop will highlight applied leadership, the changing nature of intelligence in today’s world/environment, and future opportunities for recent graduates in the field of intelligence.

February

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Join us for an international conference on Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated fishing, highlighting global and regional impacts, and opportunities to combat IUU fishing. The conference will include presentations & discussions from experts in academia & the field with a Q&A following. The conference is free and open to the public.

March

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Interested in a career in national security? Join us for a conversation and Q&A with current intelligence professionals on the careers available in the U.S. Intelligence Community. Panelists will discuss the evolving Intelligence Community (IC) in the 21st Century, a day in the life of an IC professional, the challenges and rewards of their work, and share advice on how to secure a job in National Security.

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The fellowship will train and deploy students working on interdisciplinary case teams and embed them with local governments, non-profit organizations, and the business community to engage in research and problem-solving around public interest technology application opportunities and challenges faced by host entities.

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This professional-level course is ideal for individuals entering the digital forensics field. Program topics • What is Digital Forensics? • Forensic Methodologies • Technical Concepts • Tools for examinations • Media Exploitation Techniques The program aligns with the NICE Framework role of Cyber Defense Forensic Analyst. Financial aid is available for transitioning military veterans and first responders. Email jgiexeced@fiu.edu for more information.