The Jack D. Gordon Public Policy Fellowship is a workforce development initiative. A highly selective program, the Public Policy Fellowship provides opportunities for students to integrate rigorous coursework, research, and mentorship in pursuit of a career in local, state, and federal government. Students will be awarded a Certificate in Public Policy Studies upon completion of program.
The Summer Institute on National Security Studies is a multi-disciplinary one-week program incorporating topics in Geography, Information Technology, World Politics, and various international security issues. Summer Institute activities include keynote lectures by Intelligence Community professionals and prominent academics, an Effective Communication (writing & public speaking) workshop, and a capstone simulation on a security issue based on the Summer Institute’s theme.
In the aftermath of the tragedy, the response has followed the pattern of similar mass shootings around the country. Politicians offer thoughts and prayers while common sense gun control measures continue to founder. FIU’s faculty experts will address the myriad of issues surrounding what many say has become a uniquely American phenomenon: mass shootings.
Former congressman Patrick Murphy named a senior fellow at the School of International and Public Affairs supporting the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy! Murphy is lecturing in Director Brian Fonseca spring National Security course and is helping launch the Public Policy Fellowship coming fall 2018! #WorldsAhead
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!
Graduate National Security Studies Certificate students can now register for the following courses:ISS 5135: National Security Essentials; and ISS 5388: Communicating Analytically. Register Today!
JGI Director Brian Fonseca was quoted in a recent article in Cuba Trade Magazine. Nick Swyter's piece "Russia’s rekindled interest in Cuba raises questions about the Kremlin’s geopolitical ambitions" asked Director Fonseca his thoughts on Russia's new ventures into Cuba. You can see Director Fonseca's remarks by clicking on the link.
JGI Research Scientist Dr. Jonathan Rosen along with Mexican scholar Roberto Zepeda just released a newly published journal article titled "Mexico-United States Migration: Security Implications." This piece argues that in order to reduce migration levels, the US and Mexico must work together to regulate migration flows in order to meet the demands for labor force in the US while protecting against illicit movements. latest article examining US-Mexico relations