Federal government awards FIU $2.3 million for work in Latin America and Africa

Federal government awards FIU $2.3 million for work in Latin America and Africa

Federal government awards FIU $2.3 million for work in Latin America and Africa

FIU has received three prestigious Title VI grants to fund programs and student scholarships in areas of strategic importance for the United States: Latin America and Africa.

“The U.S. Department of Education awards these grants in an effort to help our nation enhance its leadership role in the world and foster global engagement,” said FIU President Mark B. Rosenberg. “These awards solidify our position as a solutions center that addresses themes of global consequence.”

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