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U.S. - Venezuela relations: Damaged beyond repair? Can there be change?

Latin American and Caribbean Center, School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University

Thursday, September 26, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)

Miami, FL

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Where? FIU's MMC campus. The College of Business Complex 11200 SW 8th St., Miami, FL

 

Link to map of campus

 

Driving Directions:

From Miami International Airport or Downtown Miami – via 836
Take 836 (Dolphin Expressway) West 
Exit onto 826 (Palmetto Expressway) South
Immediately get into the right lane
Exit at SW 8th Street (Tamiami Trail) –West
Turn left onto 112th Avenue 
Turn right at the stop sign and enter the parking lot to your immediate left.
There is visitor parking in the lot (metered).
If the lot is full, you may park in the parking garage located west of the lot. 
The College of Business Complex is the colorful geometric-shaped building.

From Homestead, the Doral or Weston – via the Florida Turnpike
Take the Florida Turnpike 
Exit at SW 8th Street (East)
Head East and stay in the right lane.
Turn right onto 112th Avenue 
Turn right at the stop sign and enter the parking lot to your immediate left.
There is visitor parking in the lot (metered).
If the lot is full, you may park in the parking garage located west of the lot.
The College of Business Complex is the colorful geometric-shaped building. 

From Ft. Lauderdale or Boca Raton – via I-95
Take I-95 South to 863 West
Take 836 West to the Florida Turnpike South
Head South and exit at SW 8th Street (East)
Head East and stay in the right lane.
Turn right onto 112th Avenue. 
Turn right at the stop sign and enter the parking lot to your immediate left.
There is visitor parking in the lot (metered).
If the lot is full, you may park in the parking garage located west of the lot.
The College of Business Complex is the colorful geometric-shaped building.

From Ft. Lauderdale or Boca Raton – via the Turnpike
Take the Florida Turnpike South
Exit at SW 8th Street (East)
Head East.
Turn right onto 112th Avenue 
Turn right at the stop sign and enter the parking lot to your immediate left.
There is visitor parking in the lot (metered).
If the lot is full, you may park in the parking garage located west of the lot.
The College of Business Complex is the colorful geometric-shaped building.

 

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Call LACC at (305) 348-2894

 

Have questions about U.S. - Venezuela relations: Damaged beyond repair? Can there be change?? Contact Latin American and Caribbean Center, School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University

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FIU Modesto Madique Campus, CBC 232
11200 SW 8th Street
Miami, FL

Thursday, September 26, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)


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Latin American and Caribbean Center, School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University

The Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University was founded in 1979 to promote the study of Latin America and the Caribbean in Florida and throughout the United States. By forging linkages across the Americas through high quality education, research aimed at better understanding and addressing the most urgent problems confronting the region. LACC is part of a consortium designated by the US Department of Education as a National Resource Center on Latin America, recognizing it as one of the top Latin American and Caribbean Centers in the world.

LACC draws upon the expertise of one of the largest concentrations of Latin American and Caribbean Studies scholars of any university in the country, spanning a multitude of disciplines across colleges. LACC faculty associates have produced important scholarship in such areas as migration; U.S./Latin American relations; trade and integration in the Americas; indigenous cultures; economic stabilization and democratization; sustainable development; religion; environmental technology, and arts and humanities.

An integral component in FIU’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), LACC offers a number of academic programs including a nationally recognized Master of Arts in Latin American and Caribbean Studies and several certificate degrees. Located in Miami, a city known as “The Gateway to Latin America,” LACC’s students and faculty study within the heart of the region, both physically and culturally, benefiting from unique opportunities for study and research. The interdisciplinary nature of LACC programs encourages students to think critically and creatively about major issues facing the hemisphere.

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