INS undergraduates at work to raise campus awareness about issues of sustainable development during UN Day on October 24th.
INS Ph.D. candidates Justin Garvin (l) and Samantha Chaitram (r). Learn more about our graduate programs in INS.
In July, INS hosted a delegation of elected county officials from Kenya to discuss devolution and governance. Dr. John Twichell is pictured (center).
Here at UM, International Studies students benefit from the interdisciplinary approach of the College of Arts and Sciences
INS students experience first-hand the environmentally conscious methods of organic farming in South Florida through the courses of Dr. Richard Weisskoff.
Dr. Richard Weisskoff presenting his research, 'Economics of Everglades Restoration' at the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress on May 24, 2016.
Noted Peruvian economist, Dr. Daniel Schydlowsky, speaks on the topic of bank regulations designed to mitigate social conflict.
Juliette (l) and Kyle (r), undergraduates in Dr. Weisskoff's course in International Economics, share their family trees.
Students in Dr. Richard Weisskoff's course on the Economics of Development and the Environment carefully explore the sensitive ecosystem of the Everglades.
Piroska Nagy Mohacsi of the London School of Economics speaks on the topic of central bank independence post-2008.
Learn more about our Jean Monnet European Union Center of Excellence.
Undergraduate junior International Studies majors, Ana (l) and Alexandra (r), participated together in our UBuenos Aires Study Abroad Program in Argentina.
We partner with private and public organizations in Miami and worldwide to place our students in rewarding internships.
INS graduate and undergraduate students travel to Ghana and around the world to conduct field research.
Located at the northeast perimeter of the Coral Gables campus, the recently restored offices of INS were awarded historic preservation designations.