The National Association of Cuban-American Educators awarded its annual prize to CRI Faculty Affiliate Dr. Pedro J. Greer, Jr.
Hatzel Vela holds the unique distinction of serving as the first local South Florida TV reporter to be stationed in Cuba.
The Cuban Research Institute announces that the 2018 summer program for independent Cuban business owners has been canceled, due to the suspension of consular activities at the U.S. Embassy in Havana.
FIU News interviews Carlos Averhoff, Jr., who led the Classically Cuban jazz concert in memory of his father.
Estibaliz Santamaría Cadaval, a Ph.D. student in Musicology at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid in Spain, will study the musical and social aspects of the Galician exodus to Cuba.
Like Cubans 37 years ago, Puerto Ricans are arriving massively in the United States, particularly in the state of Florida. El Nuevo Día cites CRI Director Jorge Duany on the similarities and differences between the two migrant flows.
WUFT interviews Drs. Jorge Duany and Michael J. Bustamante on the impact of the recent "sonic attacks" on U.S.-Cuba relations and Cuban migration patterns.
Telemundo reports on Jennifer Cearns' lecture on the digital distribution network that connects Cubans in Miami and on the island.
Dr. Jorge Duany will assess the impact of Puerto Rico's economic crisis on migration to the United States, particularly to Florida, as well as the prospects of an even larger population displacement after hurricane María.
The ensemble Música Eterna will perform the Havana premiere of Dr. Orlando Jacinto Garcia's work "Asimetrías" for string orchestra.