Post Tagged with: "School of Environment Arts and Society (SEAS)"

FIU marine scientist Mike Heithaus (left) and Jeff Corwin (right) examine a baby bull shark in the Everglades National Park.

Researchers uncover Shark River mysteries with Jeff Corwin

FIU researchers have teamed up with conservationist and TV personality Jeff Corwin to share their mission of protecting the Florida […]

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FIU showcases tech innovations at eMerge Americas 2015

FIU showcases tech innovations at eMerge Americas 2015

Dozens of FIU researchers were on hand at eMerge Americas May 1-5, 2015 to showcase the latest technology developed at the university, including […]

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President Rosenberg blogs from China: Hainan diary

President Rosenberg blogs from China: Hainan diary

This is President Rosenberg’s sixth annual blog chronicling the TUC-FIU partnership, the annual China Commencement and our students in the China […]

From left to right: Evelyn Gaiser, John Holdren, and Xavier Cortada.

Gaiser appointed executive director of School of Environment, Arts and Society

Evelyn Gaiser has been appointed executive director of FIU’s School of Environment, Arts and Society (SEAS) and associate dean in […]

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Phillip M. Carter: It’s time for Miami to embrace bilingualism

Phillip M. Carter: It’s time for Miami to embrace bilingualism

The following op-ed was written in Spanish and published in the print edition of Diario las Americas on Wed., April […]

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Stephen Haggerty poses with Pendanus candelabrum, which is typically 2-2.5 m tall.  Haggerty discovered P. Candelabrum rising out of the ground above diamond-bearing kimberlite pipes in Liberia, making these plants the first and only known botanical indicator for these diamond areas.

Unusual plant points to diamonds beneath the ground

A rare discovery by an FIU geologist could radically change diamond prospecting worldwide. Researcher Stephen Haggerty recently embarked on a […]

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At eMerge, FIU researchers showcase technology aimed at improving health

At eMerge, FIU researchers showcase technology aimed at improving health

Dozens of FIU researchers will be on hand at eMerge Americas to showcase the latest technology developed at the university, […]

Energy forum teaches kids importance of sustainability

Energy forum teaches kids importance of sustainability

Forty first graders from Redondo Elementary stand in the Kovens Conference Center, turning from side to side with their arms […]

Nepal was ripe for disaster, FIU experts say

Nepal was ripe for disaster, FIU experts say

As the people of Nepal struggle with the aftermath of a 7.8-magnitude earthquake that has devastated much of the country, […]

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FIU Nepal Earthquake Experts

FIU Nepal Earthquake Experts

As the people of Nepal struggle with the aftermath of a 7.8-magnitude earthquake that has devastated much of the country, […]

FIU selected again as Florida site for Obama’s fellowship for young African leaders

FIU selected again as Florida site for Obama’s fellowship for young African leaders

For the second year in a row, FIU will be the only university in Florida to host a select group […]

POTUS, Bill Nye and 5 Panthers in the Everglades

POTUS, Bill Nye and 5 Panthers in the Everglades

President Obama decided to celebrate Earth Day, April 22, right in FIU’s backyard. With Florida’s Everglades National Park as a back […]

Title page of the First Folio. Photo courtesy of the Folger Shakespeare Library.

Dates announced for Shakespeare’s First Folio exhibit

William Shakespeare’s First Folio is slated to arrive at FIU’s Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum in February 2016. As part of […]

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Choosing a ‘wild’ life: A journey of self-discovery, environmental writing in the Everglades

Choosing a ‘wild’ life: A journey of self-discovery, environmental writing in the Everglades

Last fall, six FIU students — all aspiring writers — were selected to join the Everglades Wilderness Writing Program. The […]

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FIU sea level rise experts visit White House

FIU sea level rise experts visit White House

The Cherry Blossoms were in full bloom this week in Washington, D.C. as FIU’s researchers briefed the White House and […]