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

Ross Boucek retrieves underwater equipment used to detect spawning migrations of snook in the Shark River, Everglades National Park.

Biologist reels in data to predict snook production

FIU researcher Ross Boucek wants to give more predictability to anglers hoping to catch a bounty of snook. In Everglades […]

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Nikiema Moustapha has successfully implemented Climate Smart Agriculture techniques in his corn field in the village of Tama, Burkina Faso.

FIU offers hope for Burkina Faso’s abandoned crop fields

FIU’s Global Waters for Sustainability Program (GLOWS) is bringing life to unhealthy and abandoned crop fields in Burkina Faso. Loss […]

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Linguist believes ISIS terrorist is Canadian

Linguist believes ISIS terrorist is Canadian

FIU’s Phillip Carter was recently asked by “Inside Edition” to analyze the latest propaganda video released by the terror group known as […]

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Students embark on Everglades writing expedition

Students embark on Everglades writing expedition

Six FIU students, all aspiring writers, have been selected to take part in a six-week Everglades wilderness expedition this fall, […]

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TEDxFIU 2014 tickets sell out in one day

TEDxFIU 2014 tickets sell out in one day

Tickets for TEDxFIU 2014: Fearless Journey sold out within a few hours of going on sale Monday. This year’s event […]

On land and sea, astronomers and astronauts meet for virtual chat

On land and sea, astronomers and astronauts meet for virtual chat

A group of FIU astronomy students recently chatted with NASA astronauts participating in the NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) 19 Mission at […]

2014 TEDxFIU tickets go on sale Monday

2014 TEDxFIU tickets go on sale Monday

Tickets for the third annual TEDxFIU go on sale Monday, Oct. 6, at 10 a.m. Based on the success of […]

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FIU becomes major research partner of Florida Keys sanctuary

FIU becomes major research partner of Florida Keys sanctuary

Florida International University has been named a major research, monitoring and education partner of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary […]

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Biomolecular Sciences Institute paves way for groundbreaking research

Biomolecular Sciences Institute paves way for groundbreaking research

Biomolecular science is a fast-growing field focusing on the study and understanding of cellular processes at the molecular level. Research […]

Georgia Aquarium’s Gregory Bossart Ph.D. ’95 on the importance of dolphins

Georgia Aquarium’s Gregory Bossart Ph.D. ’95 on the importance of dolphins

Gregory Bossart, V.M.D., Ph.D. ’95 Senior Vice President of Animal Health, Research and Conservation, Georgia Aquarium FIU Doctorate in Biology […]

Professor Ernst Borinski teaching in the Social Science Lab, Tougaloo College, MS, ca. 1960. Photo courtesy of Mississippi Department of Archives and History.

Exhibit takes viewers ‘Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow’

By the time World War II began in 1939, Germany had purged itself of its Jewish professors, scientists and scholars. […]

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Transitions: Dean to provost to college parent

Transitions: Dean to provost to college parent

After 26 years with the College of Arts & Sciences (CAS), Kenneth G. Furton assumed his new role with FIU […]

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Water is life: 10 years of global water research and aid

Water is life: 10 years of global water research and aid

In previous issues of FIU Magazine, we brought you the story of GLOWS, or Global Water for Sustainability, the largest […]

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Cloud forests struggle to keep pace with climate change

Cloud forests struggle to keep pace with climate change

The cloud forests of the Andes Mountains are not migrating fast enough in the face of global warming, according to […]

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Strawberry poison frog

Herpetologist takes helm of national society

Maureen Donnelly, associate dean of graduate studies in the College of Arts & Sciences and professor in the Department of […]

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