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

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 […]

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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Marine sciences researcher Jordan Thomson poses with a sea turtle donning a Go-Pro cam in Shark Bay, Australia.

Heat wave offers glimpse into climate change

An unprecedented marine heat wave that swept the Southeast Indian Ocean in 2011 has given FIU scientists a glimpse into […]

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Tropics at a crossroads: FIU addresses changing planet through research, partnerships and policy

Tropics at a crossroads: FIU addresses changing planet through research, partnerships and policy

The greatest concentration of biodiversity occurs in the tropics, especially in rainforests and coral reefs. Biodiversity is the diversity of […]

Imbalance of sharks and sea turtles challenges ecosystems worldwide

Imbalance of sharks and sea turtles challenges ecosystems worldwide

The loss of sharks could contribute to the destruction of one of the planet’s most under-appreciated sources of carbon storage […]

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5 facts you didn’t know about sharks

5 facts you didn’t know about sharks

Mike Heithaus, newly named interim dean of the FIU College of Arts & Sciences, has devoted his career to studying […]

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Summer camp gives high school students chance to explore geoscience

Summer camp gives high school students chance to explore geoscience

When a group of high school students participated in a geocaching exercise, using GPS devices and clues to locate hidden […]

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Students in journalism professor Juliet Pinto's multimedia capstone course pose at the Aquarius mission control center in Islamorada, FL.

Journalism students cover underwater NASA mission

FIU digital media student Bruno Grundy got the filmmaker’s chance of lifetime when he dove 60 feet below to the […]

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NASA returns to Aquarius for first of 2 missions this year

NASA returns to Aquarius for first of 2 missions this year

NASA returned to the bottom of the sea this week for a nine-day mission at the FIU Aquarius Reef Base. […]

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Meet the new faces of Student Government Association

Meet the new faces of Student Government Association

The Student Government Association at FIU is made up of students whose aim is to advocate for students rights, encourage […]

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Marine sciences  graduate students pose aboard the R/V Bellows before embarking on their four-day research cruise in the Gulf of Mexico. 

Photo by Diana Churchill.

Grad students embark on research cruise in Gulf of Mexico

Most students spend their summers working odd jobs or catching up on much-needed rest, but a group of doctoral students […]

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YALI Washington Fellows visit Fairchild Tropical Garden

YALI Washington Fellows visit Fairchild Tropical Garden

This story is part of an on-going series following 25  young leaders visiting FIU as part of President Obama’s Washington […]

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Campers in FIU's EcoAcademy plant sea oat plugs to restore dunes at Virginia Key North Point.

EcoAcademy campers restore Virginia Key sea oats

Campers in FIU’s EcoAcademy recently visited Virginia Key North Point in Miami, FL to take part in a day of […]

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