Posts tagged with: "School of Environment Arts and Society (SEAS)"

Pulitzer Prize winner at BBC

Pulitzer Prize winner at BBC

Richard Ford shares a laugh with BBC Vice Provost Steve Moll at an April 4 event honoring him with the 4th […]

Knight Fellows give back to South Florida through the arts

Knight Fellows give back to South Florida through the arts

Marci Calabretta and Jennifer McCauley are giving back to the South Florida community through writing, education and the arts. Through funding […]

Faculty reveal challenges of gender equality at World Water Day 2013

Faculty reveal challenges of gender equality at World Water Day 2013

It takes 53 gallons of water to make a single latte, or a simple coffee and steamed milk. Four hundred […]

FIU family remembers Butler Waugh

The university community came together March 26 in front of the PC building to honor one of its founding fathers, […]

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SEAS launches ‘Our Common Future’ lecture series

SEAS launches ‘Our Common Future’ lecture series

The School of Environment, Arts and Society (SEAS) will inaugurate the “Our Common Future” lecture series with a talk, “The […]

Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Ford to receive Lawrence A. Sanders Award

Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Ford to receive Lawrence A. Sanders Award

Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Ford will receive the 4th annual Lawrence A. Sanders Award for Fiction from the Creative Writing […]

GLOWS hosts climate change risk, adaptation training in Africa

GLOWS hosts climate change risk, adaptation training in Africa

The Global Water for Sustainability (GLOWS) Program recently hosted a workshop in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso regarding the effects of climate change […]

FIU to present Richard Ford with the 2013 Lawrence A. Sanders Award for Fiction

WHAT: FIU will honor the career of author Richard Ford with the fourth Lawrence A. Sanders Award for Fiction.  Ford, […]

Feminist theologist Rosemary Radford Ruether to talk at FIU March 19

Feminist theologist Rosemary Radford Ruether to talk at FIU March 19

The Center for the Humanities in an Urban Environment is hosting a talk with Rosemary Radford Ruether, one of the […]

FIU leads national study on South Florida’s water supply

FIU leads national study on South Florida’s water supply

A team of researchers led by FIU has been awarded a $5million grant from the National Science Foundation to conduct a five-year study of […]

FIU to celebrate women, water on World Water Day March 21

FIU to celebrate women, water on World Water Day March 21

The role women play in the sustainability of water resources management is often overlooked — a reality that will be […]

FIU Magazine garners prestigious awards

FIU Magazine garners prestigious awards

FIU Magazine has gone head to head with some of the nation’s top university magazines—and won! The nonprofit Council for […]

Late FIU founder’s life, accomplishments to be celebrated on campus March 26

Late FIU founder’s life, accomplishments to be celebrated on campus March 26

The FIU family will come together to honor one of its founding fathers. The entire university community is invited to […]

Traveling to Papua New Guinea will be, from left, graduate student Sabrina Diz, FIU Magazine Editor Deborah O'Neil, Honors College student Pablo Currea, biology major Keysel Pelaez, education graduate student Olivia Autolino and religious studies major Kyle Decker.

Professor leading students on mission to Papua New Guinea

Professor Tudor Parfitt, the scholar known as the “British Indiana Jones,” was in Australia a decade ago lecturing on the […]

As sequester hits, FIU on the scene in D.C.

As sequester hits, FIU on the scene in D.C.

With sequestration of the entire federal budget hitting today, FIU and its advocates were advocating in full force to protect […]