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

English professor strikes gold at book awards

English professor strikes gold at book awards

Congratulations go out to Lynne Barrett on winning the Gold for General Fiction at the Florida Book Awards, which every […]

Feb. 10 lecture to explore life of a citizen scientist

Feb. 10 lecture to explore life of a citizen scientist

Harvard researcher Mathew William Lensch will speak about “Nature and Nurture: The Life of a Citizen Scientist” Friday, Feb. 10, […]

Research with monkeys may yield solutions to conservation issues

Research with monkeys may yield solutions to conservation issues

She’s still an undergraduate, but Elizabeth Tapanes, a biological sciences major in the School of Environment, Arts and Society, already […]

Going bananas for Yonanas

Going bananas for Yonanas

FIU alumni invented a kitchen appliance that provides a healthy alternative to ice cream. Now their cool invention is hotter […]

SEAS launching Environmental Film Series for spring semester

The School of Environment, Arts and Society (SEAS) in the College of Arts & Sciences is inaugurating its first Environmental […]

From homeless to cum laude: A graduate’s journey

From homeless to cum laude: A graduate’s journey

At one point in his life, after he joined the army to escape a girlfriend who broke his heart, after […]

FIU exhibit on display at Museum of Discovery and Science

FIU exhibit on display at Museum of Discovery and Science

When the Museum of Discovery and Science in Ft. Lauderdale recently opened its new EcoDiscovery Center, FIU researchers delivered a […]

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Creative Writing professor becomes United States Artists Fellow

Creative Writing professor becomes United States Artists Fellow

English and Creative Writing professor Campbell McGrath was recently named a United States Artists (USA) Fellow. McGrath was one of 52 […]

FIU plants half an acre of mangroves along Biscayne Bay

FIU plants half an acre of mangroves along Biscayne Bay

FIU’s School of Environment, Arts and Society (SEAS) recently hosted a mangrove planting event at the Oleta River State Park […]

Writing center director to be honored for collaborative learning

Writing center director to be honored for collaborative learning

Paula Gillespie, associate professor and director of the FIU Center for Excellence in Writing (CEW), is the 2011 recipient of […]

English professor James Sutton on the new Shakespeare movie

Is Shakespeare who we think he is? FIU English professor James Sutton discusses the plot of the new Shakespeare movie, Anonymous, […]

Honduran students visit FIU for week of agroscience

Honduran students visit FIU for week of agroscience

More than 20 agroscience juniors from the Universidad Nacional de Agricultura (UNA) in Honduras were hosted by the FIU Agroecology […]

GLOWS launches clean water program in West Africa

GLOWS launches clean water program in West Africa

FIU’s Global for Water Sustainability Program (GLOWS) is expanding its efforts to provide sustainable clean water to the people and […]

Geologist makes rare discovery in Dominican Republic

Geologist makes rare discovery in Dominican Republic

Grenville Draper, professor of geology and associate director of Liberal Studies at FIU, has discovered fragments of mantle plume rocks […]

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English professor becomes National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow

English professor becomes National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow

Yvette R. Piggush, an assistant professor in Department of English at FIU, was recently named a National Endowment for the […]

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