Posts tagged with: "Maureen Donnelly"

Why frogs need saving

Why frogs need saving

On April 29, the world’s frogs are celebrated on Save The Frogs Day. But throughout the year, FIU researchers go […]

Editors’ Picks: Our favorite stories of 2016

Editors’ Picks: Our favorite stories of 2016

As the year winds down, the FIU News team took a moment to reflect on the best stories of 2016. Here’s our […]

The strawberry poison frog is one of the amphibians Maureen Donnelly studies in the tropics.

Frogs that can take the heat have better chance of fighting extinction

Amphibians that can tolerate higher temperatures are likely to fare better against disease, habitat loss and climate change, according to […]

American Alligator in the Florida Everglades

6 things to know about alligators

Growing to nearly 15 feet in length, the American alligator can take up residence in Florida’s canals, lakes, rivers and […]

Climate summit calls on a global community for change

Climate summit calls on a global community for change

Biologist Maureen Donnelly says the climate crisis is the greatest challenge of our time, but she has hope for the […]

Rhinella marina, commonly known as Bufo Toad, Marine Toad, or Cane Toad.

Photo courtesy of ryanphotographic.com

Florida pet owners warned about deadly giant toads

Florida’s rainy season is in full force and pet owners are being cautioned to keep an eye out for toxic […]

The strawberry poison frog is one of the amphibians Maureen Donnelly studies in the tropics.

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 […]

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 […]

Donnelly (left) and Eluvathingal (right) tour the tea plantations of Kanon Devan Hills Plantation Co. in Munnar, India.

Cruising with Indian elephants

Maureen Donnelly, associate dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and professor of biological sciences, recently traveled to Bangalore, […]

Historian publishes dissertation, tribute to late father

Historian publishes dissertation, tribute to late father

When Rodney Earl Walton first laid his hands on a copy of his book Big Guns, Brave Men: Mobile Artillery Observers […]

Researchers warn of extinctions in the tropics

Researchers warn of extinctions in the tropics

Many of the world’s tropical protected areas are struggling to sustain their biodiversity, according to a study published by an […]

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What a scientist looks like

What a scientist looks like

FIU biology Professor Maureen A. Donnelly was featured on This is What a Scientist Looks Like, a Tumblr site dedicated […]