Posts tagged with: "Mike Heithaus"

FIU in the Next Gen: Research

FIU in the Next Gen: Research

How will the discoveries and inventions of FIU faculty impact the world of the future? In the 50 years since […]

FIU marine scientist Mike Heithaus (left) and Jeff Corwin (right) examine a baby bull shark in the Everglades National Park.

Researchers uncover Shark River mysteries with Jeff Corwin

FIU researchers have teamed up with conservationist and TV personality Jeff Corwin to share their mission of protecting the Florida […]

U.S. Coast Guard Adm. Paul Zukunft meets with FIU students, faculty and administrators to discuss scholarships, internships and other opportunities.

U.S. Coast Guard partners with FIU on recruitment and research

Max Sherno describes the U.S. Coast Guard scholarship program – known as CSPI – as the best kept secret in […]

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Mike Heithaus

Heithaus appointed dean of Arts & Sciences

Mike Heithaus has been appointed the dean of FIU’s College of Arts & Sciences. Heithaus, who has served as interim […]

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Miami Beach Senior High School freshman Rebecca Rauch-Thane was awarded a scholarship to FIU during the Miami Beach Community Resiliency Summit in March.

14-year-old receives scholarship to FIU 

Just midway through her freshman year of high school, Miami Beach Senior High School student Rebecca Rauch-Thane has been awarded […]

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The White House comes to campus

The White House comes to campus

This week, President Obama’s top science adviser was on campus, FIU research was on center stage –both in Miami and Washington, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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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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 […]

Heithaus named interim dean of Arts & Sciences

Heithaus named interim dean of Arts & Sciences

Mike Heithaus has been named interim dean of the FIU College of Arts & Sciences, effective July 1. Heithaus, who […]

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Saving Aquarius

Saving Aquarius

How FIU stepped forward to bring the world’s only underwater ocean laboratory back into operation and advance marine science research […]

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Photo of a young girl in Pakistan by National Geographic Society Photojournalist Annie Griffiths.

National Geographic photojournalist to discuss empowering women in developing countries March 20

FIU is hosting National Geographic Society photojournalist Annie Griffiths for a talk and book signing on March 20. Titled “Alternative […]

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

Animal-borne video cameras reveal secret lives of sea turtles

There is no shortage of tomfoolery in the daily lives of sea turtles. Challenging a feisty crab. Chance encounters with […]

TEDxFIU: World’s only underwater sea lab

TEDxFIU: World’s only underwater sea lab

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