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

Biology doctoral candidate Ross Boucek goes electrofishing for snook in the Everglades.

Students wade through research in the Everglades

Have you ever wondered what the inside of an alligator smells like? Do you know what a symphony of mosquitoes sound […]

Fulbright professor studies fat cells in plants

Fulbright professor studies fat cells in plants

Alejandro Barbieri, associate professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, has been awarded a 2012-2013 Fulbright Scholar Program fellowship. Administered […]

Professor celebrates release of novel on Russian holy fools

Professor celebrates release of novel on Russian holy fools

Debra Dean, professor in the Creative Writing program, is celebrating the release of her latest book, The Mirrored World. The […]

Monster larva’s identity revealed

Monster larva’s identity revealed

For centuries, an elusive larval creature with armor-like horns has kept its true identity a secret. That mystery has been […]

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Global Water for Sustainability: Delivering clean water solutions around the world

Global Water for Sustainability: Delivering clean water solutions around the world

Every year, tourists flock to the Mara River to witness what has been described as one of the greatest spectacles […]

Park Ranger Larry Perez ’96, MS ’08, shares the secrets of the Everglades

Park Ranger Larry Perez ’96, MS ’08, shares the secrets of the Everglades

Like just about every other urban Miamian, Larry Perez ’96, MS ’08, grew up not giving the Everglades much of a […]

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Celebrity Semester: FIU community hears from stars of music, fashion, literature and journalism

Celebrity Semester: FIU community hears from stars of music, fashion, literature and journalism

FIU’s campuses were a popular stop this year. See who stopped by. By Martin Haro ’05 Pulitzer Prize winner Thomas […]

‘The Intersectionist’ to lead discussion on creating opportunities

‘The Intersectionist’ to lead discussion on creating opportunities

Joe Zammit-Lucia, dubbed “The Intersectionist,” will present “Sustainability, Trans-Disciplinarity, and the Arts” Tuesday, Aug. 21, in the Graham Center (GC) […]

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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Be inspired at the FIU Writers Conference Oct. 25-27

Be inspired at the FIU Writers Conference Oct. 25-27

The next J.K. Rowling, Stephen King or Alice Walker can get a boost toward publishing a manuscript by attending the […]

Astryd Rodriguez, a traditionally reserved student according to her FIU professors, can't hide her excitement while encountering a storm during her summer research experience in Kansas.

Students chase storms, dreams this summer

Three atmospheric sciences majors from the Department of Earth and Environment are literally chasing their dreams this summer. The seniors […]

Palm species named after Wertheim Conservatory curator

Palm species named after Wertheim Conservatory curator

When someone refers to the Orania zonae, they’ll be giving a nod to FIU tropical botanist Scott Zona. The species […]

Biologist offers insight into future of the Amazon

Biologist offers insight into future of the Amazon

The Amazon is at a crossroads and decisions made today could have significant impacts on the region’s long-term viability, according […]

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Turtle tracking 101: When all else fails, call your manicurist

Turtle tracking 101: When all else fails, call your manicurist

Sometimes, searching for answers to the oceans’ greatest mysteries requires hard work, a little ingenuity and a good manicurist. A […]

Marine life invokes a love-of-life for one Ph.D. candidate

Marine life invokes a love-of-life for one Ph.D. candidate

Originally from land-locked Cincinnati, Ohio, Elizabeth Lacey credits a family trip when she was 8-years-old to the beaches in California […]