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

FIU establishes Barley Professorship in Everglades Research

FIU establishes Barley Professorship in Everglades Research

Rudolf Jaffé, environmental chemist at FIU, has been named the first George Barley Professor in Everglades Research. FIU recently established […]

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FIU: Creating solutions for South Florida

President Mark B. Rosenberg hosted a Worlds Ahead screening Nov. 2 in the Graham Center Ballrooms at Modesto A. Maidique […]

Babbitt Calls for Political Consensus at Geopolitical Summit

Babbitt Calls for Political Consensus at Geopolitical Summit

Bruce Babbitt, former United States secretary of the interior, is calling for political consensus to deal with the world’s most […]

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FIU Geopolitical Summit comes to a close, encourages discussion

FIU Geopolitical Summit comes to a close, encourages discussion

The politics of environmental policy, the impact of health care reform and the global challenges of poverty were among the […]

Biology professor awarded NSF grant for pioneering work on coral reefs

Biology professor awarded NSF grant for pioneering work on coral reefs

Coral reefs around the world are in crisis. In the Caribbean alone, coral reefs have experienced drastic losses in the […]

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FIU establishes Montgomery Botanical Graduate Fellowship

FIU establishes Montgomery Botanical Graduate Fellowship

FIU and Montgomery Botanical Center in Coral Gables have entered into a joint research collaboration. College of Arts & Sciences […]

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Congresswoman tours marine ecosystems

U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., stepped out on a research boat with FIU Marine Sciences Professor James Fourqurean June […]

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Gulf oil spill takes center stage at FIU teach-in

FIU experts discussed various issues surrounding the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico during a teach-in Saturday at […]

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Researcher returns to lab after shark bite

FIU researcher Kirk Gastrich is back to work in the Marine Sciences lab at the Biscayne Bay Campus after a […]

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FIU responds to Gulf oil crisis

By Susan Feinberg The oil spill caused by an explosion and sinking of the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig in the […]

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Crisis in the Gulf of Mexico: An FIU Teach-in

WHAT: Florida International University’s School of Environment and Society (SEAS) is hosting a teach-in on the Gulf oil spill crisis […]

Rethink summer: FIU to host more than a dozen camps

Rethink summer: FIU to host more than a dozen camps

Summertime is just around the corner and FIU is offering camps in art, culture and sports to keep kids active […]

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FIU researcher recuperating from shark bite

FIU researcher recuperating from shark bite

FIU researcher Kirk Gastrich is recuperating after a close encounter with a 6-foot lemon shark Wednesday, April 28. Gastrich was […]

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U.S. Rep. Wasserman Schultz visits FIU

U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., visited FIU’s Biscayne Bay Campus April 13 to learn more about the new School […]

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FIU appoints sustainability committee

FIU has appointed an 18-member Sustainability Committee to lead the university’s green initiatives. Environmental activism has been a long-standing focus […]

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