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

Rescuing endangered wild orchids from a man-made flood

This article, co-authored by FIU Department of Earth and Environment Assistant Professor Hong Liu, was originally published in Tropical Garden magazine […]

FIU Agroecology students pose in front of the U.S. Capitol in early March.

FIU takes D.C.

Students from the FIU Agroecology Program visited Washington, D.C., to take part in the Multicultural Scholars (MSP) and National Needs […]

Geoscience students explore Death Valley

Geoscience students explore Death Valley

For some, spring break means lazy days at the beach. But for 13 FIU students, Spring Break 2012 meant trading […]

Spring shopping at BBC

Spring shopping at BBC

Rita M. Cauce, librarian at the FIU Green Library, browses through shirts from a local vendor at the Biscayne Bay […]

"Peanut" the owl monkey lounges at his home in the DuMond Conservancy.

FIU primatologist to talk monkey business, chasing dreams

Sian Evans, FIU professor and managing director of the DuMond Conservancy, will present “Anthropoid Adventures” Tuesday, March 27 at the […]

Alligator researcher wins science policy experience in Washington, D.C.

Alligator researcher wins science policy experience in Washington, D.C.

Adam Rosenblatt, a Ph.D. candidate in the FIU Department of Biological Sciences, has been awarded the 2012 Graduate Student Policy […]

Endangered butterfly takes up residence on BBC

Endangered butterfly takes up residence on BBC

The Atala butterfly, once thought extinct in Florida, has found a new home in the gardens of FIU’s Biscayne Bay […]

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NFL cheerleader turned scientist to give lecture at FIU

NFL cheerleader turned scientist to give lecture at FIU

Mireya Mayor, anthropologist, primatologist, wildlife correspondent and motivational speaker, will present “My Wild Life” Friday, March 23 at Rafael Diaz-Balart […]

FIU to honor Isabel Allende at BBC special event

FIU to honor Isabel Allende at BBC special event

Acclaimed Latin American author Isabel Allende will visit FIU Monday, March 5, to receive a literary award from the Creative […]

Researcher to discuss Cuban turtles, marine biodiversity at Luna Star Cafe

Researcher to discuss Cuban turtles, marine biodiversity at Luna Star Cafe

Fernando Bretos, a research associate at The Ocean Foundation (TOF), will present “Cuba: The Accidental Eden” Tuesday, Feb. 28 at […]

FIU joins STEM education national dialogue at 100Kin10 Partner Summit

FIU joins STEM education national dialogue at 100Kin10 Partner Summit

As a partner in the 100Kin10 movement, FIU is participating in today’s 100Kin10 Partner Summit in Washington, D.C. The initiative […]

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 […]