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

Honduran students visit

Honduran students visit

More than 25 agroscience juniors from the Universidad Nacional de Agricultura (UNA) in Honduras were hosted by the FIU Agroecology […]

Grant renewed for biomedical and behavioral research program

Grant renewed for biomedical and behavioral research program

FIU received a five-year renewal for its Minority Biomedical Research Support-Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement (MBRS-RISE) Program. Funded by the […]

Researcher to explore sustainability of freshwater resources

Researcher to explore sustainability of freshwater resources

FIU is part of a consortium of universities launching a study on water sustainability in the Sunbelt, with hopes of […]

Giant eyeball puts biodiversity in focus

Giant eyeball puts biodiversity in focus

Giant eyeballs aren’t a regular topic of conversation for FIU professor Heather Bracken-Grissom. But then again, such things don’t normally […]

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FIU signs agreement with the EPA

During a ceremony Sept. 28, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) entered into an agreement with FIU to support campus […]

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Adelin Gasana to screen ‘Cuban America’ at BBC

Adelin Gasana to screen ‘Cuban America’ at BBC

The School of Environment, Arts and Society (SEAS) is commemorating Hispanic Heritage Month with a screening of Cuban America Tuesday, […]

Internships, fellowships help Panthers make their way in the world

Internships, fellowships help Panthers make their way in the world

The FIU family has myriad reasons to feel the pride and chief among them are the university’s students. Recently, nine […]

The Lehane preview

The Lehane preview

FIU grad Dennis Lehane MFA ’01 has a new novel titled Live by Night coming out on Oct. 2 – […]

Senior Agroecology Student Nall Moonilall conducts research at FIU's Organic Garden on the Modesto A. Maidique campus.

Student researches alternative way to grow plants

FIU Environmental Studies student Nall Moonilall would like to see food and plants grown in a more environmentally sustainable way, […]

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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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