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

Edwidge Danticat to talk about exiles, the arts Feb. 11

Edwidge Danticat to talk about exiles, the arts Feb. 11

Edwidge Danticat will give a talk, “Making Art In Cities of Exile,” Monday, Feb. 11, in Graham Center (GC) 243 […]

5 things to know for Monday

5 things to know for Monday

Things to Know is your weekly guide to keep you informed and in the know. Just read it and go! […]

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Kindergarteners learn about food systems at FIU’s Organic Garden

Kindergarteners learn about food systems at FIU’s Organic Garden

The Agroecology Program, in the Department of Earth and Environment, hosted 160 kindergarteners from Coral Park Elementary on Friday, Jan. […]

Internship profile: Lilian Marrero prepared for a career in water research with NASA internship

Internship profile: Lilian Marrero prepared for a career in water research with NASA internship

This story is part of an occasional series that looks to highlight the benefits students derive from doing internships. FIU […]

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In 2013, Richard Blanco joined a very short list of great American poets, including Robert Frost and Maya Angelou, who have had the honor of being selected as inaugural poets. Blanco, who holds an undergraduate degree in engineering and a master’s degree in creative writing from FIU, recited One Today, an original poem he wrote for President Obama’s second inauguration.

One Today: Presidential Inaugural Poet and FIU Alumnus – Richard Blanco

Today, two-time FIU alumnus Richard Blanco joined a very short list of great American poets, including Robert Frost and Maya […]

Alumni celebrate inaugural weekend in Washington, D.C.

Alumni celebrate inaugural weekend in Washington, D.C.

FIU alumni from around the country gathered Saturday in Washington, D.C., as part of an historic weekend in the nation’s […]

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FIU hosts international conference on biogeography

FIU hosts international conference on biogeography

The sixth biennial conference of the International Biogeography Society (IBS) brought more than 450 scientists from 46 different countries to FIU’s […]

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‘Activist physician’ Joe Greer to give talk Jan. 23

‘Activist physician’ Joe Greer to give talk Jan. 23

Dr. Pedro “Joe” Greer, chair of the Department of Humanities, Health and Society in the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, […]

FIU to operate Aquarius Reef Base

FIU to operate Aquarius Reef Base

FIU has been awarded a grant to continue stewardship of the Aquarius Reef Base, the world’s only operational underwater research […]

Two-time FIU graduate selected as President Obama’s 2013 Inaugural Poet

Two-time FIU graduate selected as President Obama’s 2013 Inaugural Poet

On Jan. 21, the entire world will be watching as President Barack Obama is sworn in on the steps of […]

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There and back again: Richard Blanco ’91, MFA ’97

There and back again: Richard Blanco ’91, MFA ’97

[Editor’s note: Richard Blanco ’91, MFA ’97 has been named the 2013 Inaugural Poet, and will be reading an original […]

Students recognized at national biomedical research conference

Students recognized at national biomedical research conference

Three FIU undergraduate students received awards for their research presented at the 2012 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students […]

FIU to graduate thousands ready to make their mark

FIU to graduate thousands ready to make their mark

More than 4,000 students will receive their bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees next week during three days of graduation ceremonies […]

Grant for Everglades research renewed

Grant for Everglades research renewed

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has granted FIU a $5.88 million grant renewal for the Florida Coastal Everglades (FCE) Long […]

Save a gorilla with your old iPhone

Save a gorilla with your old iPhone

A group of students in Miami have set out to help save the gorillas of central Africa – and with […]