Yonanas, invented by FIU College of Arts & Sciences alumni Brian and Eileen Machovina, has been named the holiday gift for the healthy eater on everyone's shopping list by the Miami Herald.
Students from David Lawrence K-8 Center learned about exotic invasive species and local ecosystems through SEAS' "Discover Our Backyard" Program.
FIU graduate student Annik Adey-Babinski has been recognized with publication in Best New Poets 2014 for her poem "Wash Bucket".
The University of Miami is hosting a symposium on zebrafish research and advances.
Part of the Miami 2100 FIU exhibition, a panel discussion moderated by FIU's Dr. Evelyn Gaiser.
As part of the Ocean Life series, Christopher J. Gervais of the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF) will present two brief documentaries which highlight the plight of two unique species.
This two-semester program combines in-class and online teaching during the spring and a field course during the summer B semester. The objectives of the course are to provide students with knowledge of how the human and environmental dimensions interact to create the current context in the Peruvian Amazon.
NOAA Fisheries Sea Grant Fellowship is now accepting applications for Population and Ecosystem Dynamics and Marine Resource Economics fellowsips.
The Florida Chapter has a new position opening for a Director of Freshwater Conservation to provide technical and scientific support and leadership for the Chapter's conservation initiatives.