Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) removes surgeonfish from Florida waters, putting a stop to this invasive Indo-Pacific species and protecting our ecosystem.
More than 6,000 years old, the 16-acre preserve at the MMC has never been more alive. Boasting about 10,000 visitors a year, it is home to more than 450 plant and animal species, including many that are endangered. It serves as a living laboratory for FIU courses, as well as an outdoor classroom/park for local residents.
John Dufresne, professor at FIU's Creative Writing MFA program, is the author of five novels, two of which were New York Times Notable Books of the Year, two short story collections and two books on writing and creativity. In his 2014 TEDxFIU talk, Dufresne takes you on a journey inside a writer’s mind and shows you his approach to creating a story.
FIU/SEAS will be leading a special session at the National Council for Science and the Environment, 15th National Conference and Global Forum on Science, Policy and the Environment focused on Energy and Climate Change, January 27-29 in Washington, DC.
FIU English department presents a discussion of Law School for English majors.
Join us for an open house to learn about FIU's Professional Science Master of Environmental Policy and Management.
Aquarius Reef Base’s DMT training program provides a focused didactic and practical training that addresses recognition, stabilization and treatment of decompression and other diving-‐related injuries.
Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR) is currently seeking applications for an Environmental Education Intern position. This position is responsible for leading school, group and public programs designed with environmental education in mind.
The Institute for Regional Conservation is looking for Ecological Restoration and Management Crew Leaders in the Florida Keys and Miami. Crew Leaders are primarily responsible for leading all operations in the field for specified exotic plant control projects.