FIU graduate student Annik Adey-Babinski has been recognized with publication in Best New Poets 2014 for her poem "Wash Bucket".
Jennifer Rehage, associate professor at SERC at FIU, announced the launch of a comprehensive, three-year study to examine in fine detail what’s going on with the Keys bonefish population, particularly in Florida Bay.
Using two separate grants from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, FIU’s STEM Transformation Institute has been working to encourage the completion of degrees in the sciences.
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.
Miami-Dade County’s Office of Sustainability is once again looking for a few excellent interns. MDC Office of Sustainability is looking for candidates with an environmental background (or related field) and strong writing and organizational skills who can provide a minimum of 10 hours a week.
The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources and the Environmental Program of the University of Vermont invite applications to fill three tenure track positions within a broad theme of sustainability studies and global environmental equity.
This is an incredible study abroad opportunity in China on biodiversity and nature conservation. The three-week course, starting in mid May 2015, includes field trips in Beijing and Sichuan Province, the Giant Panda country.