Curious to know if flooding will destroy your house by the end of the century? Take a trip over to the Coral Gables Museum and find out for yourself.The museum currently features an exhibit on sea level rise put together by FIU students and faculty.
Less than two years after its grand opening, MAST@FIU, the only four-year high school on a university campus in Miami-Dade County, has been rated one of the top high schools in the nation for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education.
FIU researchers have traced the evolution of bioluminescence in deep-sea shrimps. The study, led by marine scientists Juliet Wong, Jorge L. Perez-Moreno and Heather Bracken-Grissom in the FIU Department of Biological Sciences, is the most comprehensive study of evolutionary relationships between deep-sea shrimps to date.
A panel discussion on recent literary research featuring Nathaniel Cadle, Paul Feigenbaum, Jason Pearl, and Martha Schoolman.
The School of International and Public Affairs invites you to attend a lecture by Dr. Michael Mann on "Understanding Global Warming and Envisioning Local Impacts." This event is sponsored by Ruth K. and Shepard Broad Distinguished Lecture Series.
A panel discussion on immigration reform featuring Archbishop Thomas Wenski, Helen Aguirre Ferre, Gepsie Metellus, and Dahlia Walker-Huntington.
The International SeaKeepers Society is looking for summer interns to assist with programmatic activities.
Ecology and Environment, Inc. is a fully integrated environmental consulting firm committed to sustainable development through responsible environmental stewardship. They are seeking an on-call Environmental Scientist to support projects in the Florida City area.
Joint the Institute of Regional Conservation to celebrate more than a decade of work on the native plants of Everglades National Park. George Gann will highlight the massive collection effort to document the status of rare plants in the park.