Mike Heithaus, executive director of the School of Environment, Arts and Society and marine sciences professor, has launched the Heithaus Lab Blog which highlights work from long-term studies in Shark Bay, Australia and the Florida Everglades, as well as newer studies across the globe.
The School of Environment, Arts and Society (SEAS) and Zoo Miami will kick off its “Zoo FIU” lecture series Friday, May 17, with a talk by FIU zoologist and ecologist, Kristin Bishop.
FIU’s Global Waters for Sustainability Program (GLOWS) and the Climate Change Research Program at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) hosted a water resources management workshop April 24-25 in Mexico City.
In recognition of International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB), Everglades National Park will host a volunteer event at Shark Valley to increase understanding and awareness of biodiversity issues.
"Coastal Carnivores" features scientists from Florida International University who have been studying predators in the Florida Everglades to understand how these animals will respond to changes in water flows, and to ensure they continue to fulfill their role in the food web.
This classic of the cinema of the Cuban diaspora humorously chronicles the life of a Cuban Family in the United States.
RS&H is currently seeking an Environmental Intern in the Ft. Lauderdale, FL office.
The Education Index at PhDs.org is the Internet’s premier source of updated, clear educational data about undergraduate and graduate programs in the United States.
Students learn about the taxonomy, anatomy, development, physiology and ecology of invertebrate groups.