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Shakespeare first edition coming to Miami


FIU has been selected as the only site in Florida to host a first complete edition of William Shakespeare's plays. The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum will display First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare.

The Rising Tide Within: From coastlines to the Everglades, researchers tackle sea level rise


South Florida ranks as the world’s most vulnerable urban region in terms of assets exposed to the effects of sea level rise. FIU’s research is dedicated to developing and implementing solutions for the major environmental and economic challenges created by the rising seas.

Sea level rise in our backyard: How do we adapt?


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.

Upcoming Events

Understanding Global Warming and Envisioning Local Impacts

03/16/2015 10:00 AM

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.

Multiple Perspectives on Immigration Reform

03/18/2015 02:00 PM

A panel discussion on immigration reform featuring Archbishop Thomas Wenski, Helen Aguirre Ferre, Gepsie Metellus, and Dahlia Walker-Huntington.

Law of the Sea: Energy, Overfishing, and Pollution

03/20/2015 07:00 PM

As part of the Ocean Life series, FIU water law and ocean policy scholar Ryan Stoa will discuss three of the most pressing issues facing the world’s oceans - energy, overfishing, and pollution - and the laws (or lack thereof) in place to address them.


Onboard Education Officer/Teacher at Sea


The Joides Resolution is accepting applications for Education Officer on Expedition 356: Indonesian Throughflow.

Science Programs Coordinator at SEA


Sea Education Association (SEA) invites applications for the position of Science Programs Coordinator. The Science Programs Coordinator will play a vital role in supporting and promoting science programs on board SEA’s two sailing school vessels and at their campus.

Chequamegon Bay Area Partnership Coordinator


The Chequamegon Bay Area Partnership (CBAP) is seeking a part-time coordinator to assist in achieving its guiding statement: to improve the ecological, economic, and social fabric of the Chequamegon Bay area of Lake Superior through a collaborative natural resource decision-making and implementation team.