Facilitated by Tropical Audubon Society, South Florida's nonprofit Voice of Conservation, in partnership with Florida International University, numerous environmental and area business partners have come together to host the Environmental Leadership Workshop at FIU on October 11 & 12.
A collaboration between a Miami area high-tech company and Florida International University has improved ways to capture South Florida’s environment to help scientists, citizens, and local governments prepare for future storms and rising seas.
FIU, in collaboration with the Coral Gables Museum, is presenting “Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow: Jewish Refugee Scholars at Black Colleges”, an exhibit offering a narrative of the offbeat encounters of these two groups, each the object of exclusion and hatred in the segregated South.
This event will be the public introduction of the exhibition—Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow—hosted by the Coral Gables Museum.
More than 70 high school and college students from Miami-Dade County will spend several hours examining potential flood waters on Miami Beach on Oct. 9 as part of King Tide Day, the day when tides have led to massive flooding throughout parts of South Florida.
In this two hour workshop, participants will gain exposure to the various components of a geographic information system, data models used, and some geoprocessing capabilities.
The John G. Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, Illinois is seeking candidates for a postdoctoral research associate focusing on benthic marine invertebrate ecology in The Bahamas.
The Science Education Partnership and Assessment Laboratory – at San Francisco State University (SFSU) invites applications for two Postdoctoral Fellowships in Biology Education and Research.
The Broward County Environmental Planning and Community Resilience Division currently has three open positions.