When Florida International University (FIU) bat biologist Kirsten Bohn moved into the South Florida city, she first observed the rare colony of bats while enjoying a cocktail on her balcony one night.
The history of bats and Bacardi, and the FIU researcher who is trying to protect a colony of endangered Florida bonnetted bats.
An FIU biologist has started organizing a brigade of citizen scientists to fan out through Miami as the sun sets to search for the bonneted bat and listen for its call.
After 26 years with the College of Arts & Sciences (CAS), Kenneth G. Furton assumed his new role with FIU July 1 as provost and executive vice president.
Ten years later, as the work of the GLOWS program scales down on four continents, FIU has distinguished itself as a global solution center for one of the most urgent environmental and public health and problems on the planet.
FIU's Aquarius Reef Base was highlighted in a recent BBC article featuring places where you can live under the sea.
Evan Rhem, a biological sciences Ph.D. student and researcher at Fairchild Tropical Botanical Gardens, has spent three years in Manú National Park (Peru) studying how the region’s tropical cloud forests will adapt to climate change.
Maureen Donnelly, associate dean of graduate studies in the College of Arts & Sciences and professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, has been named president elect of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists (ASIH).
An unprecedented marine heat wave that swept the Southeast Indian Ocean in 2011 has given FIU scientists a glimpse into the future of climate change.
FIU graduate student Elena Neibaur is currently on assignment with the Master's International Peace Corps program in Mexico. Learn more about how you can support her efforts to improve basic access to clean water for people in Puebla, Mexico.