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.
Recent atmospheric science graduate, Vanessa Vinent, has found a position at WPBF 25.
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.