FIU's Rene Price and Juliet Pinto discuss researchers' predictions for tidal flooding in Miami and Key West over the next fifteen years.
Five FIU students, all aspiring writers, have been selected to take part in a six-week Everglades wilderness expedition this fall, leading to the publication of their stories, poems and essays about their experiences in the famed River of Grass.
FIU’s Phillip Carter was recently asked by “Inside Edition” to analyze the latest propaganda video released by the terror group known as ISIS, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syri
FIU graduate student and palm curator at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Sara Edelman, wants to know: What kind of palm are you?
FIU biologist Kirsten Bohn has been leading efforts to locate precisely where a rare colony of bats roost by day, count their numbers and gather any other information that could help preserve them.
Weeks of searching for a roost for the rare Florida bonneted bat around a Coral Gables golf course, with scores of volunteers training smart phones and iPads to the night sky to detect high-frequency calls, ended quietly early one morning last month when a lone dog walker heard a call coming from a nearby house.
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.