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How to celebrate a green Halloween

How to celebrate a green Halloween

By Carolina Maria Halloween might be scary, but it doesn’t have to be a scary time for the environment. Everyone […]

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CASE Summer 2021 Real Triumphs Graduates

A diverse group of men and women in background, nationality, interests and ambitions, these individuals are shining examples of what […]

Graduate student awarded fellowship to study how mangroves react to coastal hazards

Graduate student awarded fellowship to study how mangroves react to coastal hazards

By Paola Burgos-Carrasquillo Mangroves are not indestructible but have been known to stand their ground in hurricanes. It’s that resilience […]

Doctoral candidate secures seat at the table for Spanish speakers at ocean conservation conference

Doctoral candidate secures seat at the table for Spanish speakers at ocean conservation conference

Healthy oceans begin with us. But how can everyone get involved if they don’t speak English? David Riera, a doctoral […]

Alumna trades dance floor for farm fields

Alumna trades dance floor for farm fields

Carin Luna is on the frontlines of disease outbreaks but not of the human variety. She is part of the […]

2021 Climate Corps application now open

2021 Climate Corps application now open

Climate Corps seeks top graduate students with analytical and project management backgrounds who are excited to make an impact through […]

Agroecology Program director recognized as the 2020 American Society of Agronomy Fellow

Agroecology Program director recognized as the 2020 American Society of Agronomy Fellow

Krishnaswamy Jayachandran, director of the Agroecology Program in the Institute of Environment and professor in the Department of Earth and […]

Student works to save endangered orchids with friendly fungi

Student works to save endangered orchids with friendly fungi

Friendly fungi may be the key to helping vulnerable Florida orchid populations rebound. Ellen Garcia, a graduate student in the […]

For biological sciences student, life revolves around orchids

For biological sciences student, life revolves around orchids

Keeping a plant alive takes special care and a good level of patience. Keeping orchids alive and beautiful is tougher […]

Hey farmer, leave them weeds alone

Hey farmer, leave them weeds alone

By Nina Jungman Farmers have spent much of the last century figuring out how to battle pests. Keeping weeds in […]