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Living on Earth: Everglades tour with John Kominoski

This article first appeared in Living on Earth on April 5, 2019. In a recent Living on Earth podcast, Florida Coastal […]

We are Tropics: Alexander Shepack

We are Tropics: Alexander Shepack

Catching frogs and walking in the rain is more than just a hobby for FIU Tropics PhD student, Alexander Shepack. Working mostly […]

Students awarded Dr. E. George Simms Scholarship

Students awarded Dr. E. George Simms Scholarship

The Dr. E. George Simms Scholarship was established in honor of Dr. Simms’ years of service to FIU and dedication to undergraduate […]

CREST CAChE enters fourth year

CREST CAChE enters fourth year

The CREST Center for Aquatic Chemistry and Environment (CAChE) held its third annual “All Hands Meeting” and student research symposium on March […]

Student works on enhancing legacy of pioneering female botanist

Student works on enhancing legacy of pioneering female botanist

Written by: Ashley Garcia Meily de Leon, a sophomore studying biology is interested in plants. “Plants are big in healthcare […]

SEAS student pays it forward

SEAS student pays it forward

Growing up, William Padua stayed at shelters and faced a lack of sufficient food. Although Padua faced much adversity, the […]

Coral reef restoration and conservation efforts

Coral reef restoration and conservation efforts

Pillar corals may be locally extinct in Florida in five years. Recent PhD graduate, Cindy Lewis discusses the importance of […]

First ever CASE 3MT competition

First ever CASE 3MT competition

First developed by the University of Queensland in 2008, the Three Minute Thesis competition (3MT®) challenges students to communicate the […]

CCOR Travel Award Winners – Spring 2019

CCOR Travel Award Winners – Spring 2019

We are pleased to announce the seven recipients of the Center for Coastal Oceans Research (CCOR) travel awards for the early 2019 […]

We Are Tropics: Matthew Morris

We Are Tropics: Matthew Morris

The danger of extinction for the Florida Grasshopper Sparrow is unfortunately within reach. North America’s most critically endangered bird species, […]