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Partnership with alumnus-led non-profit brings diverse voices with climate crisis solutions

Partnership with alumnus-led non-profit brings diverse voices with climate crisis solutions

By Sajida Malik FIU’s Institute of Environment has partnered with an FIU alum’s non-profit because solving for the world’s ongoing […]

Ph.D. student’s research will help protect sea turtles, marine communities

Ph.D. student’s research will help protect sea turtles, marine communities

By: Carolina Maria It takes a lot of seagrass to support a healthy sea turtle population. What a healthy sea […]

How an undergraduate scholarship helped a marine biology alum start her research

How an undergraduate scholarship helped a marine biology alum start her research

Undergraduate research fellowships at FIU are helping researchers uncover more information about the Sargassum that frequently fouls our beaches. Marine […]

FIU alumnus awarded prestigious NSF CREST postdoctoral research fellowship

FIU alumnus awarded prestigious NSF CREST postdoctoral research fellowship

By Taylor Gutierrez An FIU alumnus is blending research from three universities in an attempt to discover how marine life […]

Don’t judge a book – or creepy crawler – by its cover

Don’t judge a book – or creepy crawler – by its cover

By Sajida Malik Warning: this will make your skin crawl! Check out 5 creepy crawlers that researchers in FIU’s Institute […]

Communications training for a return to the moon takes place at Aquarius

Communications training for a return to the moon takes place at Aquarius

Whether one is diving on the ocean floor or walking on the surface of the moon, successful communication with mission […]

Can long-lasting Styrofoam boxes incubate sea turtle eggs?

Can long-lasting Styrofoam boxes incubate sea turtle eggs?

By Carolina Maria Two undergraduate students are helping conduct research to determine whether Styrofoam containers — long hated for their […]

Up Close: Tom Frankovich

Up Close: Tom Frankovich

By Sajida Malik At the College of Arts, Sciences & Education, we’re training the next generation of changemakers. Our faculty […]

Small plastics can lead to a big problem

Small plastics can lead to a big problem

By Taylor Gutierrez Our coastal and wetland ecosystems are facing very real pollution threats from an invader so tiny, it […]

Meet Sylvia Earle, a lifelong oceanographer

Meet Sylvia Earle, a lifelong oceanographer

The College of Arts, Sciences & Education is bringing Sylvia Earle for the inaugural Explorers & innovators Lecture Series on […]