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A love of nature paves the path for a beloved career

A love of nature paves the path for a beloved career

By Maria Gabriela Gonzalez Starchek Embarking on backpacking expeditions through rivers, mountains, and caves in his native Cuba taught Rafael […]

Undergrads across the U.S. join unique coastal environmental research experience at FIU

Undergrads across the U.S. join unique coastal environmental research experience at FIU

A lucky group of undergraduates from across the nation had the summer of a lifetime exploring the iconic coastal ecosystems […]

Students awarded 2021 Cristina Menendez Memorial Fellowship

Students awarded 2021 Cristina Menendez Memorial Fellowship

Thirteen students across FIU’s College of Arts, Sciences & Education have been awarded the Institute of Environment’s 2021 Cristina Menendez […]

What is water worth?

What is water worth?

Water holds a different value for every creature, culture and climate yet there’s no question it’s one of our planet’s […]

7 things you didn’t know about the Everglades

7 things you didn’t know about the Everglades

In honor of the Florida Everglades turning 73 on Dec. 6, we are sharing seven things that might surprise you. […]

2020 FIU ForEverglades Scholarship Awardees

2020 FIU ForEverglades Scholarship Awardees

Since 2008, the FIU ForEverglades Scholarship has been preparing the next generation of scientists and leaders who will be protecting […]

FIU@Home: Explore water quality monitoring

FIU@Home: Explore water quality monitoring

Home is the first learning laboratory. This series brings opportunities to discover, explore and create to life-long learners everywhere. Through […]

FIU ranks among top in the world for impact on water

FIU ranks among top in the world for impact on water

By JoAnn Adkins FIU has been ranked No. 9 in the world for positive impact on life below water by […]

Earth Systems Science Ph.D. student continues her STEM journey

Earth Systems Science Ph.D. student continues her STEM journey

By Ashley Garcia Christina Estela Brown is a postdoctoral scholar with the National Center for Integrated Coastal Research and the […]

Water being pumped into the Tamiami Canal and then into the Everglades a week after Hurricane Irma

Long term data framework helps map a disturbance’s rich legacy

By Emma Odenweller A national team of researchers, including FIU ecologist Dr. Evelyn Gaiser, is introducing a framework to better […]