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Message from Dean Heithaus – Spring Semester 2021

Message from Dean Heithaus – Spring Semester 2021

Welcome to the Spring Semester! I hope this new semester finds you healthy, connected and ready for better days ahead. […]

Worldwide survey is lifeline for sharks

Worldwide survey is lifeline for sharks

Patricia Heithaus spends her days in front of a computer screen watching videos of coral reefs. The grandmother of four […]

Memorandum: Welcome back faculty and staff – Fall 2020

Memorandum: Welcome back faculty and staff – Fall 2020

Dean Mike Heithaus welcomed back faculty and staff in a memorandum sent on Monday, Aug. 31, 2020. Dear faculty and […]

Grandmother, retired professor counts sharks and rays. They count on her, too.

Grandmother, retired professor counts sharks and rays. They count on her, too.

A retired grandmother of four in landlocked Mount Vernon, Ohio holds the distinction of being the top volunteer for the […]

Heithaus dives into importance of volcanoes and life underwater

Heithaus dives into importance of volcanoes and life underwater

Mike Heithaus, shark researcher in the Institute of Environment and dean of the College of Arts, Sciences & Education, became […]

A message from the Dean on Black Lives Matter

A message from the Dean on Black Lives Matter

Dear CASE Family,  As the largest college at one of the biggest universities in the United States, we have an […]

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 […]

Message from Dean Heithaus

Message from Dean Heithaus

During this time of great uncertainty, I wanted to take a moment to reach out and let you know the […]

Memorandum: Urgent COVID-19 update

Memorandum: Urgent COVID-19 update

Dean Michael R. Heithaus gave an update on the coronavirus and university closures in a memorandum sent on Wednesday, March […]

Welcome to Spring 2020

Welcome to Spring 2020

Dean Michael R. Heithaus sent a memorandum to welcome faculty and staff back for Spring 2020 semester on Friday, Jan. […]