Maureen Kenny, Sat Gavassa Becerra, Paul Feigenbaum, and Jose Almirall all honored at this years Faculty Convocation!
Four FIU students will have the chance to participate in a groundbreaking research and education expedition into the Arctic’s Northwest Passage in the summer of 2017. Students selected for the mission, which will include three FIU undergraduate students and one graduate student, will serve as part of the crew and participate in the filming of a documentary. They will work alongside a team of ocean scientists, historians, and Arctic naturalists.
When’s the last time you drew something? Drawing assistant professor Michael Namkung says drawing can help us understand the most difficult of subjects. Namkung has launched a website to show how important drawing is in the lives of everyday people. Geology professor Grenville Draper will show how he uses drawings routinely in his research and teaching.
Show your Panther Pride at the Preserve!!! The FIU Nature Preserve (NP) provides many opportunities for students and non-students to get involved in various volunteer activities. We have projects and activities for all skill levels; such as but not limited to: tree and brush cutting, invasive species control, plantings, habitat improvements, and nature/ recreation trails maintenance.
This Friday, October 28th, Dr. David Farris, Assistant professor, Florida State University, Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science, Tallahassee, Florida will speak on on: "Subduction Initiation in the Panama Arc"
An exhibit of photos and interpretive material from the UNESCO funded trip of Clyde Butcher. Join us for the opening on Nov 1 for a panel discussion on South Florida ecosystems and Cuba.
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