FIU’s efforts to improve graduation rates and prepare students for high-paying 21st century careers will translate into $25 million in performance funds for the 2016-2017 year.
Researchers attempting the world’s largest-ever survey of shark populations have reached their first 100 reefs, collecting exciting footage along the way. Deploying baited remote underwater video (BRUV) equipment, researchers are catching the ocean’s top predators, including sharks and rays, on camera in their natural habitats.
Evelyn Gaiser can hear music in the cold and warmth from one of Florida’s oldest and deepest lakes. More than an aquatic ecologist, Gaiser is also a classically trained vocalist. She knows as much about music as she does about the diatoms under her microscope. For her, the artist and the scientist live in sync.
Please join The CLEO Institute for the Little Haiti Town Hall on Climate Change. We invite residents, elected officials, government staff, scientists, business, community leaders, students, teachers, faith leaders, and everyone wishing to participate, to discuss how climate change will impact our jobs, safety, homes, and lives.
Join Dr. Michael Heithaus, Dean of the College of Arts, Sciences & Education, for a round table discussion on coral reefs, ocean biodiversity and climate change at the French American Climate Talks on Ocean.
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