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2018 Graduate Student Symposium Winners


Click to see the list of poster/oral presentation winners from the 2018 Earth & Environment Graduate Student Symposium

Miami Herald Writes Article About Sea Level Rise, Siting FIU E&E Faculty


Earth and Environment faculty and their research on the effects of sea level rise on the Everglades are highlighted in today's Miami Herald.

First Annual Earth and Environment Student-Alumni-Faculty Networking Reception


Click on 'More Information' to check out some pictures of this event that took place in the Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden on 2/6/2018, where Earth and Environment alumni came together with students to talk about their experiences in their current careers.

Upcoming Events

Geological Society of America Hydrogeology Division 2018 Birdsall-Dreiss Distinguished Lecture

02/23/2018 03:00 PM

David Boutt, Associate Professor in the Department of Geosciences at University of Massachusetts-Amherst will present Water and Lithium — The nexus of hydrogeosciences and green energy in the transition from fossil fuels

Contact Us

Department of Earth & Environment
Florida International University
11200 SW 8th Street

AHC-5 360
Miami, FL 33199

305-348-3877 (Fax)

Job Opportunities

Non-Tenure Earning Instructor Position in Geosciences

The Department of Earth & Environment is inviting applications for a non-tenure earning instructor position in Geosciences.

Non-Tenure Earning Instructor Position in Environmental Policy.

The Department of Earth and Environment (E&E) at Florida International University (FIU) invites applications for a non-tenure earning Instructor position in Environmental Policy.

Diversity Mentor Professorship in Earth and Environment

FIU invites applicants for a senior faculty position in Earth and Environment (Associate Professor or Professor) as part of FIU's Diversity Mentor Professorship Initiative to recruit excellent STEM faculty with a history and commitment to the mentorship of students from underrepresented and undeserved populations, particularly women and Hispanic-American and African-American students.