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The Department of Earth and Environment is pleased to announce the availability of a new tenured/tenure-track position in Horticulture.Click here for full announcement.
Krish Jayachandran was recently interviewed by the Reuters News Service over the recent concerns with orange juice imported from Brazil. Please follow the link: http://www.cbs19.tv/story/16524146/pesticide-found-in-orange-juice-from-brazil.
New Research Assistantships at the Master's and PhD level funded by the USDA National Needs Fellows (NNF) and Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI) Program are available.
Christopher Gillette's photograph has been featured on the cover of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.Two recent books also use Chris's images on their covers and throughout: http://www.ugapress.org/index.php/books/invasive_pythons http://www.amazon.com/Frogs-Animal-Answer-Guide-Guides/dp/0801899354 Chris also maintains a photography website http://www.chrisgillette.com/
Graduate students David Lagomasino and Stephanie Long have been designated NASA student ambassadors for STEM workforce development.
Dr Assefa Melesse spent February 15-29, 2012 at Egerton University in Kenya and University of Dar es salaam in Tanzania organizing and leading a workshop on river basin hydrology in the face of climate change and land use dynamics.
Professor Len Scinto honored as 2012 Top Scholar Click here for more details
Students participate in collegiate weather forecasting Earth and Environment students participated in WxChallenge, the North American collegiate weather forecasting competition. This year, students started a weather forecasting team that competes against other meteorology programs across the country via the website WxChallenge.com run by the University of Oklahoma.
Graduate students David Lagomasino and Stephanie Long, NASA student ambassadors for STEM workforce development, have fostered FIU's participation in the International Space Apps Challenge, a 2 day technology development 'codeathon' during which citizens from around the world will work together to solve current challenges relevant to both space exploration and social need.
The Department of Earth and Environment has announced the winners of its first Annual Graduate Symposium, which was held April 11 2012.
FIU is one of the first universities in the nation to receive the U.S. Department of Agricultureâ€™s newly implemented Hispanic-Serving Agricultural Colleges and Universities (HSACU) designation. Click here for more information
Dr Shimelis G. Setegn conducted short training workshop on GIS and hydrological modeling for land and water resources management in UNAM - Universidad Nacional AutÃ³noma de MÃ©xico, Mexico City, from 30 March to 3 April 2012.
Professor Krish Jayachandran is one of the winners of the 2012 Faculty Senate Excellence in teaching Award.
FIU alumni Vivian Gonzalez from WSVN talks about her career and introduces FIU's weather/climate program.
This summer, three FIU atmospheric sciences seniors, Tony Cosio, Astryd Rodriguez and Heather Vazquez, are participating in NSF sponsored Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) programs.
Professor David Barton Bray of the Department of Earth & Environment is an invited speaker at the prestigious 5th Annual Aspen Environmental Forum in Aspen, Colorado June 22-25, 2012.
Candace Campos -- one of the first students to graduate from FIU Earth and Environment’s Atmospheric Sciences Track -- has accepted a position as Chief Meteorologist at station KVAL in Eugene Oregon.
Hugh Willoughby participated (with Max Mayfield, Frank Marks and Rick Knabb) in a NOAA-sponsored roundtable leading up to the 20th anniversary of Hurricane Andrew. Curtis Morgan has a nice summary of what we said starting on the front page of Section B of today’s Herald.
Three atmospheric sciences majors from the Department of Earth and Environment are literally chasing their dreams this summer.
FIU will break ground on the Academic Health Center 5 building. The building will house the Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work, the Extreme Events Institute and the Department of Earth and Environment from the College of Arts & Sciences.
Faculty member Assefa Melesse has published his second book. It is "Evaporation and Evapotranspiration: Measurements and Estimations" and is published by Springer Science publishers.
Student researches alternative way to grow plants.
Channel 10 interview with Dr. Willoughby on Hurricane Sandy.
FIU News story on Governmental Relations featuring Dr. Bhat.
College of Arts and Sciences Land Steward Position Available.
Stephany Alvarez-Ventura wins First Place in the Outstanding Thesis in Food and Agricultural Sciences Competition 2013-- a national competition held by the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE), in partnership with the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
Student, alumni and faculty talks on Everglades hydrology, Gulf of Mexico oil spill, and geology of Spanish, Mexican and Romanian mountains.
Their research spans climate change, hydrology, paleoceanography, tectonics, and weather.