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Graduate student Mary Tiedeman on Milwaukee Public Radio last Friday
Mary Tiedeman on the Blog in Soil Science Society of America discussion about salt effect on soils.
FIU joins Miami Heat, Miccosukee tribe to protect the Everglades.
See minute 18 or so. The future of fishing in Islamorada depends on saving the Florida Keys' most valuable asset. Can anglers, activists and politicians come together to fix it?
Temperature Dips and South Florida Vegetation.
Invasive fish increasingly fill waterways - including remote canals of the states protected wildernesses.
Congratulations to the winners and all the graduate students who participated!
The 2016 Faculty Author Day, featured on the FIU News, mentioned Dr. Khoddamzadeh's book chapter on "Orchid Biotechnology."
Congratulations to Dr. Krishnaswamy Jayachandran for receipt of the 2017 Faculty Award for Service. Congratulations to Dr. Ping Zhu for receipt of the 2017 Faculty Award for Excellence in Research and Creative Activities.
The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) Governing Board approves a three-year research contract with FIU to test a crucial Everglades restoration hypothesis in the District's Loxahatchee Impoundment Landscape Assessment (LILA) facility in West Palm Beach County.
Dr. Steven Haggerty talked to Mining Weekly Online's Martin Creamer on the potential to farm for metals in South Africa.
Mason Bradbury and Aldo Farah, both PhD candidates in the Department of Earth & Environment, have been awarded a prestigious fellowship by the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) in Annapolis, MD. The fellowship allows Mr. Bradbury and Mr. Farah to participate in SESYNC's fifth Graduate student Workshop on socio-Environmental Synthesis from January 23-25. They were two of a limited number of applicants chosen.
Prof. David Barton Bray, Professor in the Department of Earth and Environment, was a Keynote Speaker at the V CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE SERVICIOS ECOSISTÉMICOS EN LOS NEOTRÓPICOS (5th International Congress on Ecosystem Services in the Neotropics) held in Oaxaca City, Oaxaca Nov. 13-16, 2007. He addressed the Congress on the subject “Ecosystem Goods and Ecosystem Services: Can Either One Benefit Rural Producers in Latin America”.
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.
The Department of Earth & Environment is inviting applications for a non-tenure Earning instructor Position in Geosciences
SunSentinel mentions Dr. Krishnaswamy Jayachandran in an article that talks about a planned farm programs for Plantation Middle School
For more information, please click on the link
The Department of Earth & Environment is inviting applications for a non-tenure earning instructor position in Geosciences.
Dr. Mike Sukop talks about the flood risk in South Florida in an article written by the Miami Herald.
FIU News did a story on Cody Eggenberger, MS student in the Department of Earth & Environment and one of the recipients of this year's Everglades Foundation Fellowship, along with Anteneh Abiy (PhD fellow)
Visionaries wanted for the 2018 spring course in interdisciplinary research and design studio.
FIU invites applicants for a senior faculty position in Earth and Environment (Associate Professor or Professor). Click for more information
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.
The Department of Earth and Environment (E&E) at Florida International University (FIU) invites applicants for a non-tenure earning instructor position in Geosciences.
A recent article in National Geographic highlighted field experiences and research by Dr. Elizabeth Anderson, Assistant Professor in the Department of Earth and Environment. Dr. Anderson and her collaborators’ work has examined the ecological role of native hippos in East Africa and human-wildlife interactions with introduced hippos in Colombia.