Environmental Science News

ES Student Sarah Huff is 2016 Florida Sea Grant Scholar

Sarah Huff is earning her master’s degree in Environmental Science at FAU, where she is studying the effects of Sphaeroma terebrans, a tiny but highly destructive, mangrove-boring isopod that causes extensive damage to the prop roots of red mangroves. Learn More>

Out of Equilibrium in a Warming World: Glaciers and Sea Level Change

Dr. Alex Gardner, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, will present the fourth talk of the CES Environmental Science and Policy Lecture Series on May 3, 2016 at 3:00 PM Learn More>

ES Students Win Recognition for Research in Spring 2016

Environmental Science Master's thesis students Ashley Jackson won second place and Jenna May won third place for their poster presentations at the 2016 meeting of the Florida Wildlife Society

At the FAU Environmental Science Retreat, ES students Lisa Reger won first place place and Daniel Hagood won second place for their poster presentations.

Dr. Henry Gholz, NSF Program Director, Speaks at 2016 Environmental Science Retreat

Where does funding for university research come from? Why is it so hard to get? How does this affect you and your future?  Dr. Henry Gholz provided insights on programs that fund environmental research at the National Science Foundation and discussed the larger context for research funding at U.S. Universities.  His talk derived from his dual experience as a professor of ecology (and PI) and 15 years of program management at the NSF. Learn More>