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College of Arts, Sciences & Education Events

March 2019

Friday, March 1

Botany Journal Club

The Botany Journal Club meets to discuss recent articles across a broad spectrum of botanical interests. Graduate and undergraduate students are welcome.

Monday, March 4

Organizational Science Master's Degree Information Session

The Department of Psychology’s new Master’s in Organizational Science program allows students to combine their passion for business and psychology. Join us...

Bioseminar Series: Community Physiological Ecology: Linking animal homeostasis to life history and ecological interactions

Seminar by Dr. Robin Warne (Southern Illinois University Carbondale) presenting his eco-physiological research on life histories and ecological interactions....

Bioseminar series: Investigating Urban Ecology and Sustainability Through the Lens of Urban Ecological Infrastructure

Seminar by Dr. Daniel L. Childers (Arizona State University) presenting his research on urban ecology and sustainability. Polycomm to BBC-MSB105.

Wednesday, March 6

Earth and Environment Seminar Series: Karst processes and the environmental history of the Miami Rock Ridge

in collaboration with the Institute of Water and Environment. Topic: Karst processes and the environmental history of the Miami Rock Ridge. Speaker: Dr....

Thursday, March 7

Women in Science Series: Long-term evolution of volcanic fields: inputs from geochronology, geochemistry, and statistical analysis

Topic: Long-term evolution of volcanic fields: inputs from geochronology, geochemistry, and statistical analysis. Speaker: Dr. Aurelie Germa, Assistant...

Barbara Gordon Memorial Lecture 2019

Please join us for the Barbara Gordon Memorial Lecture 2019 on Thursday, March 7 at 6:30 p.m. in SASC 100 at FIU’s Modesto A. Maidique Campus. We will be...

Friday, March 8

What do black holes look like: Staring at the beast?

Dr. James Webb will discuss the existence of black holes in conjunction with the new Event Horizon Telescope.

Friday, March 15

10th Annual Bash for the Bay Fundraiser

Fundraiser to raise money for Friends of Rookery Bay Includes an auction prize package that offers a once-in-a-lifetime chance to scuba dive at Aquarius...

Saturday, March 16

4Ocean Beach Clean Up

FIU's Center for Coastal Oceans Research will be participating in 4Ocean's Beach Clean Up event at Bahia Honda State Park. Let 4Ocean know you'll be able to...

Monday, March 18

7th Annual Women in Science Seminar: "Steminism: Advocating for Equality in STEM"

The MARC U*STAR and QBIC Programs are excited to present our Seventh Annual Women in Science Seminar! We will expose attendees to exceptional FIU women in...

Bioseminar Series: Modeling Carbon and Nutrients to Inform Ecosystem Management

Seminar by Dr. Andrea Nocentini (FIU) presenting his research quantifying how fire can be used as a management tool to enhance carbon accumulation and...

Wednesday, March 20

Psychology Conference (PSYCH-CON) 2019

The Psychology Undergraduate Student Careers Conference will be held on Wednesday March 20th 2019, at the FIU Biscayne Bay Campus- WUC Ballrooms from 10...

Deconstructing Mass Shootings & Domestic Violence as a Feminist Issue

Spend the afternoon with Dr. Michaela Moura-Kocoglu as she presents her lecture on intersectionality, violence, and misogyny in today's political climate.

CASE CAREER: CALLING ALL JUNIORS

Do you feel confident? It's your third year of college and there are a few things you may want to know more about.This workshop addresses third year...

Thursday, March 21

#StayWoke: The Language and Literacies of the #BlackLivesMatter Movement

Dr. Elaine Richardson, Professor of Literacy Studies from the Department of Teaching and Learning at The Ohio State University will be the 2019 Our Common...

Friday, March 22

Earth and Environment Seminar Series: National Academies’ independent scientific reviews of Everglades Restoration

Topic: Everglades Restoration Speaker: Stephanie Johnson, Water Science & Technology Board, National Academy of Sciences

Monday, March 25

Bioseminar series: Global change effects on stream consumers: implications for ecosystem function

Seminar by Dr. Amanda Rugenski (Odum School of Ecology, University of Georgia) presenting her research on how global change affects consumer populations and...

Tuesday, March 26

Botany Journal Club

The Botany Journal Club meets to discuss recent articles across a broad spectrum of botanical interests. Graduate and undergraduate students are welcome.