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New “Exploration Science” program is open for applications, looks pretty freakin’ awesome.

• Uncategorized • June 11, 2013

The University of Miami has started a new Master of Professional Science program called “Exploration Science“. The program will teach students both the theory and skills behind field-based research, and graduates will be well equipped to lead field research expeditions in a variety of environments around the world. Classes include “Exploration Technology”, a course on […]

Your homework: Find an environmental problem on campus, and fix it! Increasing sustainability at the UM food court

SustainabilityFebruary 26, 2013

In the fall of 2012, I took a class entitled “Using Communications to Influence Health and Environmental Policy: Theory and Practice”. The readings and discussions were fascinating, but what really got me excited was the semester project. Working with a group of other students, we were asked to identify an environmental problem on campus, and […]

What killed this lemon shark? University of Miami scientists perform necropsy to solve this mystery

biology, Life in the Lab, marine science, Natural Science, Science, sharksAugust 15, 2011

Last week, volunteers monitoring a sea turtle nesting beach on Virginia Key came across a beached lemon shark. They called in scientists from the University of Miami’s RJ Dunlap Marine Conservation program, including myself . Dunlap program director Dr. Neil Hammerschlag decided to film the necropsy to use as an online teaching tool. The end […]

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