Categories | The Water School at FGCU

Spring 2022 President’s and Dean’s lists honor top scholars

July 5, 2022 0

Florida Gulf Coast University honors its top scholars each semester by naming undergraduate students to the President’s List or Dean’s...

Environmental educators emphasize strength of localizing lessons

July 5, 2022 0

Planting the seeds of environmental stewardship in a child’s consciousness early can reap lifelong benefits. That’s why a team from...

For the love of science: Engineering profs are a team in lab and life

April 5, 2022 0

What do TV comedy power-couple Jim and Pam of “The Office,” world-renowned scientists Marie and Pierre Curie and Hollywood stars...

FGCU at 25: Prof becomes one of first to achieve an unlikely honor

March 3, 2022 0

In the last 25 years, many tales have been told about the founding of this illustrious institution. Some are true....

FGCU research aims to protect and grow oyster population

February 24, 2022 0

Oysters are a small species with a big job. Serving as a natural filtration system, these shellfish help keep water...

Alumna dives deep into waterway health in southern Florida

February 1, 2022 0

Environmental studies grad works as science technician for South Florida Water Management District...

Marine sciences grad has no problem being a ‘buzz kill’ in mosquito control

October 5, 2021 0

Most newly minted college graduates seek a first step on a career path that will generate a lot of buzz....

Former DEP Secretary Valenstein joins The Water School at FGCU

August 24, 2021 0

Florida Gulf Coast University announces Noah Valenstein, J.D., as the first presidential fellow in water policy for The Water School . This appointment...