Search results for: water
- 210 results found

FGCU launches comprehensive campaign to ensure continued excellence

As Florida Gulf Coast University heads into its second quarter-century, there is much to celebrate: a thriving institution educating 16,000…

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

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

Bridge to Iquitos: An FGCU undergrad’s Peruvian research adventure

What if you could step back in time and see the landscape as it was before human development? In most…

FGCU steps up for quarantined students in campus housing

Students Meagan Harding and Sam Palmisano have unique perspectives about what coronavirus quarantining was like on the Florida Gulf Coast…

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

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

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

Fun-filled FGCU Day kicks off 25th anniversary festivities

Public invited to join campus community Feb. 12 for more than 150 free activities…

Colloquium inspires sustainable mindset

Traversing knee-deep water and learning about the ecosystem in Southwest Florida is an integral piece of the course work for…

Soccer lovers fund much-needed new turf for FGCU fields

Larry Pickering and his wife, Susanne, are Missouri transplants who love Eagles athletics. It began when they purchased season tickets…

President talks about challenges, achievements and what’s ahead

As Florida Gulf Coast University approaches its 25th anniversary celebration, its achievements will be front and center. Much praise will…

Professor’s biotechnology consulting bears fruit in Africa

Griffis helping farmers in Malawi battling banana virus that decimated industry…