FGCU celebrates The Water School with Nov. 18 open house

November 14, 2022 0

When Greg Tolley, Ph.D., joined Florida Gulf Coast University in 1997 as a founding faculty member, he and many of...

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...

Biodiversity Conference examines red tide impacts

February 27, 2019 0

Public is welcome to March 14 gathering of scientists and policymakers...

New governor makes major water policy announcement at FGCU

January 10, 2019 0

On his second day on the job, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis visited Florida Gulf Coast University’s (FGCU) marine field station...

Team awarded funds to study impact of local algae blooms

November 27, 2018 0

Florida Gulf Coast University was awarded federal event-response funds to help identify whether local algae blooms are producing airborne toxins...

Hydrologic technician loves to test the waters

October 30, 2018 0

Water. Without it, we can’t survive. With it? Well, when we’re drinking it, quality is key. When we’re hunkering down...

Parsons receives $5.9 million to study toxic algae in seafood

September 21, 2018 0

Imagine eating a piece of fish and subsequently losing the ability to tell the difference between hot and cold. This...