October 15th, 2018
Nautilus is an exploration vessel that is looking for its next cohort of students and educators to join the Ocean Exploration Trust on its 2016 adventure! If selected to participate, you’ll explore the dynamic environments of the eastern Pacific Ocean and investigate geological, biological, archaeological, and chemical phenomena off the coast of British Columbia, Oregon, and California. Applications close soon. For more information or to find the program for you, visit the website.
FAU Student Presents at MIT!
Isabella Pinos was invited to present her research of “Renewable Energy from Ocean Currents: Assessing the Energy in the Gulf Stream” at the C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium at MIT! Isabella did a wonderful job representing the FAU undergraduate research community. To find out more about her presentation visit the C3E website. Congratulations Isabella!
S.E.E.D.S. Ecology Club Presents at the 37th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council!
During the 37th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council from October 16-18, four undergraduate students within the S.E.E.D.S. Ecology Club, Brian Cooney, Kent, Haizlett, Sarah Michell, and Rachel Shanker, presented their ongoing research. These students were able to network with many other students from across the country working on similar projects. Sarah Mitchell won 2nd place for the poster presentations. Congratulations to these students for representing FAU at such a high level!
FAU Student Awarded “Best Undergraduate Poster!”
FAU student, Alexander Garcia, was awarded the Southeastern Geological Society of America (GSA) Best Undergraduate Poster in March. Because of this accomplishment, Alexander will now have his poster displayed for the duration of the National GSA Conference. Visit the website to see Alexander’s poster and many other honorable mentions from the conference. Congratulations Alexander!
Did you know there is a club for students like you? The Council for Scholarship and Inquiry (CSI) at FAU is a student organization which is open to all FAU students in any department. In CSI, undergraduate researchers meet to:
- share their common experiences
- brainstorm how to overcome research-related hurdles
- learn about finding sources
- help each other turn the research experience into even bigger professional opportunities.
In addition, there are great leadership positions within this organization that will give you leadership experience that grad schools and future employers expect. To join, or just get more information, please visit the CSI website HERE and/or contact CSI President, Patricia Le at FAUCSI@gmail.com