Sponsored by the Marine Science Graduate Student Organization, the Annual Student Auction's proceeds will go to the Student Travel Fund and take place in the RSMAS Commons Friday Oct. 22 beginning at 5 p.m.
The RSMAS catamaran returned Friday after having spent a little over a month studying the impact of the Deepewater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
On April 20, 2010, an explosion occurred on a BP-leased drilling rig called the Deepwater Horizon in the Gulf of Mexico, causing the largest oil spill in history. Since then, there has been an outpouring of aid and research from local and international communities in efforts to contain the spill, save local wildlife and determine...
Hurricane Andrew damaged UM's campus.
A six-foot-eight-inch hammerhead shark skims the surface of the ocean, lurking closer and closer to the stern of the boat and its 22 passengers. This is not a sequel to the 1975 shark attack thriller Jaws. There is no ominous song playing in the background, foreshadowing a brutal attack on the unsuspecting victims. The hammerhead,...
The University of Miami was awarded $1.7 million to study carbon sequestration
As graduation draws near, the university has announced the speakers seniors will hear in their ceremonies.
Adrianne Rondon looked in the mirror and could not believe the reflection staring back at her. It was time to make a change. At 235 pounds, the 38 year-old mom of two did not want to set this example for her children.
As the advising season opens, a new survey from Student Government reports that overall, undergraduates are happy with their advising experience.
Roni Avissar, a professor at Duke University specilizing in climatology, has been named the new head of the Universiy of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, according to a statement from the university.
RSMAS is currently accepting entries for its annual underwater photography contest; Professor elected chair of Division of Marine Affairs and Policy.
In commemoration of the 200th birthday of the father of modern evolutionary theory, Charles Darwin: Live and in Concert played at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science last Monday afternoon. The one-man musical was filled with original songs, science and madness. This event was free and opened to the public. David Thoreson, explorer...