Join us virtually to learn about urban streams, trafficked wildlife and mangroves at the fall “Science Off Tap: Changes on the Horizon” series.
Insects are the most diverse group of animals on the planet but are disappearing around the world. Learn what you can do to #ProtectTheInsects.
We are ready to collaborate on K-12 education, public programming and science communication professional development.
- Teachers Are Training To Bring A Scientist To Every School (WUWF)
- Clay Virtual Academy teacher selected to attend research lab program (Clay Today)
- Conservation Florida Hosted an Immersive Online Series That Explored the Backyards of Florida and Recorded Their Biodiversity (Conservation Florida)
- Florida college graduate receives donation from Tyler Discovery Science Place to continue kids science outreach program(CBS 19)
- Local Nonprofit Tackles Remote Learning Challenges and Brings Marine Scientists into Homes (Eco Magazine)
- FGCU Partners with UF Program Connecting Scientists, Teachers and Students (Wink News)
- Virtual Homeschooling Gets the Best The Nest has to Offer (FGCU News)
- Scientist in Every Florida School Program Delivers Online Resources to K-12 Teachers Amid COVID-19 Crisis (South Dade News Leader)
- Scientists Offer Help for Teachers and Online Programs for Kids Among Pandemic (WJCT)
- Is Florida Trying to Kill Me? (Gainesville Sun)
- Western Pines Teacher Receives Scientist in Every Florida School Superstar Award (Town-Crier Newspaper)
- Escambia Teacher Digs Up Prehistoric Tooth (WEAR Channel 3 News)
- A Scientist in Every Classroom (School District of Palm Beach County)
- A Scientist In Every School? This University of Florida Program Aims To Make That A Reality (WLRN)
- Scientists visit Escambia County students (WEAR Channel 3 News)
- UF Scientists Head Into Alachua County Classrooms (Gainesville Sun)
- Alachua to Begin “Scientist in Every Florida School” program (WJCB-TV 20)
- Education Desk: Is It Possible to Put a Scientist in Every Florida School? (WMFE 90.7 Orlando)
- Escambia Schools Selected for University of Florida Scientist in Every Florida School Initiative (North Escambia News)
- Escambia County Students to Get Hands-On Lessons from Scientists (WEAR Channel 3 News)
- Teachers gain expertise in human evolution through UF workshop (Gainesville Sun)
- Science Class: Connecting Scientists with Teachers and Students (UF Explore Magazine)
- UF Launches Bold Initiative to Tackle Society’s Biggest Problems (UF News)
- Keeping History Above Water – St. Augustine, Cultural Heritage and Sea Level Rise (America Adapts podcast)
- ‘A Complex Issue With Many Factors,’ Red Tide Is The Focus Of UF Panel This Week (WUFT)
- Gulf Coast Live on WGCU Interview with UF Thompson Earth Systems Institute Director Bruce MacFadden
- Leadership defined: Jon and Beverly Thompson bring earth systems to Florida and the world (University of Florida News)
- Leadership Defined (Florida GATOR Magazine)
Earth to Florida Blog
The March of Mangroves
Today, climate change and coastal development have altered the mangrove’s traditional geographic span, extending its range farther north and more inland.
Another Version of Distance Learning: How Remote Sensing Bolsters Florida’s Environmental Research
Researchers can now use optical machinery, like high-tech cameras, to glean information about Earth from afar.
Environmental Laws Through the Decades in the United States
Our environment wasn't always protected in the United States – until modern-day environmental policies entered the scene.
Logos & Branding Guidelines
If you are a member of the UF Thompson Earth Systems Institute or Scientist in Every Florida School team, a funded TESI grant recipient or a TESI faculty fellow, you can download our logos and review our branding guidelines on our Logos & Branding Guidelines page.