- 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)
TESI News and Events
Join us for a Reddit Ask Me Anything session about hurricanes with Professor Matyas on Monday, Sept. 23 at 2 p.m. EST!
The award recognizes the outstanding contributions of math and science teachers across the nation.
With funding from TESI, students learn how computer programming can be used to solve environmental problems.
Click the links below to see video recordings of our most recent public events.
- Beyond Dead Fish: How Red Tide Affects All Floridians
- Science on Tap: Sea Turtles and Red Tide
- Science on Tap: Secrets of Seagrass:
Meet our Faculty Fellows
Pasha Antonenko is Making Science More Accessible in the Classroom
Andrea Lucky Employs Ants to Teach Public about Invasive Species
Andrea Dutton Looks into Earth’s Past to Predict Future Sea-Level Rise
Earth to Florida Blog
With Florida Iconic Species Under Threat, Officials Look to Reduce Protections
The good news is — scientists have spawned Atlantic coral in a lab for the first time.
UM Study Finds Environmental Impact of Open Ocean Aquaculture to be Minimal
Open-ocean aquaculture is an emerging approach to fish farming, and one that has the potential to be developed off Florida.
Climate Change Could Bring Short-Lived Benefits to Loggerhead Sea Turtle Populations, FSU Researchers Say
But, once temperatures heat up too much, they can have a negative impact on loggerhead survival.