People of Science

Michelle Barboza in the field

Becoming Visible: Michelle Barboza

Becoming Visible THREE WOMEN SHATTERING STEREOTYPES & MISCONCEPTIONS IN SCIENCE The University of Florida's Florida Museum of Natural History celebrated 100 years of inspiring people to care about life on Earth in 2017. To mark the closing of a...
Adania Flemming collecting in a creek

Becoming Visible: Adania Flemming

Becoming Visible THREE WOMEN SHATTERING STEREOTYPES & MISCONCEPTIONS IN SCIENCE The University of Florida's Florida Museum of Natural History celebrated 1...
Verity Mathis in the mammals collection

Becoming Visible: Verity Mathis

Becoming Visible THREE WOMEN SHATTERING STEREOTYPES & MISCONCEPTIONS IN SCIENCE The University of Florida's Florida Museum of Natural History celebrated 1...
This piece of pottery is from the Weeden Island series, the subject of Bullen Award winner Mark Donop's research. Florida Museum of Natural History photo by P. Payne

Winners of 2017 Austin and Bullen Awards announced

The Florida Museum of Natural History recently announced the winners of the 2017 Austin Award and Bullen Award, given for student research and significant contributions to the development of museum collections and programs. Greg Stull received the...
Xiaoxian Liu

2017 NSF Dissertation Improvement Grants

Congratulations to our grad students! Four Florida Museum grad students have been awarded NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants. These are grants that p...

Our 2017 NSF GRFP recipients

Several of our current or former students received NSF GRFPs this year. The National Science Foundation had more than 13,000 applications, and extended 2,000 awards for the 2017 period. Our winners: Ryan St Laurent, Kawahara Lab, McGuire Center...
Nick Homziak

Nick Homziak & Erebinae moths

We want to take a moment to highlight one of our People of Science, Nick Homziak. Nick, a Ph.D. student in the Kawahara Lab (McGuire Center, Florida Museum), wa...