We are happy to announce that FSU and the Howard T. Odum Florida Springs Institute have formed a partnership to offer a Florida Springs Field Course at Wakulla Springs this summer. This class will be offered by CPD and FSU, and students from other universities can enroll for 3 credit hours of graduate or undergraduate credit. The class will take place from August 13 to August 20, 2015. Students will study, work, lodge, dine, and learn the science of Florida’s Springs at the beautiful Wakulla Springs Lodge.
EOAS is scheduled to be in a new building in a few years. The site will be where the Florida Geologic Survey building is now. That building is empty and will be torn down in the next few months to make way for a new 6-story state-of-the-art science building that will house all three areas of EOAS in one building.
The Florida Department of Health is announcing an opportunity for undergraduate (Juniors/Seniors) students. Students should be majoring in any of the natural sciences, have a driver’s license, and be able to work outdoors. This internship will provide the opportunity to learn more about the various disciplines in environmental health.