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Help After Hurricane Irma
Hurricane Irma greatly affected our community in many ways. It impacted not only CASE students, faculty and staff, but also key research facilities like the Aquarius Reef Base and the Tropical Conservation Institute which both protect ecosystems and wildlife vulnerable to natural disasters around the world. Need or want to provide help?
Dr. Laird Kramer, Director of the STEM Transformation Institute and Physics professor, was recently interviewed by The Academic Minute to […]
The Man Who Invented Christmas opens in theaters nationwide Nov. 22. The film is based on a book by FIU Creative […]
Workshops & Mini Camps
From Teacher Planning Day Workshops for children ages 5 and up to a Spring Break STEM camp and summer camp for youth 4-13 years of age, CASE offers many opportunities for youth to exercise their critical thinking, social skills and creativity while building their self-esteem.