Marine Corps to Marine Science

Veterans Day Salute from FKCC President Dr. Jonathan Gueverra: “This Veterans Day, I encourage all to take a moment to reflect on the sacrifices that our service members bear for all Americans and for the principles of democracy. Our heroes continue to ... Read More

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2 on FL Academic Team

Two Florida Keys Community College students, Breanna Soucy and Kylie Zimmerman, were named to the 2018 All-Florida Academic Team, which is comprised of the highest performing students in the Florida College System’s 28 institutions.  The 132 team membe... Read More

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World Aquaculture

Two Florida Keys Community College graduates and one student presented at the World Aquaculture Society’s “Aquaculture America 2018” conference in Las Vegas last week.  The students exhibited their research and internship experiences while in the M... Read More

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Finding Nemo (Eggs)

The Aquaculture Laboratory at Florida Keys Community College made an exciting discovery.  For the first time since Hurricane Irma, one breeding pair of clownfish laid a clutch of eggs.  The breeders, a standard wild-type “Nemo” female crossed with a... Read More

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Students Show Research

The scientific work of six Florida Keys Community College students took the spotlight on campus on December 12 at the College’s first ever Student Research Showcase.  The event featured a variety of analyses, field work, and findings compiled by marine... Read More

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Tapped for NOAA Committee

FKCC Marine Science Professor, Dr. Alex Brylske, has been appointed to the ’s (NOAA) (MPA) Federal Advisory Committee.  The Committee advises NOAA and the Department of the Interior on ways to strengthen the nation's system of MPAs. It includes repres... Read More

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The Last Unicorns

FKCC is pleased to open the 2017 season of its VIP Series with “The Last Unicorns: The Collapse and Rescue of Florida’s Pillar Coral.”  This intriguing presentation is led by Dr. Karen Neely, FKCC Marine Science Adjunct Instructor, on Thursday, Jan... Read More

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Sea Grant for Aquaculture Study

Florida Keys Community College was awarded $147,807 from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Sea Grant Program to assess aquaculture management in the United States.  Aquaculture, also known as fish farming, is a growing indu... Read More

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Underwater Jack-O-Laterns

Students at Florida Keys Community College took the Halloween tradition of carving pumpkins to a new level—deep below the water’s surface in the College’s dive training lagoon on the Key West Campus.  The members of the FKCC Scuba Club hosted the a... Read More

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Key West Sea Turtle Club Starts Scholarship

A new scholarship will soon be available for Florida Keys Community College students studying marine science thanks to the Key West Sea Turtle Club.  The club’s president Ralph Capone along with several of their volunteers visited the Colleg... Read More

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