- Senior Scientist, Ecological Program Integrated Mission Support Services
- Kennedy Space Center
Dr. Dave Breininger’s research interests focus on integrating science and conservation management emphasizing endangered wildlife populations, habitat and ecosystem dynamics. His oldest study (30 years) focuses on the Florida scrub-jay and his newest topics include multistate modeling of seagrasses in the Indian River Lagoon ecosystem and studies of rare and elusive species, such as the east coast diamondback terrapin.
BY NICOLE DUDENHOEFER ’17 Several of the 2019 Order of Pegasus honorees have studied fields as diverse as tidal flooding, migraine headaches, plastic pollution and other topics. Several of the 22 undergraduate student... Read more
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A new mobile learning lab focused on geospatial technologies like maps, apps and drones just edged closer to its public debut with a brand new look. The GeoBus is the vision of Citizen Science GIS, an international research organizat... Read more
Every year, more than three thousand students from all over the world gather in New York City to discuss international priorities and issues. All this takes the name of National Model United Nations (NMUN) – the worl... Read more