FCE Code of Conduct and Responsibilities
FCE Site Administration
- Project Administration Guidelines - A framework for the management and administration of the FCE LTER program
- FCE Internal Executive Committee - The leadership team that gives the lead Principal Investigator advice, assistance, and recommendations related to program governance and policies
Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
"The goal of the Florida Coastal Everglades (FCE) Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) program’s Diversity and Inclusion plan is to foster an intellectually vibrant environment that is inclusive, open to all, respectful of diversity, and where our individual differences are recognized, valued, and seen as a source of strength that is integral to the discoveries we make as scientists. We embrace the notion that our community is enriched and enhanced by diversity along a number of dimensions and is committed to increasing the representation of those populations that have been historically excluded from participation, including as a function of race, ethnicity and national origins, gender and gender identity, sexuality, socio- economic class, age, spirituality, physical and mental ability, and military status.” [Read more. . .]
- Seven Ways PIs Can Counteract Systematic Bias Right Now - EOS, March 12, 2021
- LTER Network Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources
- Title IX Resources and Information at Florida International University
- Kognito At-Risk training for faculty, staff, and students at Florida International University
- FIU Inclusive Language Guide
FCE IV (2018-2025)
The fourth phase of the Florida Coastal Everglades LTER Program (FCE IV) is organized into Working Groups which reflect our major research questions. The Internal Executive Committee (IEC) is responsible for giving the lead Principal Investigator advice, assistance, and recommendations related to program governance and policies.
Working group leaders are voting members, while staff, advisors, and the lead PI hold non-voting roles.
Working Groups are organized into four focal areas.