University of Miami Rosenstiel School

Introduction

From humble beginnings in the 1940s, the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science has grown into one of the leading academic oceanographic and atmospheric research institutions in the world. The School's basic and applied research interests encompass virtually all marine-related sciences.

The Rosenstiel School's main campus is located on Virginia Key, Fla. It forms part of a specially designated 65-acre marine research and education park that includes two NOAA laboratories, and a dedicated marine and science technology high school. The Rosenstiel School also operates a 78-acre advanced satellite reception and analysis center in southern Miami-Dade County.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to deepen our collective knowledge of our planet through cutting-edge scientific research on the oceans, atmosphere, geology, biota, and the human dimension while training the next generation of scientists. We transfer the knowledge gained to our students, the national and international scientific community, and to policymakers and the public.

RSMAS Facilities

The Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science's (RSMAS) main campus is located on Virginia Key which is a 65-acre, 17-building, and 413,223 gross sq. ft marine research complex.

The Rosenstiel School also operates a 78-acre, 8-building, and 11,016 gross sq. ft. advanced satellite reception and analysis center in southern Miami-Dade County, known as the Richmond Campus.

Our mission:

To provide excellence in operations and maintenance for all facilities, campus infrastructure, energy systems, and environmental services in a customer-focused, efficient and effective manner.

Locations

Miami

Address
Rickenbacker Causeway,4600
33149 Miami, Florida, USA