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Facilities Available at the FSUCML


Green OfficeThe FSUCML is well-equipped with research and classroom space, and field-oriented technologies to support ecological and oceanographic research in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. The site is in close proximity to a remarkably diverse array of habitats. Research space includes laboratories, greenhouses, and environmental chambers. Supplies can be purchased through the FSUCML stockroom. Teaching space includes wet classrooms, a conference room (seats 12), and an auditorium (seats 60). Housing is available for short or long-term stays for 1 to 40 individuals conducting research. Click here for housing information.

Information Technology & Communications Policies & Procedures

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) SERVICES Computer accounts are provided for all FSUCML faculty, staff, and students. The FSUCML IT Administrator is responsible for making all IT device connections, adding software to on-site computers purchased through FSU, and making recommendations for computer and peripheral purchases. Please submit all requests for IT services to the IT administrator listed here: http://marinelab.fsu.edu/staff/fsucmlstaff.html.
Visitors have access to the internet at the FSUCML through a wireless token system. To get a token please contact Durene Gilbert at 850-697-4095 or degilbert@fsu.edu.

All users of IT resources at the FSUCML are subject to Florida State University Policy and Procedures. Users are expected to comply with the university's Best Practices for Computing at FSU. which can be found at http://www.its.fsu.edu/Security/Computing-Security/Best-Practices. Be certain to keep computers up to date on anti-virus software. Users will receive notification of these updates by email.

COMMUNICATIONS All FSUCML staff and faculty have land-line telephones in their offices. FSU-based faculty and FSUCML-based staff requiring telephones in their laboratories are responsible for all fees associated with telephone hookup and operation. Short-term visitors are encouraged to bring cell phones to make long-distance calls.