Future physicians of rural and underserved Floridians receive CPR certification

Nearly 150 eighth- through 10th-graders from five counties across Florida earned their CPR certification Jan. 23 as participants in the Florida State University College of Medicine’s SSTRIDE program.... Read Story

History professor wins prestigious book prize

Annika Culver's work delves into complexities of Japanese intellectuals with left-wing pasts pledging their support to a fascist state during wartime. ... Read Story

Snack attack: Bears munch on ants and help plants grow

Tiny ants may seem like an odd food source for black bears, but the protein-packed bugs are a major part of some bears' diets and a crucial part of the food web that not only affects other bugs, but plants too.... Read Story

NSF grant to spur development of better, cheaper aircraft

The National Science Foundation selected Lou Cattafesta, co-director of the Florida Center for Advanced Aero-Propulsion, to participate in a unique grant opportunity called the Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers Program.... Read Story

Glover, Justice perform, Lathan honored during annual MLK celebration

Famed actors perform "An Evening with Martin and Langston" during event to announce English Assistant Professor Rhea Lathan as FSU's 2015 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Distinguished Service Award recipient.... Read Story

Message from President Thrasher: Uphold the Garnet and Gold in 2015

As we begin a promising new year, let’s reaffirm our commitment to “Uphold the Garnet and Gold” by demonstrating respect for ourselves and others, taking responsibility for ourselves and those around us and reflecting the values of Florida State.... Read Story

James O’Brien, AKA ‘Dr. El Niño,’ Named Fellow of International Research Group

Do you know why El Niño forecasts are so important? Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor James O’Brien, the guy that former Florida State University President Bernie Sliger referred to as “Dr. El Niño,” sure does.... Read Story

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