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Relay for Life of FSU to be nationally featured

Annual student-organized event has been named "premier" by American Cancer Society.... Read Story

Local entrepreneur receives first-ever Research Community Partner Award

Steve Roden, a Tallahassee-based entrepreneur was recognized with the first-ever Office of Research Community Partner Award during Florida State’s annual Research Recognition Dinner event.... Read Story

Four alumni earn prestigious place in College of Business 2015 Hall of Fame

Four new members will be inducted into the Florida State University College of Business Hall of Fame at a Thursday, March 26, ceremony and celebration in Tallahassee.... Read Story

Center issues policy briefs based on student research, analysis

Students in the Florida State University College of Social Sciences and Public Policy are learning firsthand what it is like to play a significant role in developing policy positions by assisting in the production of a series of planned policy briefs.... Read Story

How sweet it is: Women's basketball rolls into regional

The Florida State University women’s basketball team continues its run in the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship as the Seminoles make the program’s third appearance in the Sweet 16.... Read Story

New research discovers 4-stranded DNA-binding protein conserved in plants and animals

When it comes to plants and animals, sometimes the two are more alike than you’d think. That’s precisely the point of a new paper by a team of Florida State University researchers who see their discovery as a possible path to future advancements in agriculture and other genetics-friendly fields of study. ... Read Story

FSU Library employee receives national award for courage

Florida State University Libraries employee Nathan Scott is the 2015 recipient of the American Library Association (ALA) Paul Howard Award for Courage for his bravery when a shooter opened fire in front of Strozier Library last November.... Read Story

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