Florida State University Libraries will host a one-day Institute on Copyright in Higher Education — a free professional development opportunity for academic librarians and library staff — Friday, Feb. 26.
Sixty years ago, the murder of an African-American teenager helped galvanize the civil rights movement in America. Today, the history of that iconic event is being shared through a location-based field trip application.
Florida State University has launched its first free massive open online course (MOOC) with the goal of educating social service professionals and the public on the dynamics of domestic violence.
More than 160 student affairs professionals, campus ministers, faculty and students representing more than 40 public and private institutions from across the nation gathered at the Dalton Institute with the common goal of preparing students to become active individuals of integrity.
Delaware Governor Jack Markell will visit the Florida State University College of Law at 12:15 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12, at Roberts Hall, Room 101.
Florida State University has entered into a multi-year contract with Gilly National, Inc., as the premiere snack provider in the university’s student housing areas, academic and administrative buildings.
The Florida Board of Governors recently appointed Craig Mateer as the newest member of the Florida State University Board of Trustees.
Florida State University has created a new program designed to help its student-athletes make the most of their college years and grow into well-rounded adults.
FSU's Museum of Fine Arts will give the Tallahassee community a glimpse into Cuban culture with a major art exhibition beginning Friday, Feb. 12, through Sunday, March 27.
Florida State University Professor of Musicology and Director of the Center for Music of the Americas Denise Von Glahn has won the 2015 Pauline Alderman Award from the International Alliance for Women in Music for her book, "Skillful Listener: American Women Compose the Natural World."