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Spring commencement ceremonies to be held May 1-2

A Nobel laureate, a four-star Marine general and a prominent bank executive will deliver the addresses at Florida State University’s three spring commencement ceremonies.

Public Health program honors Florida Blue CEO

Florida State University’s Master of Public Health (MPH) Program honored Pat Geraghty, chairman and CEO of Florida Blue, the state’s Blue Cross and Blue Shield plan and a leader in Florida’s health care industry.

WFSU News wins regional Murrow Awards

WFSU-FM is pleased to announce its news team has won two of broadcast journalism’s highest awards.

Career Center names outstanding students employees at ceremony

Rebecca Garrett, a senior geology major from Wellington, Fla., has been named the first-ever Tony DiBenedetto Overall Student Employee of the Year during the Career Center’s inaugural Student Employee of the Year Award Ceremony April 15.

Winner announced for annual 'InNOLEvation' Challenge finale

DivvyUp, founded with the goal of spreading happiness one pair of socks at a time, won The Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship’s overall InNOLEvation Challenge and the competition’s social enterprise category sponsored by Florida State University’s DeVoe Moore Center.

Sitting still in class may not be best learning technique for children with ADHD

A new study, co-authored by FSU Assistant Professor Michael Kofler, found that simple movements like squirming, foot tapping and standing up may actually be key to how a child with ADHD processes and retains complex information.

Here's to the Class of 2015: Seniors celebrate at annual President's Toast

Hundreds of Florida State University seniors joined President John Thrasher in raising a glass to celebrate the last four years and the upcoming spring commencement ceremonies at the President’s Senior Toast April 20.

Graduate student receives fellowship to study at Mount Vernon

FSU doctoral candidate Chris Juergens is one of 20 scholars nationwide who will receive a fully funded research fellowship to study at the estate of President George Washington during the 2015-2016 academic year.