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Nursing professor recognized for heart failure research

Florida State's Lucinda J. Graven was named a finalist for the Heart Failure Society of America’s Nursing Investigator Award for her study identifying predictors of depressive symptoms and poor self-care behaviors in heart failure patients.

Three graduate students receive prestigious P.E.O. awards

The P.E.O. Scholar Award, established in 1991, is a $15,000 merit-based award for women who are seeking doctorate-level degrees.

Research offers new way to predict hurricane strength, destruction

A new study by Florida State University researchers demonstrates a different way of projecting a hurricane’s strength and intensity that could give the public a better idea of a storm’s potential for destruction.

Two professors elected fellows of American Psychological Association

College of Education professors Steven Pfeiffer and James Sampson were recognized for work that has made a national impact on the field of psychology and shown evidence of unusual and outstanding contributions or performance.

Florida State ranks among top 10 feeder schools for national service organization

Florida State's deep commitment to preparing students for civic leadership and service was reaffirmed by a ranking of top feeder schools for City Year, a national organization that unites young people for a year of service in more than 250 low-performing schools across the country. 

Open forums scheduled for presidential candidates

The four presidential candidates selected by Florida State University’s Presidential Search Advisory Committee will participate in open forums on campus beginning Monday, Sept. 15.

Florida State ranked among top public universities

Florida State is among the nation’s best universities, ranking 43rd among all public “national” universities in U.S. News & World Report's 2015 edition of “America’s Best Colleges.”

Families of military veterans to participate in entrepreneurship 'boot camp'

Florida State University is set to welcome 18 caregivers of veterans who have suffered disabilities related to their post-9/11 military service, family members of active duty military, as well as to survivors of those who lost their lives from across the country.

Presidential Search Advisory Committee selects candidates for preliminary interviews

Florida State University's Presidential Search Advisory Committee will conduct preliminary interviews with 11 applicants for university president on Monday, Sept. 8, and Tuesday, Sept. 9.

WFSU awarded community service grant to help North Florida improve youth outcomes

WFSU to work with community partners to reach low-income families and young men of color, and share stories of Florida Big Bend leaders who are “American Graduate Champions.”