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'Open Access Week' encourages free online access to scholarly research

As Florida State University observes Open Access Week Oct. 20-26, Florida State University Libraries are advancing two campuswide initiatives to support a growing international effort to promote free and immediate online access to scholarly research and the right to use research results as needed.

Distinguished alumni to be honored for dedication to social work

Five alumni of the Florida State University College of Social Work will be honored for exceptional commitment and dedication to social work service, research and practice at the college’s annual Student Scholarship and Distinguished Alumni Dinner on Thursday, Oct. 16.

Film School director of alumni celebrates 50 years working at FSU

Meryl Warren celebrates her 50th work anniversary at Florida State University — to the day.

Campus recreation opens one-of-a-kind high challenge course

Adrenaline junkies take note. Florida State University Campus Recreation introduces a one-of-a-kind high challenge course this fall — a new addition to FSU Challenge at the Reservation.

Professor recognized by National Council on Family Relations

The National Council on Family Relations recognized Frank Fincham as the 2014 recipient of the Ernest W. Burgess Award, which honors a member’s outstanding scholarly achievement in his or her study of families. 

FSU College of Law and University of West Florida lower cost of degree with 3+3 program

The Florida State University College of Law and the University of West Florida announced a partnership to offer a 3+3 Accelerated Law Program, which will allow aspiring attorneys to reduce the time they spend working toward a law degree.

MagLab MRI machine provides in-depth analysis of strokes

New research conducted at the Florida State University-based National High Magnetic Field Laboratory has revealed a new, innovative way to classify the severity of a stroke, aid in diagnosis and evaluate potential treatments.

Police department receives fourth consecutive accreditation award

Florida State University was awarded its fourth consecutive certificate of reaccreditation during a conference of the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation in Palm Harbor, Fla., Oct. 8. 

Simplified mission, broadened focus to guide aging-research center

In the best tradition of conducting scientific research to simply help people live better lives, College of Human Sciences Professor Bahram H. Arjmandi has simplified the mission of Florida State’s Center for Advancing Exercise and Nutrition Research on Aging.

Free business course helps student entrepreneurs build successful startups

Florida State University students looking to start a business will have a shot at a free seminar in business development through a startup “boot camp” hosted by the university.