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Speech pathology professor wins grant for innovative research proposal using crowdsourcing

Assistant professor Kaitlin Lansford is now testing the use of crowdsourcing as a tool for gathering data in speech pathology research, and earned a 2014 New Century Scholars Research Grant for her research proposal.

Study: Contraception may change how happy women are with their husbands

In a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, Florida State University researchers examined 118 newlywed couples for up to four years and regularly surveyed the women, asking them questions about their level of satisfaction with the relationship and their use of contraceptives.

Diana Krall 'Wallflower' World Tour coming to Opening Nights series

Pianist and vocalist Diana Krall will perform as a part of the Opening Nights Performing Arts series at Florida State University at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 8, in Ruby Diamond Concert Hall as a part of her “Wallflower” World Tour. 

Faculty members lauded for service to online education

The Office of Distance Learning celebrates instructors' creative use of technology, effective online teaching methods and high-quality course design during annual awards ceremony.

New understanding of genetic replication could help in the fight against cancer

A new line of research from a team at Florida State University is pushing the limits on what the world knows about how human genetic material is replicated and what that means for people with diseases where the replication process is disrupted, such as cancer.

Professor named Mason Ladd Professor of Law

Professor David E. Landau has been appointed the Mason Ladd Professor of Law. The professorship was established by friends and admirers of Mason Ladd, who was the founding dean of the Florida State University College of Law.

Neuroscience student wins timed thesis competition

Kimberly Smith, a doctoral candidate in Florida State University’s neuroscience program, won first place in the finals of the Three-Minute Thesis competition Nov. 18 hosted by The Graduate School at the College of Medicine Auditorium.

Study: Environmental bleaching impairs long-term coral reproduction

A new study by a Florida State University biologist shows that bleaching events brought on by rising sea temperatures are having a detrimental long-term impact on coral. 

FSU among nation's elite for study abroad totals

The Institute of International Education has ranked Florida State University among the nation’s Top 25 universities for the number of students sent to study abroad for credit.

Researcher to lead Florida Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Zachary Champagne will work to modernize the group’s outreach to include more beginning teachers.