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FSU researcher to be featured on "Shark Week"

Florida State University researcher Dean Grubbs, an expert in the biology of coastal and deep sea sharks and their relatives, and a group of his students will be featured during “Shark Week” airing on the Discovery Channel.

Doctoral graduate wins social innovation competition in China

Qinghong Wei's pARTicipate has received $120,000 to continue its work developing online art education programs to empower rural students in China.

Board of Trustees elects officers, welcomes new members

The Florida State University Board of Trustees unanimously elected trustee Edward E. Burr as its chairman during a regularly scheduled meeting June 26. The board re-elected trustee Leslie V. “Les” Pantin as vice chairman.

FSU’s Raise the Torch video named Circle of Excellence Winner

The Council for Advancement and Support of Education has named Florida State University a bronze award winner of its 2015 Circle of Excellence awards program. Florida State was recognized for its video featuring Raise the Torch, the University’s comprehensive campaign with a goal of $1 billion.

FSU alumna scheduled to appear on Jeopardy!

For the second time in as many weeks, Florida State University will be a part of the well-known quiz show “Jeopardy!” FSU alumna Jennifer Shepherd, 40, is scheduled to appear in an episode of the show airing Friday, June 19.

Weather data system protects campus, enhances research

Florida State’s WeatherSTEM unit sends detailed weather information to FSU’s emergency alert system, including the exact location of lightning strikes and precise wind speeds.

Researchers assess remedial education policy reform at Florida's community colleges

Researchers at Florida State University’s Center for Postsecondary Success (CPS) released three comprehensive reports assessing the implementation and outcomes of Florida’s recent developmental education reform of the Florida College System. 

Oceanography doctoral student receives prestigious NOAA fellowship

A Florida State University student has won a prestigious fellowship that helps recipients combine their interests in ocean, coastal or Great Lakes resources with the shaping of national policy decisions that affect those resources.