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Professor of French awarded two preeminent fellowships

Lori J. Walters, a specialist in medieval and early modern French literature, has received two of the most prestigious fellowships in the humanities.

94 million-year-old climate change event holds clues for future

In a new study published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Assistant Professor of Geology Jeremy Owens explains that parts of the ocean became inhospitable for some organisms as the Earth’s climate warmed 94 million years ago.

New funding supports postdoc fellowships, research and outreach

Programs that place Florida State University at the forefront of scholarship on a range of critical contemporary issues are benefiting from a major influx of support for the fields of psychology, economics and criminal justice. 

Andres named 2016 Carraway Employee of the Year

Sue Andres, a senior HR specialist, has been named the 2016 Max Carraway Employee of the Year, an award that celebrates one employee for outstanding service and contributions that extend widely across FSU’s campus.

College of Education, Gadsden County Public Schools host summer institute for teachers

The Florida State University College of Education and Gadsden County Public Schools have partnered to host a two-week summer institute that will provide teachers with research-based instructional strategies for teaching STEM related subjects.

FSU researchers win GAP awards to launch ideas to marketplace

Five Florida State University researchers are receiving financial support from the university to transform promising lines of research into viable technologies for the global marketplace.

FSU WWII collection captures attention of Tokyo tastemakers

Tokyo tastemakers are delving into a Florida State University collection of images detailing the postwar U.S. occupation of a defeated Japan.

Aerospace researcher wins young investigator award

A Florida State University engineering professor has won a prestigious young investigator award from the U.S. Office of Naval Research for his promising work on fluid dynamics and flow control for aircraft. 

Students receive prestigious scholarships to study critical languages abroad

Eight Florida State University students have received prestigious scholarships that will allow them to travel abroad to study languages deemed critical to the nation’s interests. Top row: Sarah Dodamead, Matthew Hebron, Joey Kilpatrick and Andre Fludd. Bottom row: Daren McCurdy, Remi Wyszinski, Paige Dabney and Nat Jones.

Professor honored by American Psychological Association

Neil Charness has received the Franklin V. Taylor Award to recognize his achievements and contributions in the field of applied experimental and engineering psychology.