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Art professor incorporates JaxPort research into “Project Atrium” mural

A new site-specific work by Joelle Dietrick, an assistant teaching professor in Florida State University’s Department of Art and a Tallahassee-based painter, is currently on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville as a part of the venue’s “Project Atrium” series.

FSU's fashion merchandising program ranks No. 7 nationally

Florida State University’s Department of Retail, Merchandising and Product Development (RMPD) jumped 15 spots to No. 7 nationally on’s most recent list of Fashion Merchandising School rankings.

FSU unveils campus accessibility map

Florida State University is marking the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act by expanding its efforts to provide an accessible environment for individuals with disabilities. 

FSU receives federal grant to help veterans pursue nursing degrees

Florida State University’s College of Nursing will receive almost $800,000 over the next three years to serve the educational needs of military veterans who aspire to pursue nursing careers.

Local economy benefits from FSU research center's ingenuity

A partnership between a Florida State University research center and a local business is bringing big bucks to the Tallahassee area while also contributing to the development of the Navy’s new fleet of all-electric ships.

2015 Florida Book Awards competition opens with call for entries

The Florida Book Awards has kicked off its tenth annual competition with a call for entries in nine categories. The Florida Book Awards competition is coordinated through the Florida State University Libraries, with the support of partner organizations from across the state.

Students receive award for Pasco County planning project

Florida State University students were recognized by the Florida Chapter of the American Planning Association for their plan to develop the West Market area of Pasco County, Fla.

Students win Retail Design Institute design competition

Interior design students Rebecca Thompson and Austin Gauley received second and third place awards, respectively, in the Retail Design Institute’s 2015 International Student Design Competition.

Florida's Certified Public Manager program adds 222 new graduates

Florida’s Certified Public Manager (CPM) program at Florida State University will honor 222 new graduates this summer, bringing the total number of CPM graduates in Florida to approximately 5,022, more than in any other state.