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Faculty members celebrated for service to online education

The Florida State University Office of Distance Learning honored faculty and mentors for their contributions to online education during the 2014–2015 Distance Learning Awards held Nov. 18 at the Alumni Center Ballroom.

Bivalve family tree offers evolutionary clues

Florida State University researchers, along with an international team of scientists, have put together the most complete look to date of the evolutionary family tree of cardiid bivalves, commonly known as cockles and clams.

Elite Eight! Women's soccer advances to NCAA quarterfinals

Florida State defeated Auburn by a score of 2-0 on Sunday afternoon to advance to the quarterfinals of the 2015 NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship.

Division of Student Affairs graphic design projects win national awards

The projects, created by Florida State students, were honored alongside the projects of major American companies.

How does the media influence our emotions? New lab aims to find out

If you’ve ever wondered how media influences us, specifically our attention and emotions, Assistant Professor Russell Clayton may have the answer.

FSU ranked No. 12 in nation for number of students studying abroad

Florida State University has been ranked among the nation’s Top 25 universities for the number of students it sent to study abroad for credit.

Research shows benefits, danger of Ultraman competition

A team of Florida State University researchers found that the endurance competition called the Ultraman can lead to large reductions in body fat, but also causes temporary muscle damage and potentially insulin resistance.

FSU receives grants to activate bystanders, reduce sexual and relationship violence, stalking

Florida State University has been awarded a five-year, $614,584 grant from the Florida Department of Health’s Sexual Violence Prevention Program.

Engineering doctoral student wins Three Minute Thesis competition

Aniket Ingrole turns his dissertation into a brief elevator pitch, describing his research into building a concussion-reducing football helmet.

Researcher's work offers more proof of Einstein's general theory of relativity

A Florida State University high-performance computing researcher has predicted a physical effect that would help physicists and astronomers provide fresh evidence of the correctness of Einstein’s general theory of relativity.