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Seven Days of Opening Nights partners with Leon County Schools for Kennedy Center program

FSU's performing arts series teams up with the local K-12 school system to participate in the Partners in Education Program. 

Florida State launches premier undergraduate scholarship program

The Presidential Scholars Program is extremely competitive and aims to attract more of the highest-achieving students in the country to FSU.

Learn about lagers, Haiku, more at Osher institute's Maymester

Enrollment opens April 22 for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute's Maymester, a three-week course of study.

Annual Great Give to raise funds for university programs, scholarships

This year's fundraiser is 9 a.m. Thursday, April 17, to 9 p.m. Friday, April 18, and has teamed up with the 25 for 25 Faculty and Staff Campaign.

Here's the scoop: Thousands turn out for annual President's Ice Cream Social

Interim President Garnett S. Stokes as well as vice presidents, deans and volunteers served free Edy’s ice cream and other treats.

College of Business ranked No. 36 by Bloomberg Businessweek

The new ranking is part of Bloomberg Businessweek’s Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2014.

College of Law hires entrepreneur-in-residence to lead new clinic

Law students will earn academic credit by helping Richard Benham advise business and social entrepreneurs at Florida State.

FSU celebrates career, contributions of renowned biochemist

The late Michael Kasha was a modern-day renaissance man with expertise in photochemistry, chemical physics, biophysics — classical guitar.

Professor uses open-source text to teach, spread physics

Associate Professor Oskar Vafek has created a Wiki physics textbook, available to all, with the help of some of his graduate students.

Black Law Students Association wins national mock trial competition

Florida State’s team was undefeated in six rounds of competition in this year's Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Competition.