Radio Stories

09/19/2014 - 5 + 2 Days of Opening Minds back at Florida State

1996 Nobel Prize winning professor, Sir Harold Kroto, brings his lecture series back to Florida State University this fall.

09/17/2014 - The Star Spangled Banner turns 200

Florida State University professor of historical musicology, Charles Brewer, takes us back 200 years to the day Francis Scott Key penned the historical poem that we now know as The Star Spangled Banner.

09/16/2014 - Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans' Families

Florida State University welcomes participants to the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans' Families.

09/12/2014 - Inside the teenage brain: New studies explain risky behavior

Florida State University College of Medicine neuroscientist Pradeep Bhide brought together some of the world’s foremost researchers in a quest to explain why teenagers — boys, in particular — often behave erratically.

09/11/2014 - Florida State student veterans reflect on September 11th anniversary

As part of our ongoing share your story series we hear the stories of two Florida State University student veterans who chose to serve after the events of September 11th 2001.

09/11/2014 - FSU graduate student discovers ticking clock can affect women's attitude about reproductive timing

The sound of a ticking clock can affect reproductive timing attitudes and lead some women to want to start a family at an earlier age.

09/09/2014 - Student Profiles: Mark Kastner

In this student profile we talk with Mark Kastner. Kastner is a student focusing on sustainability and helping others.

09/05/2014 - Uncovering Mars' climate history

Florida State University Professor Munir Humayun and an international research team are revealing the story of Mars’ ancient, and sometimes startling, climate history.

09/04/2014 - kNOw More: FSU launches initiatives aimed at prevention of sexual violence

The kNOw awareness campaign kicks off with student-led activities at Oglesby Union. The awareness campaign is Florida State’s most visible effort to educate the university community about responsible conduct and the meaning of consent as well as prevention and intervention and resources for sexual assault victims.

09/04/2014 - Music therapy professor wins international award

Jayne Standley, a Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor, received the global award from the World Federation of Music Therapy during its 2014 meeting in Vienna for her body of music therapy research spanning more than 20 years.