Radio Stories

11/25/2014 - Neuroscience doctoral student wins Three-Minute Thesis competition

Ten finalists participated in the Three-Minute Thesis competition, with each having just three minutes to present their thesis to a diverse, non-specialist audience and a five-member judging panel. The judges based scores on comprehension and content, as well as engagement and communication.

11/19/2014 - Study finds parent intervention best for helping toddlers with autism

For the first time, toddlers with autism have demonstrated significant improvement after intensive intervention by parents rather than clinicians, according to a new Florida State University study published online in the journal Pediatrics.

11/18/2014 - FSU's College of Business and College of Medicine host special events

Florida State University's College of Business plays host to its Sophomore Experience Business Expo, and the FSU College of Medicine observes 'World Diabetes Day.'

11/14/2014 - John Thrasher begins his Florida State University presidency

John Thrasher and his wife, Jean, discuss his first day in office as president of Florida State University.

11/10/2014 - 4th annual Student Veteran film festival to feature Rory Kennedy

Florida State University students will bring filmmaker Rory Kennedy and her documentary film “Last Days in Vietnam” to the 4th Annual Student Veteran Film Festival Tuesday, Nov. 11. The film, which was presented at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, captures the compelling account of U.S. service members evacuating their South Vietnamese colleagues and friends during the closing days of the Vietnam War.

11/07/2014 - FSU Emeritus Professor Jim Jones teaches OLLI history class

The OLLI at FSU is a scholarly and exciting program of classes targeted to mature adults over 50 who want to learn in a stress free environment where there are no tests and no homework: Learning for the fun of learning! This fall OLLI features a class with Emeritus History professor Jim Jones. Jones taught at FSU for 57 years before retiring. Former Florida State president Talbot ‘Sandy” D’Alemberte is one of the students taking the course this fall.

11/05/2014 - FSU plays host to "With Words"

Florida State University’s Center for Leadership & Social Change, in partnership with the Office of Servant Leadership and the Student Government Association, hosts “With Words,” an interactive, museum-style exhibit directed toward the education of prevalent social justice issues. This year, “With Words” will address the issues surrounding racial profiling, sexual violence, immigration and HIV/AIDS awareness.

11/03/2014 - Student Profiles- Emily Singer

In drawing upon the leadership and service experiences that helped her develop confidence in her own abilities, Florida State University senior Emily Singer has been able to help her fellow students through similar experiences to find a confidence of their own.

10/31/2014 - FSU's annual Sneak Peek

Directly supporting one of FSU’s core research missions, the Sneak Peek event highlights the university’s role as an economic development catalyst by showcasing research that has moved, or is in the process of moving, from the lab to the marketplace.

10/30/2014 - FSU research suggests IQ is genetic

A new study by Florida State University criminology professor Kevin Beaver found evidence to support the argument that IQ is genetic, not the result of socialization.