With $14.3 million in grants from the Florida Department of Education, FSU’s Florida Center for Research in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (FCR–STEM) and its partners are building FCR–STEMLearn, a comprehensive program to deepen teachers’ knowledge of mathematics and science.
12/03/2013 - Florida State powers the next wave of Navy ships
Florida State University researchers at the Center for Advanced Power Systems (CAPS) take the next step towards powering the Navy's ships of the future.
12/02/2013 - Student Profiles: Lauren Hlubny
Florida State University senior Lauren Hlubny is one of those energetic types it's difficult to keep up with. A theater and anthropology double major, she's never let any challenges stand in her way.
Young business owners visited Florida State University to share their tales of perseverance and success at the second annual 7 Under 30 speakers’ event, part of Entrepreneurship Month, or eMonth, a series of events that celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit.
11/26/2013 - Florida State leads consortium set on making transportation safe and accessible for older drivers
Addressing the challenges of providing safe and accessible transportation to an aging population will be the goal of a new consortium led by Florida State University researchers.
Florida State University will now be a major national and international research site for groundbreaking aerospace technologies and next generation space vehicles. FSU unveiled its new polysonic wind tunnel, a project three years in the making.
FSU Panama City welcomed its first class of freshmen students to campus this fall. From a pool of 760 freshman applicants 50 students make up the first freshmen class at FSU Panama City.
11/21/2013 - FSU professor studies unique Martian meteorite
National High Magnetic Field Laboratory scientist and Florida State professor Munir Humayun has uncovered what may be the first recognized example of ancient Martian crust. The discovery could give us clues about the Red Planet's birth and early childhood.
Florida State University's Career Center is a one stop shop for FSU students and alumni taking the first step in finding a job after graduation or pursuing higher education.
Florida State University’s collection of the papers of Nobel Prize winner Paul A.M. Dirac — the father of modern physics — has grown after his daughter, Monica Dirac, donated additional materials that will provide researchers further insight into the scope of Dirac’s life and work.