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FSU Pays Tribute to Sandy D’Alemberte

Florida State University expressed its love and affection for President Emeritus Talbot “Sandy” D’Alemberte, an iconic leader whose vision and impact raised the university to new heights and touched the lives of Floridians and people around the world. FSU unveiled a stained-glass window in Dodd Hall Monday in honor of the beloved former president, who […]

Dance Marathon at FSU check presentation

FSU’s College of Medicine receives a check for more than $915,000 from Dance Marathon at FSU from the proceeds of the 2017 fundraising campaign. The money will be invested in local school-based primary-care health clinics through the colleges pediatric outreach program, as well as pediatric services at Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare and community centers in Leon […]

FSU researcher makes deep-sea coral reef discovery in depths of North Pacific

Scientists have long believed that the waters of the Central and Northeast Pacific Ocean were inhospitable to deep-sea scleractinian coral, but a Florida State University professor’s discovery of an odd chain of reefs suggests there are mysteries about the development and durability of coral colonies yet to be uncovered. Associate Professor of Earth, Ocean and […]

Florida State leaps another five spots in national rankings

Florida State University has jumped to No. 33 among national public universities in the U.S. News & World Report rankings after moving up five places for the second consecutive year. The rankings appear in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges 2018” guidebook. In two years, FSU has vaulted 10 spots among public universities since placing No. 43 in […]

FSU students, community send Hurricane Irma relief supplies to South Florida

Florida State University and Leon County teamed up to send thousands of care packages to Hurricane Irma victims in South Florida, thanks to donations from local residents and businesses. More than 250 FSU students and 100 staff volunteers assembled the donated items into care packages at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center.