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FSU Career Center launches new Grad School Boot Camp

The Florida State University Career Center is launching a new program designed to help undergraduate students gain the knowledge and skills needed to begin their graduate school career. This specialized crash course, known as “Grad School Boot Camp,” will be a one-stop VIP pass to graduate school preparation and success. The one-day event takes place […]

Florida State University focuses on energy conservation with new partnership

Florida State University has entered into a multiyear contract with Cenergistic LLC to build a customized energy conservation program that is projected to save the university millions in energy costs. The agreement, which began Sept. 1, outlines four specific goals that will focus on organizational and behavioral changes within the university. Those goals include conserving […]

Profiles in Leadership: Chapin moves forward with a solid vision for the future

When Tim Chapin arrived at Florida State University in 1999, he didn’t know what the future would hold. But Chapin — now dean of FSU’s College of Social Sciences and Public Policy — was certain of his interest in people, policies and cities. Soon after receiving his doctoral degree in urban design and planning from the University […]

Florida State University Marching Chiefs go green

Members of Florida State University’s Marching Chiefs have entertained crowds for decades and through the generations, one part of the band has remained constant: the flip chart with its printed sheet music and drill charts. The band’s 400-plus members typically use about 200,000 sheets of paper a year as they work to create their storied […]

Florida State Conference Center to reveal reimagined auditorium at open house Sept. 28

The Augustus B. Turnbull III Florida State Conference Center will host an open house celebration Sept. 28 to showcase its latest presentation technologies, including a new high-definition, seamless video wall. The event will offer inspirational ideas from event partners, including John Gandy Events, Missy Gunnels Flowers, PSG, Visit Tallahassee-A Division of Leon County, Forever Spring Plant Rentals and Frame. […]

FSU Veterans Film Festival to hold world premiere of ‘Apache Warrior’

Florida State University will present the world premiere of the Iraq War documentary “Apache Warrior” as the marquee film for its seventh annual Veterans Film Festival on Oct. 5.  “Apache Warrior” takes the audience into the cockpits of a squadron of Apache attack helicopters during the opening of one of the largest invasions in U.S. […]

Tallahassee and FSU Police Departments offer tips for a safe, enjoyable game day experience

The Tallahassee and Florida State Police Departments are working diligently to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for all of the 80,000-plus visitors who come to enjoy the home football games. In preparation for upcoming FSU and FAMU football games, they are reminding fans of the changes in the traffic pattern around the downtown area, […]

For The Kids: Dance Marathon presents $915K to the FSU College of Medicine

Cheers filled the sunlit atrium of Florida State University’s John Thrasher Building Tuesday afternoon as Dance Marathon at FSU and the Children’s Miracle Network at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital presented a check for more than $915,000 to the FSU College of Medicine. The funds, which will be instrumental in providing needed aid to children […]

FSU opens new childcare facility to serve smallest Seminoles

Florida State University is making the lives of its faculty, staff and students who have children a little easier by expanding its childcare facilities and moving them closer to campus.   The new Infant and Toddler Child Development Center, located on the corner of Copeland and St. Augustine streets, opened Monday, Aug. 28. The upgraded […]

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

Photo gallery 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. On Friday morning, more than 250 FSU students and 100 staff volunteers assembled the donated items into care packages at the Donald L. Tucker […]

Florida State leaps another five spots in national rankings

U.S. News & World Report Ranks FSU No. 33 Among Public Universities 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 […]