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FSU Researchers Net Record Number of Prestigious NSF Awards

A record number of Florida State University faculty members have received the National Science Foundation’s prestigious CAREER award this year for researchers in the early stages of their careers. Five Florida State University assistant professors have received the award that carries funding for their lab as well as the opportunity to work closely with the […]

Gratitude and inspiration soar at FSU’s new Jim Moran Building

The optimistic, enthusiastic spirit of entrepreneur and philanthropist Jim Moran was alive and well at a ribbon cutting for Florida State University’s new entrepreneurship-focused Jim Moran Building, and so were his words. On May 1st, students, faculty and community leaders gathered at the Jim Moran Building, a 19th-century building renovated with a portion of the […]

NASA Taps FSU Researcher to Study Space Radiation, Astronaut Health

For astronauts soaring through the limitless expanse of deep space, cosmic rays pose a major problem. The powerful radiation that pulses just above Earth’s atmosphere can have devastating effects on human beings, imperiling any crewed mission beyond the safety of the planet’s magnetic field. Now, Florida State University researcher Michael Delp is part of a […]

FSU Graduate School sees Major Increase in Applications

Florida State University has seen a significant increase in the number of applications for graduate school for the upcoming summer term. The number of applications for admission to the FSU Graduate School has more than doubled since last summer. There are currently 7,863 graduate students enrolled in FSU advanced degree programs, including the College of […]

FAMU-FSU College of Engineering researchers net $1.2M grant for climate change study

A FAMU-FSU College of Engineering researcher is exploring how the changes people make to the land through farming and development affect the planet’s climate. Gang Chen, professor of civil and environmental engineering at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, received a $1.18 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to examine the larger question of […]