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FSU researcher: Women do get better with age

A Florida State University researcher has found that younger women’s concerns about wrinkles and deteriorating health cause them to have lower emotional well-being than those women who’ve passed the so called ‘midlife crisis’ phase. Anne Barrett, sociology professor and director of FSU’s Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy, found that young women’s greater anxieties […]

O’Bryant named FSU public health policy person of the year

Florida State University’s Master of Public Health (MPH) Program has selected G. Mark O’Bryant, president and chief executive officer of Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare (TMHC), as its Public Health Policy Person of the Year. The program presents the award annually in recognition of the career contributions of a leader in the health policy field in Florida. […]

NSF Grant for FSU professor helps students research abroad

FSU Biology professor Emily Duval received the prestigious National Science Foundation Career Grant in 2015 for her goals in assimilating research and teaching. The grant helps fund her ongoing research in Panama, and will also aid FSU students in joining her as part of a study abroad research field research course. Duval is holding an […]

Dance Marathon at FSU presents check to College of Medicine

FSU’s College of Medicine received a $715,000 check from Dance Marathon at FSU from the proceeds of the 2016 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 county.

FSU Professor aids in understanding the latest topic to claim the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics

The 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to three physicists who’s research and discoveries in the 1970’s and 80’s lead to major breakthroughs in the field of condensed matter physics, specifically for theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter. Florida State University professor and Chief Scientist for the National High […]

FSU Headlines: October 2016

Watch the October 2016 edition of FSU Headlines to see Florida State University’s latest ranking in the US News & World Report of Best Colleges. And stay tuned for more headlines including: FSU’s newest student-lead campaign on diversity and inclusion, #PowerOfWe The Idea Grant recipients display their research during the annual President’s Showcase FSU’s Coastal […]

FSU celebrates Homecoming Week 2016

  Florida State University will celebrate Homecoming with the theme “A Living Legacy” beginning Sunday, Oct. 9, through Saturday, Oct. 15. Live performances, a street parade and FSU’s largest pep rally highlight this year’s events leading up to the Homecoming football game against Wake Forest at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12 Warchant, […]

Award-winning astrophysicist to address FSU community

The first black woman to receive a doctorate in astrophysics from Yale University, Jedidah Isler, will speak to Florida State University students, faculty and community members about her trailblazing journey as a minority woman in STEM. The event, “A Love Affair with The Night Sky: My Journey of Discovery,” is sponsored by a number of […]

Convocation speaker Gillum gives students a message of unity

Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum addressed the incoming class at Florida State University’s New Student Convocation Sunday Aug. 28, at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center. Current Student Body President Nathan Molina introduced the mayor and reminded the new students to take pride in their university, while Gillum advised them that college isn’t just about the […]