Collaborative Collision program celebrates five years of bringing researchers together

When Marcia A. Mardis and her research team were looking for collaborators for a new research project, they didn’t know they would find them in Florida State University’s College of Medicine. Mardis is a professor and the associate dean for research at FSU’s College of Communication and Information. Her team, which includes CCI faculty researcher […]

FSU Day at the Capitol goes virtual; Collaborative Collision to celebrate 5th anniversary

This year’s FSU Day at the Capitol celebrated Florida State University’s academic and athletic success in a virtual format. And in other campus news, FSU’s Office of Research Development prepares to host its largest Collaborative Collision event yet.

Collaborative Collision: FSU and FAMU researchers seek climate change solutions through interdisciplinary efforts

Researchers from Florida State University and Florida A&M University came together at an event looking for solutions to help solve the problems posed by climate change. The latest Collaborative Collision — a networking event organized by the FSU Office of Research Development (ORD) — brought together faculty from the two universities to look for answers […]

Collaborative Collision: FSU researchers investigate intersection of society and technology

More than three dozen Florida State University researchers convened online for the university’s 13th Collaborative Collision, a networking event that connects faculty members from a variety of disciplines who share common research interests. The FSU Office of Research Development (ORD) hosted the event, which promoted possible research collaborations focused on the intersection of society and […]

Collaborative Collision: FSU researchers work together on issues of anti-racism, equity and inclusion

Florida State University is bringing together faculty members to collaborate on interdisciplinary research regarding anti-racism, equity and inclusion. The FSU Office of Research Development (ORD) recently hosted its 12th Collaborative Collision event, a virtual networking event to connect faculty members from a variety of disciplines who share common research interests. “The hope with this event […]

Collaborative Collision: FSU researchers join together to fight COVID-19

A Florida State University event that connects faculty for interdisciplinary projects is taking aim at COVID-19. The Office of Research Development organized its eleventh Collaborative Collision event to bring together faculty members from various departments to work together on projects specifically targeted at the global pandemic that has affected everyone’s life. This spring’s event had […]

Collaborative Collision brings together faculty to work with ‘big data’

Florida State University Associate Professor of Anthropology Tanya Peres has lots and lots of data from her work as an archaeologist. Now she’s looking for someone else who could use it. Peres participated in the recent “Collaborative Collision,” an event organized by the FSU Office of Research Development to connect colleagues across academic disciplines. For […]

Collaborative Collision: Faculty come together to share ideas, forge partnerships

Florida State University faculty members of varying departments, disciplines and research interests spent the evening of April 16 commingling with colleagues during the Spring 2019 Collaborative Collision, a networking event designed to convene researchers from across campus to discuss potential collaborations surrounding one defined topic. Tuesday’s topic of discussion, disaster resiliency, took on particular significance […]

Faculty and Staff Briefs: July 2022

Florida State University’s faculty and staff are central to its mission and the key to its countless accomplishments. Throughout the year, honors and recognitions are awarded to individuals across campus. Our Faculty and Staff Briefs are produced monthly to recognize accomplishments and provide a space where honors, awards, bylines, presentations, grants, service and any other […]