A research team from Florida State University’s Art Therapy Program has received a $99,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to study using the arts as a proactive mental health strategy.
Florida State University is implementing a voluntary return to work testing program for all faculty and staff. This is a crucial first step in safely returning employees to campus. For more information, visit coronavirus.hr.fsu.edu
The University is implementing a voluntary return to work testing program for all faculty and staff, including OPS employees. Testing our entire community for COVID-19 is a crucial first step in safely returning employees to campus. For more information visit coronavirus.hr.fsu.edu
FSU faculty, staff, and administrators consulted with state and local authorities and health experts to develop a detailed but flexible plan that allows the university to adjust its strategy if the situation in the community changes in regard to the COVID-19 pandemic. The plan follows the guidelines set forth in the State University System of […]
There is a world of life on the backs of loggerhead sea turtles, and it’s more abundant and diverse than scientists knew.
On this month’s special edition of FSU Headlines, Florida State student-athletes hold a special unity walk in Tallahassee. And see more news from Florida State University, including…the College of Medicine’s graduation ceremony, The Museum of Fine Arts at-home initiative, and much more.
Second-year medical student Hannah Morgan mentioned her love for arts and crafts on her med school application. But she didn’t know then just how advantageous that passion could be until this past spring, when Morgan’s hobby turned into a passion project to help those in need.
After decades of research, meteorologists still have questions about how hurricanes develop. Now, Florida State University researchers have found that even the smallest changes in atmospheric conditions could trigger a hurricane, information that will help scientists understand the processes that lead to these devastating storms. For more visit fla.st/3hBYJw3
To offset the anger, sadness and stress felt across the globe, two Florida State University med students created a website, “Kindness amid the Coronavirus ,” to highlight and share positive stories.
President Thrasher updates the FSU community about the Fall 2020 plan. The plan outlines new policies and procedures for teaching, learning and working. We have posted a draft of the plan at fall2020.fsu.edu. You’re encouraged to take a look at it and email your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the connection between nutrition and our overall health has never been more important to understand and nurture.
While the clinical aspect of their education was abbreviated, nursing graduates at Florida State University continued to focus on service.