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FSU unveils Fall 2020 plan

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 […]

FSU HEADLINES: JUNE 2020

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.

Med student makes over 1,000 face masks for fellow students, local community

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.

‘Hurricanes from scratch’: FSU research finds small disturbances can trigger storms

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