Florida State University researcher Shuyuan Ho wants to create a revolutionary online polygraph.
Florida State Headlines looks at two stories making the news this week! For more visit news.fsu.edu
The FAMU-FSU College of Engineering and researchers and engineers from Eglin Air Force Base celebrated the beginning of a new partnership to train undergraduate students in areas critical to the U.S. Air Force. Air Force Research Laboratory at Eglin will fund a $400,000 grant to create the Air Force Research Laboratory Scholars program at the […]
Graduating students in the Florida State University College of Medicine Class of 2019 received notification of where they will enter residency training this summer. Of the 114 graduating students who registered in the matching program, 63 (57 percent) matched in a primary care specialty, including internal medicine, family medicine, pediatrics and obstetrics/gynecology.
Graduating FSU medical students find out where they will spend the next phase of their medical journey during Match Day 2019. For more visit news.fsu.edu
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching (CAT), created in 2017, curates and translates the most recent research on learning and classroom interventions to help faculty design more learning-centered classroom experiences for FSU students.
A Florida State University researcher is being recognized for his significant contributions to naval engineering through his groundbreaking work at FSU’s Center for Advanced Power Systems. Michael “Mischa” Steurer will receive the Solberg Award from the American Society of Naval Engineers for significant contributions to naval engineering. The award is named for Rear Adm. Thorwald […]
Watch the March 2019 edition of FSU Headlines for a special conversation with Florida State University President John Thrasher.
Florida State University hosted Nobel laureate Carl Wieman, a renowned physicist, and educator to discuss his research-based approach to science education and how new practices can provide more effective learning for college-level science students.