When Florida State University announced a transition to remote learning last spring, the news sprung information and technology staff around campus into an unfamiliar place — the spotlight.
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.
Florida State University’s Fannie Lou Hamer Professor of Rhetorical Studies, Davis Houck, has created an extensive K-12 curriculum based on Hamer’s life.
A new national fellowship will help a Florida State University alumna tell the story of Fannie Lou Hamer via documentary.
The Peace Corps is celebrating 60 years since President John F. Kennedy established the agency, and Florida State University continues to foster an important partnership with the historic organization.
When John Raulerson left agricultural school to become an artist, he didn’t know what was in store. Now, he’s the program director of Florida State University’s Master Craftsman Studio.
The Florida State University-headquartered National High Magnetic Field Laboratory and the Tallahassee-based MagCorp have inked a five-year agreement to share resources and intellectual property rights in an effort to strengthen relationships between the university and private industry.
Florida State University College of Social Work researchers have found a link between work-related violence and poor health outcomes for child protection workers.
Across Florida State University’s main campus are buildings named in honor of women who have made significant contributions to the university. The names of these former female faculty members, deans and vice presidents are displayed on these structures to emphasize their accomplishments and recognize their achievements. To celebrate Women’s History Month, some of the buildings […]
Graduating students in the Florida State University College of Medicine’s M.D. Class of 2021 to learn where they will enter residency training this summer during the college’s Match Day ceremony.
A new NASA grant is facilitating a four-year Florida State University project to investigate whether city investments in green space helps lower temperatures and thus reduce heat-related health problems.
Certain brightly colored coral species dotting the seafloor may appear indistinguishable to many divers and snorkelers, but Florida State University researchers have found that these genetically diverse marine invertebrates vary in their response to ocean warming, a finding that has implications for the long-term health of coral reefs. The researchers used molecular genetics to differentiate […]