Ingo Wiedenhöver, a professor at FSU’s Department of Physics, has been named a 2020 Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS). Each year, the APS selects less than half of one percent of the society’s total membership from peer-submitted nominations to be elected to the status of Fellow.
Florida State University Department of Art Professor Holly Hanessian is helping connect art with the agricultural history of Gadsden County.
The Florida State University Police Department placed first in traffic safety in the Champions Category of the 2020 Florida Law Enforcement Challenge Awards, a Florida Law Enforcement Liaison Program (LEL) rewarding agencies that are leaders in traffic safety.
Florida State University has been recognized for the fifth consecutive year as a Diversity Champion by INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in higher education. Florida State is one of 15 colleges and universities nationwide to earn Diversity Champion status.
On this month’s edition of FSU Headlines, Florida State University offers testing facilities for COVID-19 and celebrates record breaking research funding. These stories and much more.
A 21st-century force of cultural heritage scholars and soldiers will carry on the legacy of the Monuments Men, a team that protected European art from looting and destruction during World War II.
Daniela Donoso is using a two-year, $100,000 fellowship from the Equal Justice Works Foundation to help the underserved immigrant population across North Florida.
A new study by Florida State University researchers may help answer some of the most perplexing questions surrounding Alzheimer’s disease, an incurable and progressive illness affecting millions of families around the globe.
The demand for mental health services may be growing, but access to these facilities is still a challenge for many Floridians, according to new Florida State University research.
The College of Medicine recognized Dr. Myra Hurt for her many accomplishments at Florida State University. As a founding faculty member and the college’s first acting dean, Dr. Hurt’s contributions were vital to the creation of the medical school.
Florida State University’s community will gather virtually on Monday, Sept. 28, for the second Annual Latinx Cultural Celebration. To access the premiere, visit thecenter.fsu.edu/LatinxCelebration.