Florida State University marked the official opening of its state-of-the-art Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science Building and paid tribute to one of the university’s former presidents during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday. Former FSU President Eric J. Barron and his wife, Molly, returned to FSU for the grand opening and dedication of a statue commemorating Barron’s […]
State Lawmakers recognized all things FSU and Head football Coach Mike Norvell spoke as Florida State University celebrated another year of preeminence during FSU Day at the Capitol 2020.
Florida State University is one of the nation’s top research institutions for producing Fulbright U.S. Scholars and students.
Is a smart phone app the answer to increasing support and improving well-being among individuals under community supervision? A Florida State University criminal justice expert, Carrie Pettus-Davis, intends to find out.
Amid worldwide panic over the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak, Florida State University Associate Professor of Medicine Dr. Christie Alexander says Americans should be more worried about the flu.
Policies and new technologies have reduced emissions of precursor gases that lead to ozone air pollution, but despite those improvements, the amount of ozone that plants are taking in has not followed the same trend, according to Florida State University researchers.
A discovery by Florida State University College of Medicine researchers is expected to open the door for new and more potent treatment options for people infected with the HIV virus and for others chronically ill with hepatitis B.
The NEH Fellowship, worth $60,000, will allow Florida State University Associate Professor of Philosophy Nathanael Stein to take a yearlong sabbatical to complete work on his forthcoming book tentatively titled “Causation and Explanation in Aristotle.”
With the theme “Owning Our Voices & Breaking Down Barriers,” the 2020 Multicultural Leadership Summit educates students on diversity, multiculturalism and social justice.
Florida State University Associate Professor of Philosophy Nathanael Stein has been selected as a recipient of a highly competitive grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.