April 16th is the due date for the 2010 Census. Florida State University Communications Professor Felipe Korzenny, a consultant for the national census communications campaign, discusses the importance of filling out the little blue form.
Florida State University nursing student Sophia Khawly is awarded the 2010 President’s Undergraduate Humanitarian of the Year award. Khawly has contributed more than 1800 hours of community service in her time at Florida State.
Anders Ericsson, the Conradi Eminent Scholar and Professor of Psychology at The Florida State University and an international expert on the topic of expertise, has been elected a foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences.
Florida State University marine ecologist Dean Grubbs is awarded a grant from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to study the critically endangered small-tooth sawfish–a species native to Florida’s waters.
Karen McGinnis, an assistant professor of biological sciences, and Billie Collier, dean of the Florida State University’s College of Human Sciences, are both at the head of the pack in their respective fields. Karen McGinnis is the recipient of an NSF Faculty Early CAREER Development award, and Billie Collier is elected chairwoman of the nation’s […]
Oxford University Press has chosen Florida State University English professor Gary Taylor as general editor of its next edition of Shakespeare’s collected works. Taylor was also given the title of general editor of the Oxford University Press’ last edition of the collected works, published in 1986.
It was standing room only in Florida State University’s Turnbull Conference Center for the Student Symposium on Health Professions. Students interested in the health industry listened in on lectures and panels discussing everything from attitudes to the application process.
Garnet and Gold fill the courtyards and hallways of Florida’s capitol building, as a spirited crowd gathers to celebrate the strong ties between the Florida State University and the state legislature.
Florida State University juniors Andrew Attar and Al Heartly receive Florida State’s inaugural ACC fellowships for undergraduate research. The fellowship includes $5,000 for the undergraduates to pursue their research interests, and is awarded by the Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors.
Florida State University is one of only two universities in the last three years to receive the National Intramural and Recreation Sports Administration’s award for an outstanding sports facility.
In just three months time, the 30 member Florida State University moot court team has won a total of four national titles. Law school’s take on intercollegiate competition, moot court pits attorneys in training against each other.
A small office within Florida State University’s physics department is one of 35 sites worldwide—and one of just eight in the United States—that has been set up with video and Internet feeds that connect directly with the Large Hadron Collider, the world’s most powerful atom-smasher. Click Here: Extended interview with Florida State physicists Todd Adams […]