Watch the March 2021 edition of FSU Headlines for an update on the construction of Florida State University’s new Student Union. And see more from Florida State, including a look at Dance Marathon’s first-ever hybrid event, a graduate student’s winning pitch on ABC’s Shark Tank and a virtual forum featuring two U.S. Senators.
When the COVID-19 pandemic curtailed some of the in-person activities typically offered by Challenger Learning Center of Tallahassee, the science center created an online space mission that has since been used by hundreds of students.
Florida State University awarded an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree Thursday, March 11, to alumnus and insurance industry trailblazer William T. Hold. FSU President John Thrasher presided over the small, socially distanced ceremony held at the FSU President’s house. Thrasher said that, while the COVID-19 pandemic forced a smaller ceremony, he was thrilled to […]
Amid the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dance Marathon at Florida State University raised more than $1.47 million during its first-ever hybrid event March 5-7.
A team of six students from FSU’s Panama City campus took home the $10,000 Mark K. Scott Infinity Funds first-place prize at the 2021 InNOLEvation Challenge.
Compassion, cooperation and policy took center stage March 1 at the keynote event of the “Celebrating Civility” speaker series hosted by the Institute of Politics at Florida State University. The virtual forum featured U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, a Democrat from West Virginia, and former U.S. Sen. Mel Martinez, a Republican and FSU alumnus.
When the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, Florida State University Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Ken Hanson strategized how to continue his popular “Ask a Scientist” event.
Using the organic polymer lignin — a compound in the cell walls of plants that makes them rigid — the Florida State University team was able to create battery electrolytes.
Max Gunzberger is also a Robert O. Lawton Professor and a Krafft Professor of Scientific Computing.
A Florida State University graduate student and his sibling struck a deal with Lori Greiner on the Feb. 5th episode of Shark Tank. They pitched their product Nightcap, an invention meant to protect women from having their drinks spiked.