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Florida State Answering Age-Old Questions on ‘Free Will’

Florida State University William H. and Lucyle Werkmeister Professor of Philosophy Alfred Mele is chosen to direct a $4.4 million funded project examining the long-standing question of free will in human action. The project, funded by the John Templeton Foundation, will explore free will in multiple disciplines, including philosophy and neuroscience, and include researchers from […]

Florida State Hosts Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author

The Florida State University Department of Religion hosts Pulitzer Prize-Winning author and world-renowned historian Daniel Walker Howe for its inaugural Wellborn Lecture in American Religious History. The lecture series in endowed by the late Charles Wellborn, a former faculty member in the Department of Religion and Dean of Florida State’s London campus. Click Here: Charles […]

Florida State Dedicates New Conference Center

A new conference center on Florida State University’s campus is “meeting”, and even exceeding many people’s expectations. On Thursday January 14th, Florida State president T.K. Wetherell cut the ribbon on the new and improved Augustus B. Turnbull III Florida State Conference Center. Conference Center Information and Booking

Florida State Seeks Social Justice One Stroke at a Time

The Florida State Department of Interior Design and Department of Art Education, in conjunction with the College of Visual Arts, Theatre & Dance, host the Art & Design for Social Justice Symposium. A three-day exhibition, the symposium explores "how the tools and inherent abilities within the areas of art and design can be utilized in […]