For the 25th consecutive year, hundreds of students danced the night away in the name of charity as Dance Marathon at Florida State University marked its silver anniversary. The 40-hour event attracts more than 2,000 annually and has raised millions for charity throughout its previous 24 editions.
Dance Marathon at FSU is an annual fundraiser that culminates with a 40-hour event where students stay on their feet to fund-raise for UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital, which is Tallahassee’s local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, and the FSU College of Medicine’s Pediatric Outreach Programs.
Historians from over 100 institutions across the world came to Tallahassee for the 50th annual Consortium on the Revolutionary Era to discuss a crucial turning point in world history.
The work to remember Emmett Till will continue at Florida State University thanks to new funding established by one of the nation’s leading experts on the 1955 murder that helped launch the civil rights movement. Davis Houck, Fannie Lou Hamer Professor of Rhetorical Studies in the School of Communication at FSU, has recently established a […]
Florida State University partnered the Maura’s Voice Foundation in honor of a young student who tragically lost her life during a shooting at a Tallahassee yoga studio. One year later, FSU researchers have strived to learn as much as possible about violent acts and how to prevent them.
What kind of digital citizen are you? Florida State University’s Critical Thinking Symposium empowered students and faculty to create responsible, ethical, and positive digital experiences as content creators and content consumers.
FSU Panama City celebrated Black History Month with author/TV director Jeffrey Blount discussing “The Power of Words.” Blount is an award-winning author. His newest novel, “The Emancipation of Evan Walls,” explores the academic and social life of a black child growing up in the racially charges 1960s.
From measuring groundwater seepage to studying how the Zika virus alters DNA organization, Florida State University master’s students presented their significant research at the annual FSU Graduate School’s Master’s in Four competition. Jay Pension from the School of Theatre took home the top prize of $1,000 for his presentation, “Connecting Consumers with the Arts.”
The FSU Graduate School’s Master’s in Four competition gives participating students just four minutes to explain their research topics. Jay Pension from the School of Theatre took home the top prize of $1,000 for his presentation.
Florida State University and Mayo Clinic in Florida signed a multifaceted agreement in Jacksonville to attract and retain top talent in the biomedical field. The collaborative education efforts will focus on medical innovation and promote a market-driven approach to create a highly trained workforce focused on taking medical technology from the research space to clinical […]
A graduate of Florida State University’s College of Motion Picture Arts, Kyra Gardner, is named Best Woman Student Filmmaker for her quirky, fantastical film, “Phoebe.”
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Florida State University’s National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, the world’s largest and highest-powered magnet lab.