FSU student works to help preserve the planet with climate-change research. Florida State University senior Sarah Dodamead has always loved science, nature and marine life, and it’s easy to see why. She grew up in the Florida Keys and spent much of her childhood sailing around the Caribbean with her parents, who were expert mariners […]
Watch the October 2018 edition of FSU Headlines to see how Florida State University undergraduates excel at research. And stay tuned for more headlines including: How the University surpassed it’s highest campaign goal ever with Raise the Torch, a visit from one Florida State grad turned President, an update on the Ogelsby Union construction and […]
Florida State University marked the opening of the university’s new Black Student Union building during an official ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday, Oct. 19. The event welcomed students, alumni and friends to tour the 5,600-square-foot, fully furnished facility as a part of Homecoming Week.
The Florida State community comes together to celebrate homecoming 2018 with the annual parade through campus.
With nearly 200 people in attendance, President Thrasher, and dozens of black alumni attend the official ribbon cutting for the new Black Student Union.
Scorpions can be found at every corner of the globe and on six of the seven continents, from the southern tip of South America to the arid expanse of the Sahara Desert. That makes any rigorous accounting of the world’s venomous scorpions — and their various effects on human beings — an extremely tall […]
The Career Center hosted it’s all-majors career fair bringing nearly 200 organizations on campus looking to hire Seminoles.
Florida State University hosted its second annual Fresh Check Day to promote mental health, alert students to campus resources and lessen the stigma associated with mental illness. Students, faculty and staff gathered on Landis Green to learn how FSU addresses mental wellness and how to better support their peers. Organizers aimed to provide the community […]
A Florida State University nursing professor is working toward reducing health risks among Native American and Alaska Native young adults in urban Florida thanks to a new federal grant. John Lowe, the McKenzie Endowed Professor for Health Disparities Research in the College of Nursing, received the $1.275 million grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental […]
The Saturday Morning Physics program introduces local students and community members to current topics in the physical sciences, presented by scientists active in research. We seek to educate, entertain, and inspire. We offer this program as a community service free to the participants; it is completely funded by Florida State University. Over the years, thousands […]