A Florida State University researcher discusses how the sudden requirement to avoid in-person socializing during the COVID-19 pandemic affects our psychological health.
As we conclude the spring semester, I want to thank everyone in the FSU family — students, faculty, staff and alumni — for demonstrating your strength, skill and character as we have responded to the challenges of the past few months. We’ve accomplished so much together! #GoNoles
Mark Zeigler has been teaching the skill of public speaking to Florida State University students for more than 20 years. Now, he will get to practice what he preaches when he delivers the keynote address for FSU’s Spring 2020 virtual commencement ceremony.
Florida State University’s Innovation Hub has become the center of an effort to help outfit health care workers battling COVID-19.
Michael Ormsbee received Florida State University’s 2020 Distinguished Teacher, the university’s most prestigious honor for teaching.
This year’s 11 nominees have done everything from starting their own nonprofits to supporting local refugees to mentoring deaf and hard of hearing children.
A Florida State University event that connects faculty for interdisciplinary projects takes aim at COVID-19.
A Florida State University professor whose work has been fundamental in understanding the climate of Africa has been named the university’s 2020-2021 Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor.
While the novel coronavirus is causing disruption for enrolled college students, the pandemic is also affecting how prospective students interact with universities.
A Florida State University student whose personal experiences inspire her dream of being a neuroscience researcher has received the prestigious Barry Goldwater Scholarship , awarded to the nation’s brightest mathematics, science and engineering college sophomores and juniors.