John Braswell, a member of the instructional technology faculty in the Office of Distance Learning, played an integral role by training faculty during Florida State University’s historic transition to remote learning.
Florida State University began a new chapter in its history Monday, March 23, as the entire campus moved to remote learning in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Amid a global pandemic, Florida State University is mobilizing to protect the health and safety of the university community by delivering classes remotely for the remainder of the spring semester.
Florida State University began administering classes online Monday, March 23, to help mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus.
A Florida State University Associate Professor of School Counseling has been selected as a recipient of the American Counseling Association (ACA)’s Fellows Award for his contributions to the counseling profession.
Florida State University’s Amazonia Week examined biological, environmental and humanitarian challenges in the Amazon and served as a call to action for global intervention in this endangered region.
Senior Charlotte Wollermann has used her time at Florida State University to further her professional ambitions while giving back to her hometown of Tallahassee in the process.
For the ninth year, the Florida State University College of Social Work hosted the CSW Arts & Athletics Program, a free-of-charge, after-school program aimed at fostering positive youth development in Tallahassee.
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.
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.