A Florida State University researcher is being recognized for his significant contributions to naval engineering through his groundbreaking work at FSU’s Center for Advanced Power Systems. Michael “Mischa” Steurer will receive the Solberg Award from the American Society of Naval Engineers for significant contributions to naval engineering. The award is named for Rear Adm. Thorwald […]
Florida State University hosted Nobel laureate Carl Wieman, a renowned physicist, and educator to discuss his research-based approach to science education and how new practices can provide more effective learning for college-level science students.
Recent Florida State University graduate David “Gil” Damon has been selected for a Gates Cambridge Scholarship — the University of Cambridge’s most prestigious international postgraduate scholarship. The goal of the Gates Cambridge program is to build a global network of future leaders committed to improving the lives of others.
A year-long exhibit at the Claude Pepper Library commemorates the 62nd anniversary of Tallahassee Bus Boycott.
FSU researchers will embark on a multimillion-dollar initiative to develop a restoration plan for Apalachicola Bay and its struggling oyster population.
Florida State University will examine the challenges of poverty and the ways that it can be addressed in a daylong conference. The event, “Poverty in America: A range of critical perspectives on its causes, effects and possible solutions,” is a collaboration between the FSU College of Social Work and the Institute for Humane Studies at […]
More Florida State University students than ever are graduating in four years, but the university’s upward trajectory in student success hasn’t happened overnight. As a result of careful and strategic investments over the past two decades, Florida State’s four-year graduation rate is No. 1 in the state of Florida and one of the best in […]
Something good happens every time Oscar winner and Florida State University graduate Barry Jenkins puts his FSU filmmaking band back together. The talented film school graduates from the class of 2003 have created another masterful movie, “If Beale Street Could Talk,” that’s nominated for three Oscars at the 91st Academy Awards this Sunday.
Improving dietary habits and learning skills such as reading food labels and recognizing the signs of a heart attack have the potential to improve cardiovascular health among underserved rural populations, according to newly published research from Florida State University.
Florida State University junior Travis Burhart has spent his time as a student pursuing his commitment to leadership and love for the outdoors. Through research and unique experiences at FSU, Burhart has paved his own path to align with his interests.