As the world deals with the outbreak of COVID-19, Florida State University Associate Professor of History Ben Dodds, a specialist in medieval England as well the Black Death, discussed life in the 14th century and lessons we can take from that moment in time. (Aired 04/14/20)
When FSU moved to remote learning, it made most faculty across campus completely rethink their lesson plans. That’s especially true for the arts, where many faculty are reimagining how they normally communicate and teach the best practices of the creative process.
Public health officials are asking people to avoid socializing with others to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. That means people often have to make tough decisions about how to respond.
Florida State University donors, friends, alumni, faculty and staff around the globe are coming together for a one-day online giving event focused on support for FSU’s student emergency funds, which will aid students who are having financial struggles due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (Aired 04/07/20)
The University Counseling Center at Florida State University is offering telemental-health services to help students navigate the new reality of COVID-19. (Aired 04/03/20)
In a new study published by a Florida State University team, researchers found that male Trinidadian guppies observe a form of nepotism when it comes to pursuing the opposite sex. (Aired 4/2/20)
Senior Cara Steinberg has tailored her Florida State University experiences to support her goal of becoming an occupational therapist for those with special needs. (Aired 3/31/20)
Men are more prone to competitive risk taking and violent behavior, so what happens when the number of men is greater than the number of women in a population? According to research by Florida State University Professor of Psychology Jon Maner, the answers might not be what you expect.
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.