Second-year medical student Hannah Morgan mentioned her love for arts and crafts on her med school application. But she didn’t know then just how advantageous that passion could be until this past spring, when Morgan’s hobby turned into a passion project to help those in need.
After decades of research, meteorologists still have questions about how hurricanes develop. Now, Florida State University researchers have found that even the smallest changes in atmospheric conditions could trigger a hurricane, information that will help scientists understand the processes that lead to these devastating storms. For more visit fla.st/3hBYJw3
To offset the anger, sadness and stress felt across the globe, two Florida State University med students created a website, “Kindness amid the Coronavirus ,” to highlight and share positive stories.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the connection between nutrition and our overall health has never been more important to understand and nurture.
While the clinical aspect of their education was abbreviated, nursing graduates at Florida State University continued to focus on service.
Sebastian Mejía found his passion for Latin American & Caribbean Studies at Florida State University while embracing his identity as a member of the Latinx community through involvement and research.
Rising junior Jonathan Marcus is the latest Florida State University student to receive an Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
The study, published in the International Journal of Eating Disorders , reveals a “consistent and direct” link between posting photos on Instagram and negative thoughts about weight and shape, urges to exercise and restrict food intake and increased levels of anxiety.
Florida State University’s Museum of Fine Arts (MoFA), accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, boasts 9,000–square–feet of exhibition space and a permanent collection of over 6,000 objects, but like many museums, the staff has spent the past several weeks working on digital projects.
As people around the world isolate in their homes to prevent the spread of COVID-19, scientists have seen some positive environmental outcomes. But can they last? Jeff Chanton from Florida State University’s Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science offers insight.
Using leading-edge insights from economics and entrepreneurship, Florida State University author and researcher Sam Staley offers new insights on the Beatles’ final album release, “Let It Be.”