The director of the Florida State University-headquartered National High Magnetic Field Laboratory has been named a member of the National Academy of Sciences, an esteemed designation that recognizes his distinguished career in physics. Greg Boebinger joins eight current and retired Florida State University faculty as members of a national academy.
Professor Raphael Kampmann received the Distinguished Teacher Award during the university’s annual Faculty Awards ceremony, which was held virtually on April 22.
Florida State University students are moving out of their respective residence halls, but not everything is headed home with them. What do they do with some of the leftovers? Look no further than Florida State’s Chuck it for Charity program.
Professor of Physics Jorge Piekarewicz and Professor of English Gary Taylor have been selected to receive the honor for 2021-2022. Both professors are from the College of Arts and Sciences, representing the breadth and strength of FSU’s largest and most academically diverse college.
In collaboration with Florida State University Libraries, faculty member Michael David Franklin is leading an oral history project documenting the experiences of GLBT individuals across North Florida.
The Rural Opioid Technical Assistance (ROTA) program delivers evidence-based training and related materials tailored to the needs of rural communities in the Florida Panhandle.
The University Counseling Center at Florida State University has met students where they are through telehealth services, providing critical mental health support during challenging times.
Florida State University’s Master Craftsman Studio has saved the university $95,000 through its production of personal protective equipment and Plexiglas partitions.
When Florida State University announced a transition to remote learning last spring, the news sprung information and technology staff around campus into an unfamiliar place — the spotlight.
This year’s FSU Day at the Capitol celebrated Florida State University’s academic and athletic success in a virtual format. And in other campus news, FSU’s Office of Research Development prepares to host its largest Collaborative Collision event yet.
Florida State University’s Fannie Lou Hamer Professor of Rhetorical Studies, Davis Houck, has created an extensive K-12 curriculum based on Hamer’s life.
A new national fellowship will help a Florida State University alumna tell the story of Fannie Lou Hamer via documentary.