The Peace Corps is celebrating 60 years since President John F. Kennedy established the agency, and Florida State University continues to foster an important partnership with the historic organization.
When John Raulerson left agricultural school to become an artist, he didn’t know what was in store. Now, he’s the program director of Florida State University’s Master Craftsman Studio.
The Florida State University-headquartered National High Magnetic Field Laboratory and the Tallahassee-based MagCorp have inked a five-year agreement to share resources and intellectual property rights in an effort to strengthen relationships between the university and private industry.
Florida State University College of Social Work researchers have found a link between work-related violence and poor health outcomes for child protection workers.
Graduating students in the Florida State University College of Medicine’s M.D. Class of 2021 to learn where they will enter residency training this summer during the college’s Match Day ceremony.
A new NASA grant is facilitating a four-year Florida State University project to investigate whether city investments in green space helps lower temperatures and thus reduce heat-related health problems.
When the COVID-19 pandemic curtailed some of the in-person activities typically offered by Challenger Learning Center of Tallahassee, the science center created an online space mission that has since been used by hundreds of students.
Amid the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dance Marathon at Florida State University raised more than $1.47 million during its first-ever hybrid event March 5-7.
A team of six students from FSU’s Panama City campus took home the $10,000 Mark K. Scott Infinity Funds first-place prize at the 2021 InNOLEvation Challenge.
Compassion, cooperation and policy took center stage March 1 at the keynote event of the “Celebrating Civility” speaker series hosted by the Institute of Politics at Florida State University. The virtual forum featured U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, a Democrat from West Virginia, and former U.S. Sen. Mel Martinez, a Republican and FSU alumnus.
When the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, Florida State University Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Ken Hanson strategized how to continue his popular “Ask a Scientist” event.