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African Arts Lecture Series to Debut at FSU

Whether you’re into art….or art history, the Florida State College of Fine Arts, has something for everyone. The department of art, the department of art education…and then there’s the department of art history…which regularly brings in esteemed scholars from around the world to talk about art. The first of three lectures will begin Wednesday, September […]

FSU Research Highlights the Love-Hate Relationship Between Testosterone and Marriage

Conflict in marriage can trigger testosterone surges in men, but not women, and these divergent hormonal reactions may highlight why marital arguments can escalate and cause chronic relationship problems. That’s according to first-of-its-kind research from Florida State University’s Anastasia Makhanova, a doctoral student in FSU’s Department of Psychology. The study, published in the journal Hormones […]

Recreational fisheries pose threat to skittish sea turtles

Every summer, thousands of amateur scallopers flock to the warm coastal waters of Florida’s Crystal River region, anchor their boats and reap the delicious bounty of the state’s largest recreational bay scallop fishery. For these seasonal anglers, the toothsome morsels are well worth the two- or three-meter dive. But new research from scientists at Florida […]