An associate professor of higher education at Florida State University has been recognized by the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) for her outstanding work in the student affairs profession.
Two Florida State University faculty members are joining the massive podcast industry this semester with “Diversity Talks,” a show centered around diversity, inclusion and intercultural competence at FSU. The first episode premieres Monday, February 8th.
The Florida Center for Reading Research launched an interdisciplinary research training program in education sciences for doctoral students.
Every year, Florida State University’s Thank a Professor program gives students the opportunity to show appreciation for faculty with anonymous letters. This past fall, students submitted over 700 tributes.
Florida State University’s Power of WE, a landmark student-led initiative dedicated to empowering students to engage across differences, is launching its next chapter as the nation reckons with deepening polarization and new challenges to democracy.
Christian Hubicki, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, has received a $750,000 Young Faculty Researcher grant from the Toyota Research Institute.
Face masks are helpful in preventing the spread of COVID-19, but researchers believe they can be made even more effective.
FSU researchers are helping to develop procedures and policies for public libraries during natural disasters through a grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services.
Like many other healthcare providers around the world, music therapy faculty and students from the Florida State University College of Music have reinvented how they deliver services due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Eleanor Boudreau came to Florida State University in Aug. 2016 with an admiration for FSU’s Department of English poets. Now, nearing graduation with her Ph.D. in English, she is an accomplished poet herself.
The weeklong celebration features a range of events, including virtual offerings, inspired by the theme “The Black Women in Our Lives.”