This year, Florida State University marked the official opening of its Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science Building. The state-of-the-art space includes 23 research labs and eight teaching labs, a broadcast studio for meteorology students, a 280-seat auditorium and a 100-seat active learning classroom.
This recap looks back at an innovative partnership focused on attracting and retaining top talent in the biomedical field.
FSU Headlines begins it annual review of the top stories of the year, starting with a look back at a milestone celebration for the world’s largest and highest-powered magnet lab.
Florida State University President John Thrasher reflected on the university’s incredible achievements during his six-year tenure as FSU’s 15th president and expressed his excitement for the promise of the future during his final State of the University address.
While it has been a semester like no other at FSU, students, faculty and staff have risen to the challenges of the pandemic with resilience and strength.
Senior Amber Hedquist has discovered her enthusiasm for research and a fascination with rhetoric through an abundance of experiential learning opportunities at Florida State University.
More than 40 undergraduate students present original research or creative work Thursday at the 2020 President’s Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence. The annual showcase highlights research from IDEA Grant, Tech Fellow and iGEM award recipients completed under the mentorship of FSU faculty.
The Florida State University Alumni Association recognized six members of the FSU family during the second annual Alumni Awards Gala.
Nursing student Zoë White has made the most out of her undergraduate career at Florida State University through research, service and leadership opportunities.
Florida State University has appointed FSU Professor of Education Nicole Patton Terry as director of the Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR), a multidisciplinary research center that investigates all aspects of reading and reading-related skills across the lifespan.
Florida State University will recognize its first-generation students and their accomplishments during a week of events expanding upon the nationwide First-Generation College Celebration.