Members of the Florida State University Class of 2023 — the largest class of first-year students in university history — were introduced to university traditions during New Student Convocation Sunday, Aug. 25, at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center.
Florida State University students participate in Service Leadership Seminar a week before classes begin. SLS is a five-day experience that focuses on community service, identity and leadership development. The program is coordinated through the Center for Leadership & Social Change at Florida State.
The Graduate School Dean, Mark Riley, welcomes the largest group of new graduate students to Florida State University for a special orientation.
Florida State University’s College of Medicine welcomes first-year medical students into medical school with its annual white coat ceremony. For more information visit med.fsu.edu
Florida State University’s Academic Diving Program, established in 1975, oversees and supports underwater research for students, faculty, and staff from the FSU Coastal & Marine Laboratory, the departments of Anthropology, Earth Ocean and Atmospheric Science, Geography, and the Department of Biological Sciences. While much of the work is conducted in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico, […]
Forty of Florida’s top STEM seniors are on campus for the six-week Young Scholars program. These elite students have a unique opportunity to experience college life by taking classes and conducting research.
Florida State Women’s Basketball partners with Texas Roadhouse on Capital Circle Northeast to build beds for a great cause as part of the “Sleep in Heavenly Peace” initiative.
Watch the July 2019 edition of FSU Headlines to see how the MagLab broke a world record. And see more from Florida State University including…FSU welcomes a new head baseball coach, watch a special FSU Academic Dive Program showcase, and experiential learning takes center stage at FSU.
A new multi-institution study spearheaded by researchers at Florida State University and the University of California, Los Angeles suggests a tiny protein could play a major role in combating heart failure related to Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD), the most common lethal genetic disorder among children. For more visit https://fla.st/2Xh6JLx
For the eighth year in a row, the FSU College of Social Work hosted its annual Arts and Athletics Summer Camp for two weeks in June. The camp aims to foster positive youth development and give a glimpse of college life to middle school students, many of whom come from socially and economically disadvantaged backgrounds.