FSU President John Thrasher signed a Memorandum of Understanding to allow the Dale Mabry Army Air Field Museum to take possession of a historic residential structure that was once part of Dale Mabry Army Air Field (DMAAF) but became part of the university’s campus in 1947.
The director of the Florida State University-headquartered National High Magnetic Field Laboratory has been named a member of the National Academy of Sciences, an esteemed designation that recognizes his distinguished career in physics. Greg Boebinger joins eight current and retired Florida State University faculty as members of a national academy, including current MagLab Chief Scientist […]
What a weekend! Take a look back at our first in-person commencement ceremonies of 2021! Congrats to all our graduates. For more visit news.fsu.edu #FSU21
Certain brightly colored coral species dotting the seafloor may appear indistinguishable to many divers and snorkelers, but Florida State University researchers have found that these genetically diverse marine invertebrates vary in their response to ocean warming, a finding that has implications for the long-term health of coral reefs. The researchers used molecular genetics to differentiate […]
Florida State University awarded an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree Thursday, March 11, to alumnus and insurance industry trailblazer William T. Hold. FSU President John Thrasher presided over the small, socially distanced ceremony held at the FSU President’s house. Thrasher said that, while the COVID-19 pandemic forced a smaller ceremony, he was thrilled to […]
Interim Head Women’s Basketball Coach, Brooke Wyckoff, joined forces with Erika Lambert, associate head women’s basketball coach at Abilene Christian University to create Moms in Coaching in 2014. The group helps guide moms on and off the court.
FSU’s COVID-19 vaccination distribution to faculty, staff and students age 65 and older marks another important step in promoting a healthier and safer campus. #StayHealthyFSU
Florida State University President John Thrasher reviews the university’s accomplishments and outlines goals for the future.
Florida State University Panama City announced a new scholarship program today that will provide tuition-free education for qualified Northwest Florida students with combined family and student income of $50,000 or less or are eligible for Pell Grants.