Members of the Florida State University Class of 2022 were welcomed, challenged, inspired and introduced to university traditions during New Student Convocation.
The Graduate School Dean, Mark Riley, welcomes new graduate students to Florida State University for a special orientation to the university.
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 celebrates the class of 2018 during its Summer Commencement ceremonies. The graduates hear words of encouragement from FSU Trustee Jorge Gonzalez. For more visit news.fsu.edu
Students and their professor are working on the first archaeological dig in 10 years at the living history museum that was the shared community of Spanish priests and the Apalachee. They are excavating the former location of a Spanish house that may have also been the spot of an Apalachee structure.
The Florida State University College of Social Work hosts the seventh annual CSW Arts & Athletics Camp — a free, weeklong day camp aimed at fostering positive youth development and college preparation among middle school students.
Florida State University’s Opening Nights and Leon County Schools teamed up to offer elementary and middle school teachers a creative new tool to teach math, in partnership with the John F. Kennedy Center’s Partners in Education program.
Watch the June 2018 edition of FSU Headlines to hear from the director of Opening Nights at Florida State University as they get set for the 21st season of outstanding performances! And FSU celebrates a Softball National Championship, these stories and more in this month’s FSU Headlines.
Florida State University Music Professor Iain Quinn has received a prestigious fellowship to study and bring new life to the musical archive of Rudolph Ganz, an influential and celebrated 20th-century composer, conductor, pianist and music educator.
Over the past decade, ‘Chuck It For Charity’ has collected more than 100 tons of unwanted items such as furnishings, microwaves, school supplies, food and housewares and given them a second life, rather than dumping them in a landfill.
A Florida State University Schools teacher has received a national award for her innovative work in teaching science, technology, engineering and math. Nancy Rosenbaum, a fifth-grade teacher at FSUS, received the 2018 June Scobee Rodgers Innovative Educator Award from the Challenger Center, in a presentation in front of her students, family and fellow teachers.
Join Sarah Eyerly, assistant professor of musicology and director of FSU’s Early Music Program, as she and her colleagues resurrect Native American hymns from the 18th century.