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FSU dance students to present Days of Dance concert series

Florida State University’s School of Dance will showcase the talent of its faculty and students in its annual Days of Dance concert series. The event features choreography set by faculty as well by graduate and undergraduate students. This year, students have created works from a wide scope of dance genres, including ballet, hip hop, ballroom […]

Opening Nights at Florida State University announces $250,000 endowed gift to provide enhanced cultural arts programming

Opening Nights at Florida State University has announced that a $250,000 endowed gift by Kelly and Laurie Dozier will enable Opening Nights to collaborate with LeMoyne’s Chain of Parks Art Festival to provide enhanced cultural arts programming for the Tallahassee community. The two organizations will partner to present a program to kick off the 19th […]

FSU College of Business earns reaccreditation; AACSB rating benchmark of high educational quality

Florida State University’s College of Business programs in business and accounting have earned extended accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. Accreditation by the organization is the most widely sought benchmark of educational quality worldwide and ensures students are learning material most relevant to their fields of study from highly […]

FSU student employees honored during annual ceremony

The Florida State University Career Center hosted its fourth annual Student Employee of the Year Awards ceremony April 9, celebrating the positive impact student employees have on the Florida State community. “The Student Employee of the Year awards are an incredible opportunity for the FSU community to thank our unsung student employees for the essential […]

DIGITECH 2018 showcases cutting-edge technology, new Innovation Hub

The new Florida State University Innovation Hub was alive with the spirit of invention during the annual DIGITECH event April 11. “DIGITECH is one example of the potential of what the Innovation Hub has to offer,” said Provost Sally McRorie. “Congratulations to all the DIGITECH exhibitors for the amazing innovations. You all have bright futures […]

FSU to host lecture on religious violence

The Florida State University College of Social Sciences and Public Policy and the Center for Global Engagement will present a lecture by Mark Juergensmeyer, distinguished professor in the Department of Global Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Juergensmeyer’s lecture, “The Global Rise of Religious Violence,” will explore the complexities of whether religion is the […]

FSU College of Social Work celebrates 100 years of scholarship and service

“100 years!!” That continuous refrain echoed through the Champions Club Ballroom as Florida State University social work faculty member Pam MacDill outlined highlights of the 100-year history of the College of Social Work’s celebratory gala on April 7. “100 years,” the crowd shouted. “Of innovation,” MacDill continued. “We started the first online MSW program in […]

Students honored at annual Leadership Awards Night

Florida State University students, employees and organizations gathered April 10 for the university’s annual Leadership Awards Night. The ceremony, sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs, honors the diverse collection of individuals and groups across campus who engage in leadership learning. The awards and their recipients are: President’s Award, given to an outstanding freshman for […]

Florida State University Singers to celebrate 70th anniversary with reunion concert

The Florida State University Singers and alumni choir will raise their voices to celebrate 70 years during their spring concert, “We Enter with Singing! Celebrating 70 Years,” April 14 at Ruby Diamond Concert Hall. Kevin Fenton, director of the University Singers, and former director André Thomas, will lead the choirs, featuring more than 100 alumni […]

FSU to feature University of Virginia athletic director in Sport Talk Series

Florida State University’s Foundation for Diversity & Inclusion in Sport will feature Carla Williams, athletic director at the University of Virginia, in its upcoming Sport Talk Series. Williams will discuss her journey of becoming the first African-American woman to hold the title of athletic director at a Power 5 school. The talk will be held […]

FSU welcomes National Academy of Medicine member to university

Barbara Culliton, a distinguished science journalist and elected member of the National Academy of Medicine, has joined Florida State University as a scholar in residence in the College of Communication and Information. “We are extremely excited to have Barbara Culliton joining us at FSU,” said Vice President for Research Gary K. Ostrander. “Her experience as […]