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FSU to receive $98.7 million in performance funding

Florida State University has improved in every performance metric outlined by the Florida Board of Governors and will receive $98.7 million in performance funding this year in recognition of its continuing excellence. The funds will allow Florida State to continue making investments in targeted areas as it strives toward its goal of becoming a U.S. […]

FSU invests in the future of the Museum of Fine Arts with two new appointments

Florida State University’s Museum of Fine Arts has appointed two new staff members to oversee its activities and exhibition space, effective July 30. Preston McLane will serve as the museum’s new director. He will succeed MoFA founding director Allys Palladino-Craig, who will retire in September after 38 years at the helm of the museum. Meredith […]

FSU boasts best four-year graduation rate in Florida

Florida State University now has the best four-year graduation rate of any public university in Florida, according to the latest data reported in the State University System’s 2018 Accountability Plan. The university’s four-year graduation rate is 68.4 percent, nearly three points higher than the previous year’s cohort, placing FSU first among all State University System […]

FSU Career Center honored for exemplary service

The Florida State University Career Center has been recognized by the National Career Development Association for exemplifying excellence in career development. The center received the association’s Exemplary Career Center Award in the area of Education, Government and Business at the 2018 NCDA Global Conference held June 21-23 in Phoenix. The FSU Career Center is known […]

FSU Summer Music Camps celebrate 77 years of musical delight

Hundreds of middle and high music students from across the world are participating in the 77th season of Florida State University’s renowned FSU Summer Music Camps. Camps began on June 10, and over the course of five weeks, 1,500 young musicians will take part in 14 different programs. “Our camps not only provide great musical […]

Changing a path: FSU social work camp inspires students to succeed

Local middle schoolers got a chance to experience life on a college campus for a week in June thanks to the Florida State University College of Social Work’s annual Arts and Athletics Summer Camp. Now in its seventh year, the camp touts the benefits of higher education and transforms the mindsets of students who might […]

Defying gravity: FSU professor’s work to be conducted at International Space Station

A Florida State University professor’s latest experiments will take place far above the Earth when astronauts at the International Space Station begin working with FSU on what’s called a chemical garden. Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Oliver Steinbock will send materials for experiments to the International Space Station in June aboard a Falcon 9 rocket […]

Art history graduate student curates exhibition at the Embassy of Peru Art Gallery

A Florida State University doctoral candidate in art history has curated an exhibit that will open June 28 at the Embassy of Peru Art Gallery in Washington, D.C. Gabriela Germana curated the exhibition “Metal Bodies: Contemporary Peruvian Women Artists,” which showcases the art of 10 contemporary Peruvian women artists who have explored the female form through the […]

FSU study finds religious involvement does little to prevent opioid abuse

Does going to church help people avoid struggles with opioid abuse? New research from Florida State University says no. In a new study published in the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, a team of researchers led by FSU Associate Professor Amy Burdette examined the correlation ­— or lack thereof — between drug use […]

FSU iCamp promotes STEM education

Underrepresented high school students are getting an opportunity this summer to learn valuable skills at FSU iCamp, a six-week program that provides hands-on learning in STEM subjects: science, technology, engineering and math. FSU iCamp is a partnership between Florida State University’s College of Communication and Information, the U.S Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) and the […]

Center for Advanced Power Systems and Advanced Conductor Technologies demonstrate new superconducting power cable

Florida State University’s Center for Advanced Power Systems and the Colorado-based Advanced Conductor Technologies LLC are taking a big step in the world of superconductor technology that could have major implications for naval, aviation and power grid applications. Through a grant program that encourages private industry to partner with university scientists, a research team from […]

New director named for MagLab’s Applied Superconductivity Center

The reins of the MagLab’s Applied Superconductivity Center (ASC) have been handed over to scientist and professor Lance Cooley. Cooley takes over for his longtime mentor David Larbalestier, who will remain the chief scientist for materials at the MagLab and a professor in the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering. “These are exciting times for the field […]