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Lifelong learners look forward to new OLLI at FSU semester 

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Florida State University is offering a full slate of classes, clubs and activities this fall tailored to lifelong learners. Registration opens September 15. Class offerings are available at olli.fsu.edu. With the success of Zoom classes through the past few semesters and the continuing threat of COVID-19, OLLI will continue […]

FSU College of Business academic programs score No. 1, No. 5 national rankings

The Florida State University College of Business kept its place among the top business schools in the country with a No. 1 ranking among all schools for its Dr. William T. Hold/The National Alliance Program in Risk Management and Insurance and a No. 5 ranking among public schools for its Real Estate program. That’s according […]

Student success powers FSU’s Top 20 ranking by U.S. News & World Report

Florida State University continued its impressive run as a Top 20 national public university and was also recognized as one of the country’s best values in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings. FSU reaffirmed its place in the Top 20 among public universities for the third consecutive year, retaining its No. 19 spot. […]

Florida State University students remember those lost on Sept. 11

As people around the world recognize the 20th anniversary of September 11, Florida State University students planted American flags on the campus Friday to remember those who lost their lives in the tragedy. Organized by the Collegiate Veterans Association and Veterans Student Union, the annual flag display honors the 2,977 lives lost 20 years ago. […]

SGA President Janvier outlines priorities in State of the Student Body

Florida State University Student Body President Nastassia Janvier outlined her priorities for the year and overall vision for the future of the university during her State of the Student Body address Sept. 8 at the FSU Alumni Center. President Richard McCullough and Vice President for Student Affairs Amy Hecht delivered opening remarks. “As student leaders, […]

FSU English professor earns prestigious NEH grant to digitize novelist Gloria Naylor’s work and develop literary archival model

A faculty member in Florida State University’s Department of English has received a collaborative research grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to digitize the work of award-winning American novelist Gloria Naylor and develop a model for engaging Black women’s literary archives. Professor of English Maxine Montgomery will use the three-year, $100,000 award to […]

FSU experts available to discuss National Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off September 15 and will bring with it a celebration of the culture, history and contributions of those citizens whose ancestors came from Mexico, South and Central America, the Caribbean and Spain.  September 15 is a significant date in Hispanic culture as it is the anniversary of independence for Costa Rica, Guatemala, […]

FSU researcher receives Florida Department of Health grant to study cardiovascular health

A Florida State University researcher has received a grant from the Florida Department of Health to investigate the link between a type of protein called sarcospan and the cardiovascular health of smokers.   Michelle Parvatiyar, an assistant professor in the FSU College of Health and Human Sciences, is leading the project. The grant is awarded through the James and Esther […]

FSU symposium to explore substance use disorder curriculum and community behavioral health in Florida

A group of Florida State University researchers is bringing together experts from around the country for a one-day symposium focused on substance use disorder. The Center for the Study and Promotion of Communities, Families and Children at Florida State University is hosting “Substance Use Disorder Symposium: Emerging Trends and Critical Issues” in collaboration with the Florida […]

FSU expert available to comment for Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

Suicide is a complex public health issue with far-reaching impacts. The National Alliance on Mental Illness recognizes September as Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, a time to focus on the causes and treatments of this disease. Florida State University expert Dr. F. Andrew Kozel is available to comment to media about suicide and the latest medical […]

FSU Libraries unveils newly renovated Strozier Library floor

When the fall semester kicked off last month, FSU Libraries revealed some exciting new renovations on the second floor of Strozier Library, creating an ideal environment to foster student success. FSU Libraries and FSU Facilities worked together to design an updated space with an open floor plan, new desks, seating, flooring and enhanced directional signage. […]

Kinsey Collection slated for spring at Florida State University Panama City

The nationally recognized Kinsey Collection of African American Art & History arrives at Florida State University Panama City in April 2022. “We are honored to have an exhibit of this caliber coming to FSU Panama City,” said Dean Randy Hanna. “This collection not only documents American history but also the tremendous contribution Black artists have […]