Jawole Willa Jo Zollar has used the power of dance to tell heartfelt, transformational stories throughout her entire career. The Florida State University professor’s own story was honored by The Bessies —the Tony Awards of the dance world — as she received the 2017 NY Dance and Performance Award for Lifetime Achievement in Dance during a ceremony Oct. 9 […]
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Florida State University researchers have brought in record funding of $35.8 million from the National Institutes of Health, more than double the amount the university received five years ago.
The FSU Marching Chiefs are mounting smartphones onto their instruments this year instead of sheet music. The move is estimated to eliminate 85 to 90 percent of the band’s paper consumption.
Florida State University will present the world premiere of the Iraq War documentary“Apache Warrior” as the marquee film for its seventh annual Veterans Film Festival on Oct. 5. “Apache Warrior” takes the audience into the cockpits of a squadron of Apache attack helicopters during the opening of one of the largest invasions in U.S. history. The film was […]
Florida State University has jumped to No. 33 among national public universities in the U.S. News & World Report rankings after moving up five places for the second consecutive year.
Four years ago, Florida State University launched a premier merit scholarship program with the mission of investing in students who have extraordinary potential to be transformational leaders of their generation. Now, as the Presidential Scholars program welcomes its fourth class, it is operating at full capacity for the first time with 100 scholars.
Florida State University welcomes about 42,000 students — including what is expected to be one of the largest incoming freshman classes in university history— as classes begin for the 2017-2018 academic year Monday, Aug. 28.
Bright, spacious and comfortable are just a few ways to describe the two new residence halls Florida State University is opening this fall — providing contemporary on-campus housing opportunities for more than 900 students.
On Monday, Aug. 21, most people, including everyone at Florida State University, will experience a partial solar eclipse as the moon’s shadow sweeps across the United States at more than 1,500 miles per hour. FSU reminds students that it is not safe to look directly at the sun during an eclipse.
To mark its 20th anniversary, Opening Nights has put together a diverse season of best-in-class artists, popular favorites and past Opening Nights performers.
A unique interdisciplinary team of Florida State University researchers is leading the way among scientists worldwide to understand the question of how the male zebra finch learns its songs.
Theresa Van Lith, assistant professor of art therapy in FSU’s Department of Art Education, is working with art therapists to find better ways to treat children who have Autism Spectrum Disorder.