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FSU President John Thrasher announced last week that significant policy changes designed to create a healthier campus community and produce safer, more responsible student behavior will begin immediately.
FSU Assistant Professor of Psychology Michael Kofler is seeing promising results from “video games” they created as a potential new option to treat Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder without medication.
FSU Panama City announced it will add two new engineering programs in fall 2018. The university will begin offering a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and a master’s degree in systems engineering.
Florida State’s online programs are among the best in the nation — highlighted by five graduate programs ranked in the Top 20 and three in the Top 10 — according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 Best Online Programs.
Florida State University offers a top-notch education at an affordable price, according to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, one of the nation’s leading publications in personal finance and business forecasting.
President John Thrasher presided over two fall commencement ceremonies Friday, Dec. 15, and Saturday, Dec. 16, at the Donald L. Tucker Center, as the university awarded degrees to more than 2,600 students.
After a year of unprecedented success, President John Thrasher urged the Florida State University community to continue moving forward as it looks toward the future. Thrasher delivered his annual State of the University address to the Faculty Senate on Wednesday, Dec. 6.
Florida State University President John Thrasher was one of 20 individuals inducted into the Florida Veterans’ Hall of Fame during a ceremony at the Governor’s Mansion last week.
Six Florida State University faculty members have been named fellows of the AAAS in recognition of their efforts to advance science or its applications. FSU Vice President for Research Gary K. Ostrander said, “Not only are they excellent teachers and mentors to the next generation of scientists, but they have raised the bar in their […]
Senior Gil Damon, a double major in political science and psychology, charted an unconventional path on his journey to becoming a Rhodes Scholar finalist.
The Florida State University College of Criminology and Criminal Justice is the top college in the world for the study of crime and prison management, according to the Center for World University Rankings.