One of Florida State University’s “Student Stars,” Ellen Cecil-Lemkin, is on a mission to make sure current and future generations of students have a better chance of succeeding in college because of her own journey navigating higher education with a disability.
An accomplished chemist who has helped steer the direction of chemical and biological research at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory is being honored as Florida State University’s 2019-2020 Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor. Timothy Cross is a professor of chemistry and biochemistry. Being named a Lawton professor is the highest honor given by FSU […]
Family, friends and former colleagues of the late Professor Sir Harold Kroto honored the Nobel Laureate’s memory by dedicating the auditorium of the FSU Chemical Sciences Laboratory in his honor.
Rising ocean temperatures have long been linked to negative impacts for marine life, but a Florida State University team has found that the long-term outlook for many marine species is much more complex — and possibly bleaker — than scientists previously believed.
An FSU research team will use a $2.9-million award from the National Institute on Aging to develop next-generation artificial intelligence that could promote early detection and treatment of age-related cognitive decline.
From determining the value of virtual reality technology in autism intervention to studying excitation models of interval-counting neurons, undergraduate students at Florida State University presented a wide variety of impressive research at the 2019 President’s Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence.
Florida State University recently honored alumnus James M. Seneff and the CNL Charitable Foundation. Seneff (BUS ’68) also presented 16 students with medals signifying their elite status as James M. Seneff Scholars in the College of Business’ James M. Seneff Honors Program. The James M. Seneff Honors Program, established through a $2 million gift to […]
Nearly 150 Florida State University students, faculty and staff took part in a healthy dialogue on the topics of diversity, inclusion and equity in researching and teaching in higher education during the 2nd annual DIRECTO symposium.
A new study by Florida State University researchers has found that immigrants who have been released from prisons in Florida are significantly less likely to reoffend than their nonimmigrant peers.
Are gun owners more or less afraid than people who do not own guns? A new study from researchers at Florida State University and the University of Arizona hopes to add some empirical data to the conversation after finding that gun owners tend to report less fear than non-gun owners.
Golf ball-size clods of weathered crude oil originating from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon catastrophe could remain buried in sandy Gulf Coast beaches for decades, according to a new study by ecologists at Florida State University.
The practice of trawling has devastated seamounts around the world and scientists have generally believed that an ecological recovery was unlikely. However, in the case of the Hawaiian-Emperor Seamount Chain, there is a glimmer of hope.