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FSU to feature renowned pianist in free concerts and classes

An internationally renowned pianist will perform recitals and teach classes at Florida State University. Richard Goode, a Housewright Eminent Scholar, will lead three events at the College of Music. He has performed with prominent orchestras in recital venues throughout the world and earned critical acclaim for his interpretations of classical- and romantic-era compositions. Goode’s catalogue […]

FSU College of Business inducts new members of Alumni Hall of Fame

Four outstanding new members comprising the 2018 class were inducted into the Florida State University College of Business Alumni Hall of Fame at the Augustus B. Turnbull III Florida State Conference Center Thursday night. They joined 47 other honorees in the Hall of Fame, created in 2003 to honor alumni who have excelled in their careers […]

FSU research highlights the love-hate relationship between testosterone and marriage

Conflict in marriage can trigger testosterone surges in men, but not women, and these divergent hormonal reactions may highlight why marital arguments can escalate and cause chronic relationship problems. That’s according to first-of-its-kind research from Florida State University’s Anastasia Makhanova, a doctoral student in FSU’s Department of Psychology. The study, published in the journal Hormones […]

FSU research finds troubling disadvantages, including bias, against women in business

Women CEOs in America are paid less, have shorter tenures and their companies are punished in the stock market, even when their firms are just as profitable as those run by men, according to new research from Florida State University. In addition, women CEOs are less likely to serve as board chair of their companies, […]

Macy Jerger

Juggling all the demands on a student-athlete can be tough, but Florida State University beach volleyball star Macy Jerger attacks the challenge like she’s spiking a ball over the net. Jerger has been a high achiever on and off the court. This year, she was named the 2017-2018 Coastal Collegiate Sports Association’s (CCSA) Scholar-Athlete of […]

FSU Advisory Panel on University Namings and Recognitions forwards recommendations concerning Eppes and Roberts

Florida State University President John Thrasher today received recommendations and findings concerning the names of Francis Eppes and B.K. Roberts from the President’s Advisory Panel on University Namings and Recognitions. “I want to thank the members of the panel for their time and efforts on these matters,” Thrasher said. “Their work is important to the […]

FSU produces a record eight Fulbright scholars

Florida State University can add a new distinction to its academic record books as eight faculty members have earned grants from the Fulbright Scholar Program this year. The Fulbright scholars will head out during the 2018-2019 school year to locations around the world to teach and conduct research in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Poland, Malawi, […]

Profiles in Leadership: Sam Huckaba listens, learns and leads Florida State’s largest college

Sam Huckaba is a quiet visionary with a talent for solving problems — a down-to-earth guy with a doctorate in mathematics who revels in tackling an equation, considering the variables and finding the right solution. As dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Huckaba leads the largest college at Florida State University with 11,000 […]

Suwannee Room reopens with expanded options to satisfy all appetites

Florida State University’s historic and beloved dining hall, Suwannee Room, has reopened with a bright new interior look, expanded menu and open-kitchen atmosphere that together elevate the quality of meals and create a fresh dining experience for the campus community. “The Suwannee Room is a wonderful gathering place for students, faculty and staff right in […]

FSU lab research focuses students’ career options and job prospects

Florida State University junior Reannan Riedy and senior Brooke Garringer are busy crunching research data and preparing to reveal their findings at a national conference. The invitation to present their textile research to members of the National Fire Protection Association is an invaluable opportunity for Riedy and Garringer, both retail entrepreneurship majors, and a rare […]

U.S. Military looks to FSU to develop revolutionary machine-learning tool to address upsurge in suicides

An alarming spike in suicides among U.S. military service members and veterans over the past 15 years is prompting the Department of Defense to turn to Florida State University’s renowned suicide research program to find solutions. A new federal grant will support innovative research led by Jessica Ribeiro and Joseph Franklin, both assistant professors in […]