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FSU dance students to present Days of Dance concert series

Florida State University’s School of Dance will showcase the talent of its faculty and students in its annual Days of Dance concert series. The event features choreography set by faculty as well by graduate and undergraduate students. This year, students have created works from a wide scope of dance genres, including ballet, hip hop, ballroom […]

FSU to host lecture on religious violence

The Florida State University College of Social Sciences and Public Policy and the Center for Global Engagement will present a lecture by Mark Juergensmeyer, distinguished professor in the Department of Global Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Juergensmeyer’s lecture, “The Global Rise of Religious Violence,” will explore the complexities of whether religion is the […]

Classics professor named director of excavations at longest-running American archaeological project in Greece

A Florida State University faculty member has achieved a top honor in the field of classical archaeology. Christopher A. Pfaff, an associate professor in FSU’s Department of Classics, was recently named director of excavations at Ancient Corinth by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Considered one of the most important archaeological sites from […]

FSU to host first-ever national state of the field of 18th-century French history conference

Florida State University is set to convene dozens of top historians of long 18th-century and revolutionary France from throughout the United States for a landmark conference on French history in American academia — the first-ever national conference of its kind. The two-day meeting, to be presented by FSU’s Institute on Napoleon and the French Revolution […]

70 years later: FSU professor reflects on legacy of the Marshall Plan

On June 5, 1947, as Europe sat smoldering in the wake of World War II, U.S. Secretary of State George C. Marshall rose to address a Harvard University convocation. During his remarks, Marshall outlined the need for an international cooperative plan for European recovery, drafted by participating European nations and buttressed by “friendly advice” and […]

National MagLab to receive $184M NSF renewal grant

Lab To Remain Headquartered at Florida State University The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory will receive $184 million over the next five years from the National Science Foundation, keeping the world’s most powerful magnet lab headquartered at Florida State University. The National Science Board authorized NSF to make the five-year award for the continuing operation […]

10th Annual PeaceJam to feature Nobel Peace Laureate Kailash Satyarthi

Nobel Peace Prize recipient and children’s rights activist Kailash Satyarthi will speak about his efforts leading a global movement to end child slavery and exploitive labor practices during PeaceJam Southeast’s 10th Anniversary Conference at Florida State University. The talk will take place at 6 p.m. Friday, April 6, in the Augustus B. Turnbull III Florida […]

Faculty and Staff Briefs: March 2018

HONORS AND AWARDS Lynn Jones, Ph.D. (Art History) has been awarded a Short-Term Senior Fellowship at Koç Üniversity’s Research Center for Anatolian Civilisations (RCAC) in Istanbul, Turkey, where she will be working on her book “The Imperial Cult in Middle Byzantine Art” and researching the cult of Constantine I. BYLINES Sarah Lester, Ph.D. (Geography) recently […]

FSU College of Education professor selected to craft international student assessment

A Florida State University professor has been invited to help create an international educational survey that will be administered in 2021. Valerie Shute, a professor in the Department of Educational Psychology and Learning Systems at FSU, will help design a part of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), a triennial international survey that aims […]