Randy Blass, Director of FSU’s Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship, reflects on his role the Entrepreneurial Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities as the innovative program kicks off its 5th year at Florida State.
Former U.S. Marine Ryan Moran struggled to survive in the civilian world, choosing a second deployment over a 9-to-5 job. Then he discovered the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities at Florida State University, and with that the strength and passion to redefine himself and his future.
Florida State University’s fifth Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) kicks off Tuesday, June 19th with a star among the stars and stripes. J.R. Martinez, a 2006 FSU EBV graduate turned Soap Opera star, returns to FSU to address the new class.
Florida State University professor Jayne Standley has developed a musical device that helps premature babies grow and become healthy. The Pacifier Activated Lullaby Device, or PAL, uses a specially wired pacifier and speaker that provides a soothing lullaby when the baby sucks on it properly. The lullaby encourages the infant to continue to suck, essentially […]
In an effort to foster deeper understanding of veterans issues and identify ways to better serve student-veterans at Florida State, the Florida State Veterans Center and the Florida Department of Veterans Affairs hosted the inaugural Seminole Veteran Benefits Expo.
Hundreds of Florida State University students, staff and faculty enjoy a festive, relaxing afternoon at the annual President’s Ice Cream Social. From free Edy’s Grand Ice Cream to live music and entertainment, it was a day of fun for all.
Florida State University welcomes back the Class of 1962 for its 2012 Heritage Day celebration. The commemorative event featured a rededication of green space adjacent to the FSU’s Westcott Building in honor of Mina Jo Powell and the unveiling of two stained-glass windows inside Dodd Hall.
Florida State University’s Garnet & Gold Scholars Society inducts 80 new members for Spring 2012. The society, started by FSU President Eric Barron, honors those who excel in the areas of leadership, internship, service, international and research.
Without Words is a Center for Leadership & Civic Education program meant to bring a new awareness of social justice issues to The Florida State University and Tallahassee communities.
Ground was broken today on College Town, a residential, dining, shopping and entertainment district to be located just south of the Florida State University campus. Administrators from Florida State were joined by officials from the city of Tallahassee and Seminole Boosters at the morning ceremony, which launched the first phase of College Town.
Garnet and Gold fill the courtyards and hallways of Florida’s capitol building, as a spirited crowd gathers to celebrate the strong ties between the Florida State University and the state legislature.