Dr. Bahram Arjmandi has conducted a study of the health benefits of dried plums and found that the miracle fruit can provide significant help in the battle of bone disease.
When it comes to the art of writing historical novels based on the epic battles in American history, no one does it better than FSU graduate and New York Times Best Selling Author Jeff Shaara.
FSU’s College of Communication & Information and the School of Library & Information Studies team up with the Warrick Dunn Family Foundation to provide home libraries for Homes for the Holidays recipients.
FSU President Eric Barron is joined by representatives from the FSU Collegiate Veterans Association, the FSU Interfraternity Council, and the FSU Film School to announce the university’s new veteran initiatives. To launch the initiatives, a special Veterans Day screening of “Hell and Back Again,” directed by Danfung Dennis, will make its Southeastern premiere at Ruby […]
Florida State University celebrates the Med School’s reaccreditation with an ice cream social. The College of Medicine is now the first medical school of the 21st century to be reaccredited.
Florida State University marks Veterans Day with a screening of the acclaimed new documentary film “Hell and Back Again.” The film’s subjects, U.S. Marine Sgt. Nathan Harris and his wife, Ashley, joined the filmmakers in visiting campus to support FSU’s student veteran initiatives. Vanessa Nguyen reports. (Nov. 11, 2011)
Tom Roberts, a cell biologist at Florida State University, explains his research developments in cell mobility and how it will aid in scientific gains in the future.
Florida State University Education Professor Valerie Shute uses stealth assessment techniques to turn little Johnny and Susan’s video games into educational competency tests.
The new Institute of Sports Sciences & Medicine at Florida State University partners medicine, human sciences, education and athletics at FSU with Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic to create a unique athletic performance research center.
Florida State University President Eric Barron leads the official dedication of the newly renovated William Johnston building. A wholly redefined, interdisciplinary environment, this building now stands as a testament to FSU’s push toward progress and sustainability.
Florida State University marks the official opening of the FSU Veterans Center with Saturday’s ribbon cutting. The Pearl Tyner House will serve as the center’s temporary location.