The Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography (MANCC) at Florida State University has been tapping and twirling its way to the top. Now, it has received one of the top awards given to such a center.
The Florida State University and its Florida Center for Advanced Aero-Propulsion will play a key role in a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) initiative that joins academia, industry and government to address the potential of commercial space transportation.
FSU may seem like a long way from the bright lights of Broadway, but this year the 2010 Tony Awards were up close and personal for many of Florida State’s alumni. The cast or crew of at least five nominated productions included graduates from the FSU School of Theatre. In this episode, FSU President Eric […]
In this episode of Issues in Education, Florida State University President Eric Barron explores FSU’s role with the new Oil Spill Academic Task Force. Florida State was selected to coordinate the work of the task force, which includes 14 other public and private universities in the state. Dr. Barron talks with task force members Felicia […]
Research at the undergraduate level is the topic for this month’s program. Florida State University President Eric Barron talks with two students who recently received the first Atlantic Coast Conference Fellowships for Undergraduate Research at FSU: Al Heartley, a theatre major; and Andrew Attar, a chemistry major. The students discuss their projects, the role research […]
In this episode, Florida State University President Eric Barron talks with three of the 10 Florida State University students selected as 2010 Fulbright scholars: Kerry Gilmore (doctoral student in organic chemistry), Allison Leger (master’s student in the College of Motion Picture Arts), and Richard Benson (recent graduate with degrees in applied economics and history). The […]
The recent legislative session is the focus of a discussion between Florida State University President Eric Barron and Chancellor of the State University System of Florida Frank Brogan. The pair talk about how higher education fared in the 2010 legislative session, the impact of budget decisions on universities across the state and the Board of […]
Two Florida State University researchers from two different disciplines come together to solve problems in the understanding of the human pituitary gland.
As oil spreads across the Gulf coast, a pair of Florida State University researchers hit the Gulf beaches to investigate tiny microbes potentially capable of cleaning up the sands.
When you are not in class or studying, you can find plenty to do at Florida State University. Many students enjoy relaxing with friends in one of our 14 residence halls. Students can attend free movies, go bowling, attend one of the university’s many athletic or artistic events and much more. Students also have access […]