FSU Panama City celebrated Black History Month with author/TV director Jeffrey Blount discussing “The Power of Words.” Blount is an award-winning author. His newest novel, “The Emancipation of Evan Walls,” explores the academic and social life of a black child growing up in the racially charges 1960s.
From measuring groundwater seepage to studying how the Zika virus alters DNA organization, Florida State University master’s students presented their significant research at the annual FSU Graduate School’s Master’s in Four competition. Jay Pension from the School of Theatre took home the top prize of $1,000 for his presentation, “Connecting Consumers with the Arts.”
Florida State University and Mayo Clinic in Florida signed a multifaceted agreement in Jacksonville to attract and retain top talent in the biomedical field. The collaborative education efforts will focus on medical innovation and promote a market-driven approach to create a highly trained workforce focused on taking medical technology from the research space to clinical […]
Florida State University’s legendary symbols, Osceola and Renegade, joined the FSU Marching Chiefs, FSU Students and university president John Thrasher, at the Seminole Tribe of Florida’s 82nd annual Brighton Field Day and Rodeo.
Florida State University marked the official opening of its state-of-the-art Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science Building and paid tribute to one of the university’s former presidents during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday. Former FSU President Eric J. Barron and his wife, Molly, returned to FSU for the grand opening and dedication of a statue commemorating Barron’s […]
State Lawmakers recognized all things FSU and Head football Coach Mike Norvell spoke as Florida State University celebrated another year of preeminence during FSU Day at the Capitol 2020.
The NEH Fellowship, worth $60,000, will allow Florida State University Associate Professor of Philosophy Nathanael Stein to take a yearlong sabbatical to complete work on his forthcoming book tentatively titled “Causation and Explanation in Aristotle.”
A $2.2 million Department of Defense grant will fund an FSU investigation into the dynamics of smoke from prescribed burns, giving land managers a better understanding of when and how to best use the technique.
Florida State University’s Reserve Officer Training Corps has a longstanding history with the university. With the support of FSU leadership, the ROTC program has been recognized as one of the nation’s best.
Rebecca Peters, a religion doctoral candidate at Florida State University, will travel to India to get a behind-the-scenes look at the country’s biggest and most well-known industry.
Research from Florida State University is giving physicians a better understanding of ketamine, a potentially useful tool in treating depression that still has unanswered questions. FSU research: Ketamine could help men suffering from alcohol use disorder