As the worst of Hurricane Irma moved past Tallahassee Monday afternoon, some of the very best qualities of the Florida State University family were on display at a swiftly organized post-hurricane dinner at Doak Campbell Stadium.
Florida State University’s EMHS program teams up with FEMA Region 4 to test disaster response options using Unmanned Aerial Systems, also commonly known as Drones, during special testing on campus.
Florida State University students participate in Service Leadership Seminar a week before classes begin. SLS is a five-day experience that focuses on community service, identity and leadership development. The program is coordinated through the Center for Leadership & Social Change at Florida State.
The newest group of Florida State University graduate students join The Graduate School Interim Dean, Mark Riley, for an orientation to the university. The annual event features tours of the campus and Strozier library as well as informational sessions on professional development opportunities, funding sources and academic and social opportunities.
Incoming students were told they have what it takes to become a success, solve the world’s toughest challenges and create opportunities for a life well-lived at Florida State University’s 2017 New Student Convocation
The Florida State University community gathers at the Union Green to watch the 2017 Solar Eclipse.
On Monday, August 21, 2017, all of North America will be treated to an eclipse of the sun. Florida State University Assistant Professor of Physics, Jeremiah Murphy, talks about the Total Eclipse and how to safely view the event.
The Class of 2021 dons its white coats for the first time during the white coat ceremony. The white coat is a symbol of the medical profession all aspiring physicians cherish, and this class of first year medical students enjoy this moment with family, friends, and their classmates at Florida State University.
Florida State University celebrates the class of 2017 during its Summer Commencement ceremony. The graduates hear words of encouragement from head baseball coach of the Florida State Seminoles, Mike Martin.
The Young Scholars Program is a six-week residential science and mathematics summer program for Florida high school students with significant potential for careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.