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Students partner with Seminole Dining to recover surplus food for homeless shelters

Florida State University students have joined a nationwide initiative to eliminate waste on college campuses while feeding the hungry at the same time.... Read Story

University mourns death of noted physicist James Brooks

James Brooks, chair of the Florida State University Physics Department and director of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory’s Condensed Matter Science Experimental Program, passed away last week.... Read Story

Florida State names new Federal Relations director

Starting Oct. 1, Michael Frame will serve as Florida State University’s new director of Federal Relations, a critical position that works closely with Washington, D.C.-based stakeholders to help the university expand its local, regional and national footprints. ... Read Story

Nobel laureate to give annual lecture series

Nobel laureate and Florida State University Professor Sir Harold Kroto will host his annual “Opening Minds” lecture series this October to help spur creativity and scientific experimentation within the university and surrounding community. ... Read Story

Professor named 'Woman Physicist of the Month' by national society

Professor Susan Blessing has been named the Woman Physicist of the Month for September by the American Physical Society’s Committee on the Status of Women in Physics.... Read Story

Writer-in-residence wins prestigious literary prize

Florida State University Creative Writing Program writer-in-residence Bob Shacochis has received one of the world’s most prestigious literary awards.... Read Story

Alumnus-directed film No. 1 at box office

“The Maze Runner,” a feature film directed by Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts alumnus Wes Ball (B.F.A. ’02), with writing by T.S. Nowlin (B.F.A. ’03), led the North American box office its opening weekend with one of the biggest September debuts ever.... Read Story

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