05/22/2015 - FSU Distinguished Teacher Award
Trisha Terebelski received Florida State University’s 2015 Distinguished Teacher Award, which is the university’s top award for teaching. As a teaching professor in the Department of Biological Science within the College of Arts and Sciences, she talks about her passion for teaching and working with students at FSU.
As municipalities increasingly address sustainability concerns, a Florida State University professor has received a National Science Foundation grant to study how they can best coordinate sustainability efforts across multiple agencies.
Mike Ormsbee, the director of FSU's Institute of Sport Science and Medicine, leads a team of students in groundbreaking research on the effects of extreme endurance events like Ultraman. Former Florida State swimmer, Chris Clark, and his endurance coach, Chuck Kemeny, contacted Ormsbee and the ISSM to help Clark complete the Ultraman Florida event this past February.
05/11/2015 - Chuck it for Charity Donation Drive
Florida State's Sustainability Program and over one-hundred volunteers collected 15 tons of clothes, books, housewares, and more from the residence halls to be donated to local charities at the end of the 2015 spring semester. Chuck it for Charity Donation Drive is growing in popularity every semester and Director Elizabeth Swiman wants to use that growth to help spread the message of sustainability.
05/08/2015 - FSU Coastal and Marine Lab Open House
More than nine-hundred visitors flocked to the coast in beautiful St. Theresa to attend FSU's Coastal and Marine Lab Annual Open House. Guests were able to experience hands on activities like touch tanks, oyster tonging, and many other exhibits.
Three Florida State University students receive a prestigious national award that will propel them into a new level of research and opportunity. They tell us about their research and what receiving this grant means to them.
05/04/2015 - Florida State University Spring 2015 Commencement
Florida State University celebrates the class of 2015 during its Spring Commencement Ceremonies. The graduates hear words of encouragement from Sir Harold W. "Harry" Kroto, Florida State's Francis Eppes Professor of Chemistry and co-recipient of the 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry; Marine Gen. John F. Kelly, commander of U.S. Southern Command; and Bill Smith, president and CEO of Capital City Bank Group.
04/30/2015 - Molly Gordon wins 2015 Goldwater Scholarship
Molly R. Gordon conducts research into cellular and molecular biology as an undergraduate and for her work has received a prestigious Goldwater Scholarship, awarded to the nation’s brightest mathematics, science and engineering college sophomores and juniors.
Florida State University's Garnet & Gold Scholar Society inducts it's largest class of Scholars during its Spring 2015 ceremony. The society honors students who excel in the areas of leadership, internship, service, international study and research.