Radio Stories

07/23/2014 - Career guidance lab named in honor of alumnus

The Florida State University Career Center welcomed back an alumnus July 16 for an emotion-filled ribbon-cutting ceremony and dedication of the Tony DiBenedetto Computer-Assisted Career Guidance Lab.

07/21/2014 - New research links bad diet to loss of smell

A Florida State University post-doctoral research links obesity to a loss of smell.

07/18/2014 - Friday News Roundup-Opening Nights and Capital City Challenge

Florida State’s renowned performing arts series has a new name ahead of its 16th season, and the FSU Police Department raises funds for Leon County Special Olympics.

07/16/2014 - Share your story: Student Veterans- Robert Mills

Florida State student veteran Robert Mills talks about his time in the army and his transition back to civilian a lifestyle.

07/14/2014 - Robotics research earns FSU professor prestigious NSF award

The National Science Foundation awarded a grant of $402,804 to Florida State University and Dr. Jonathan Clark for support of his project, "Rotational Dynamics For Improved Legged Locomotion."

07/09/2014 - Society of Automotive Engineers race their way to new records

The FAMU-FSU College of Engineering's Society of Automotive Engineers sets new records at this years baja race competition in Peoria, Illinois.

07/02/2014 - Florida State's 30 under 30

The Florida State University Alumni Association recognizes 30 FSU graduates under the age of 30 for their exceptional achievement and significant contributions made to their profession, community, or university.

06/30/2014 - Share Your Story: Student Veterans- Abby Kinch

Student Veteran Abby Kinch talks about her time in the Air Force and how she became a leader at Florida State University.

06/27/2014 - FSU researchers are part of a team trying to reduce the costs of AIDS medication

A research group led by Florida State University and Virginia Commonwealth University has received a $4.4 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to dramatically reduce the cost of a popular AIDS/HIV medication.

06/25/2014 - Florida State graduate students selected to take part in scientific meeting with Nobel laureates

Two graduate students in the Florida State University Department of Economics have been selected to participate in an annual meeting with Nobel laureates in the field, a prestigious honor afforded only to the top young researchers worldwide.