Shuyuan Mary Ho, an assistant professor in the School of Information in the College of Communication and Information at Florida State University and an expert in cybersecurity, built a software application that can assess a human’s disposition and identify potential dangerous behaviors.
02/25/2015 - Stacking Layers II 3D printing symposium
Florida State University presents an exploration of 3D printing technologies and research for students, teachers, innovators and entrepreneurs.
02/24/2015 - Where did the missing oil go?
A new study led by Florida State University Professor of Oceanography Jeff Chanton finds that some 6 million to 10 million gallons are buried in the sediment on the Gulf floor, about 62 miles southeast of the Mississippi Delta.
02/19/2015 - Ukrainian delegation visits Florida State University
A group of Ukrainians involved in health care legislation visit Tallahassee to learn from Florida health care experts under a cultural exchange program arranged by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), a program for learners over 50 sponsored by Florida State University.
02/17/2015 - Student Profile- Cristina Batista
Social work and Creative writing major finds her calling at Florida State University.
Kimberly Driscoll, assistant professor of behavioral sciences and social sciences at the College of Medicine, co-authored a paper to determine if more school personnel should be allowed to help monitor and assist children with Type-1 Diabetes.
02/02/2015 - FSU spring study abroad fair
FSU plays host to its annual Study Abroad Fair to help students learn about its study abroad opportunities and discuss particulars with program leaders and representatives from International Programs, Financial Aid, Academic Advising and past program participants.
Nearly 150 eighth- through 10th-graders from five counties across Florida earned their CPR certification Jan. 23 as participants in the Florida State University College of Medicine’s SSTRIDE program.
01/28/2015 - World's most powerful testing system unveiled
Florida State University’s Center for Advanced Power Systems has unveiled a new 24,000-volt direct current power test system, the most powerful of its kind available at a university research center throughout the world.
01/26/2015 - Melting glaciers have big carbon impact
A study on melting glaciers, published in Nature Geoscience, is the first global estimate by scientists at what happens when major ice sheets break down.