Radio Stories

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.

04/28/2015 - Garnet and Gold Scholar Society Induction Ceremony Spring 2015

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.

04/27/2015 - Student Employee of the Year Award Ceremony

Florida State University honors its working students during the inaugural Student Employee of the Year Ceremony.

04/24/2015 - Senior Toast 2015

The Class of 2015 gathers at the President's Senior Toast and Reception to reflect on their time at Florida State University.

04/23/2015 - Rob Spencer Climate Change Research Publication

Florida State University researcher and professor of Oceanography Rob Spencer’s latest work published in Geophysical Research Letters, shows that centuries old carbon being released as northern regions of the earth thaw is immediately decomposing and turning into carbon dioxide, feeding the global climate change cycle.

04/22/2015 - FSU Coastal and Marine Lab to host open house

The Florida State University Coastal & Marine Laboratory will host “Restoring Resiliency, Protecting our Oceans and Coastlines,” an open house to encourage personal responsibility in the protection of the world’s oceans and coastlines.

04/21/2015 - 2015 InNOLEvation Challenge

The InNOLEvation Challenge is a business model competition that gives students at Florida State University the opportunity to apply what they’ve learned in the class room into a real life board room.

04/17/2015 - 2015 Truman Scholar Daniel Hubbard

A Florida State University psychology major studying the causes of suicide, particularly in the military community, has been named a 2015 Truman Scholar, a prestigious national award given to college juniors who seek to improve their communities through public service. Daniel Hubbard, 27, a junior from Tallahassee who spent five years as an Army medic before enrolling at Florida State, is among this year’s class of 58 Truman Scholars and the only one from Florida. He was selected from a pool of 688 candidates nominated by 297 colleges and universities.

04/16/2015 - Art in STEM exhibit

A picture is worth a thousand words and that’s exactly what graduate biology student, Jessica Martinez wants to convey with the “Art in STEM research” exhibition.