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.
Florida State University’s Program in Neuroscience presents the 2015 Rushton Lectures, featuring presentations from eight outstanding alumni who have achieved notable success in their early careers with new faculty positions, executive positions in research-related companies or significant grant funding.
01/21/2015 - Philosophy professor talks about "The Good Life"
Florida State philosophy professor, Michael Bishop, began looking at how both philosophers and psychologists study what makes a person happy. And that has led to a new theory on how to live the good life.
01/16/2015 - Share Your Story: Brian Bell
Student veteran Brian Bell shares how Florida State's Student Veterans Center helped him overcome tragedy.
01/14/2015 - FSU celebrates MLK Week 2015
2015 marks the 27th annual MLK Week at Florida State University! The week runs from January 14-20th for time to reflect on the past and challenge ourselves to be engaged in creating social justice and advocating for the civil rights of all!
01/09/2015 - Florida State programs move up in the rankings
Florida State's online graduate programs and student veterans initiatives earn high marks in two new rankings.
01/08/2015 - Blueberries: Small fruit delivers big reward
Just one cup of blueberries per day could be the key to reducing blood pressure and arterial stiffness, both of which are associated with cardiovascular disease.
Florida State recently conferred an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree on Louise Jones Gopher, a noted champion of education and a member of the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
01/06/2015 - Student Profiles- Kate Mazzotta
Student driven by curiosity to pursue humanities research.
12/15/2014 - Fall 2014 Commencement at Florida State
Florida State University celebrates the final graduating class of 2014 at the fall commencement ceremony.
2014 Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor and Nuclear Physicist, Mark A. Riley, and Seminole Tribe of Florida member, Louise Jones Gopher, serve as the commencement speakers for the two fall ceremonies. Gopher also receives an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Florida State University.