08/28/2014 - College of Medicine White Coat Ceremony
Florida State University’s College of Medicine welcomes 120 first-year medical students into medical school with its annual white coat ceremony.
08/27/2014 - A new freshman class makes its way to campus
Classes for the 2014-2015 academic year began Monday, Aug. 25, for about 41,500 Florida State University students, including graduate students and an academically accomplished freshman class of about 6,100.
08/27/2014 - Freshmen give back during Service Leadership Seminar
Forty-two incoming Florida State University students arrived on campus a week before classes begin to participate in the Service Leadership Seminar (SLS), a five-day experience that focuses on community service, identity and leadership development.
Florida State University welcomes its incoming first-year students during New Student Convocation. The more than 6,100 students in the class of 2018 learn the traditions of the university, and FSU's Center for the Advancement of Human Rights executive director, Terry Coonan, delivers an inspiring speech. After the convocation students enjoyed a backyard bbq at the president's house.
08/22/2014 - The Graduate School new student orientation
The newest group of Florida State University graduate students join The Graduate School Dean, Nancy Marcus, for an orientation to the university. The annual event features tours of the campus and Strozier Library as well as informational sessions on professional development opportunities, funding sources and academic and social opportunities.
08/20/2014 - Opening Nights returns to Tallahassee this fall
Florida State University will welcome back world-class performers and introduce new artists to the community during the 2014-2015 Opening Nights Performing Arts series.
08/18/2014 - FSU researchers studying sinkhole patterns
Xiaoming Wang and Ming Ye are using their expertise in math to gather data and find any patterns in sink hole formation using a miniaturized sink hole model.
FSU plays host to the inaugural Florida Brain Symposium. The two-day event featured neuroscientists from around the state, sharing their studies dealing with brain injuries and better ways to fight against diseases such as alzheimer’s and dementia.
Leaders from the Florida Board of Governors, Florida State University and Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University celebrate the rollout of the Targeted Educational Attainment (TEAm) grant program, a collaborative effort to align university and college degrees with the state’s future workforce needs. Students will begin the program this fall.
New research by a Florida State University geography professor shows that climate change may be playing a key role in the strength and frequency of tornadoes hitting the United States.