Susan is particularly concerned about emergency preparations for people with special needs, and that is her focus in her doctoral studies.
After she graduates with bachelor's degrees in criminology, political science and interdisciplinary social science, Dani intends to begin work on her master's in criminology.
After law school Chelsea hopes to help write legislation that would prevent innocent people from being wrongfully imprisoned.
Taking part in summer music festivals in Austria, Italy and China has afforded Andrew countless outstanding opportunities.
Hali Gardella wants to break away from the sort of 3D films we've seen so far to make something entirely new.
When Gilford, who describes himself as "driven, motivated, intense," needs to chill out, he likes to kick back with a few really complex math problems.
Al used his Atlantic Coast Conference Fellowship to help him bring a Tarell Alvin McCraney play to Florida State's Augusta Conradi Theatre.
After earning his Ph.D., Sergio plans to do postdoctoral research in a university laboratory focused on mood-related disorders.
Min Jung's resolve to help people with communication disorders was fueled by her personal experience with traumatic brain injury.
In January, Won will be giving solo recitals in Paris and London before traveling to Ghent, Belgium, for another performance.
Kelly graduated from The Florida State University with two Bachelor's degrees — both summa cum laude — and did it in three years.
Megan co-founded Students Promoting Autism Awareness, for which she was named the 2009 Undergraduate Humanitarian of the Year for the College of Human Sciences.
Aimee Plauche's Honors thesis defense had a musical accompaniment. That's because she created a new work of choreography as her thesis.
Research became central to Alana Resmini's academic career at The Florida State University at the start of her sophomore year.
While the idea of moving so far from home gave her pause, Cristina knew studying at Florida State was an opportunity she could not pass up.
Alexander Segers is attempting to understand the significance of the pentaculum, or five-pointed star, often found on Etruscan artifacts.
Ryan is sensitive to the importance of critical thinking to the field of criminology and tries to help his students develop that ability.
Erin, a graduate student and track-and-field athlete, has achieved finalist status in this year's rigorous Rhodes Scholarship competition.