Florida State freshmen, take note: Not having it all figured out just may well be the best approach to college.
Florida State University student tutor Stefan Avey is used to guiding a "spectrum of students" as they work their way to higher GPAs.
Two years ago, Florida State University senior Sandy Simmons went to a college housing conference and got a big idea: recycled bike rentals for students — on the cheap.
As their ceremonial induction into the medical profession, 119 first-year Florida State University medical students donned — for the first time — the white coat of a doctor during the FSU College of Medicine's annual White Coat Ceremony held Aug. 19 in Ruby Diamond Concert Hall.
For only the second time in Florida State University's history, a faculty member has been awarded a Fulbright Distinguished Chair, one of the most prestigious appointments in the Fulbright Scholar Program.
Tamika Royal-Thomas grew up in a rural and mountainous village in Jamaica in a family that believed in dreams: "My parents always told my brother and sister and me to work hard and achieve and get a good education."
When playing digital games, children hone skills such as persistence, creative problem solving, and conceptual physics that traditional pen-and-paper assessment methods may not measure.
Florida State University officially joins the ranks of some of the nation's most prestigious universities and colleges after earning a "silver" rating in a new benchmarking program that encourages environmental sustainability in higher education.
The Florida State University College of Medicine and the Lee Memorial Health System Board of Directors have announced plans to create a family medicine residency program in Fort Myers.
Graduating FSU students appeared more starry-eyed than usual on Aug. 6 as alumna, singer and award-winning actress Montego Glover radiated wit and wisdom in her lead role as Florida State's 2011 summer commencement speaker.
For her standout leadership on behalf of students with disabilities, the director of the Florida State University Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) has been honored at the national level with the highest award bestowed by the Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD).
Florida State University may have an international reputation for the strength of its graduate programs, as well as for the academic accomplishments of the students in those programs. But by at least one measure, the university's undergraduates are giving their graduate-level peers a run for their money.