Dan Stribling, a Florida State University student who conducts research in computational chemistry, has received a prestigious Goldwater Scholarship, awarded to the nation’s brightest mathematics, science and engineering college sophomores and juniors.
The space shuttle program may be gone, but Florida’s ability to fuel the next generation of space and air travel is about to take off. United under the Florida Center for Advanced Aero-Propulsion (FCAAP) — a one-of-a-kind, multi-university Center of Excellence — aerospace and aviation leaders from around the globe will descend on Florida State University’s campus on April 26-27 to help chart the next evolution of flight.
Great architecture in Tallahassee? Look no farther than Florida State University.
Angelou spoke to an audience of nearly 5,000 people Saturday night at the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center. Her appearance marked the culmination of three days of events marking the 50th anniversary of integration at Florida State University.
Robert B. Bradley, vice president for Planning and Programs at Florida State University, has been appointed to serve on the Florida Board of Governors newly formed 12-member Task Force on Facilities Funding, which will address a critical lack of infrastructure and facilities funding within the State University System.
A green space adjacent to Florida State University’s Westcott Building that is rich in university and local history was rededicated to Mina Joe Powell during a Heritage Day Celebration led by President Eric J. Barron on Friday, April 20. Powell played a huge role in the preservation of the space over the years, and was a member of the class of 1950.
Leading evolutionary biologist Edward O. Wilson, U.S. Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade Francisco J. Sánchez and veteran ESPN sports broadcaster Lee Corso will deliver the commencement addresses at Florida State University’s three spring graduation ceremonies.
They vied against some stiff competition in the Shark Tank round of Florida State University’s InNOLEvation Challenge and faced tough questions by a panel of judges, but on April 13, High-Throughput Revolutions emerged as the first-place winner of the six-month business competition, and taking home $150,000 in cash and in-kind services.
“Dead Dad,” a comedic drama written, directed, produced and starring mostly Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts graduates and Florida-grown talent, makes its world premiere on Monday, April 16, during the 2012 Florida Film Festival in Maitland, Fla.
With some assistance from a Florida State University football legend, another family now has a house that they can call home.
Florida State University President Eric J. Barron made a presentation to Florida Gov. Rick Scott on April 12 in support of the "preeminence" bill passed by the Legislature in the recent legislative session.
The long-awaited Shark Tank round of the InNOLEvation Challenge — one of the nation's largest collegiate business plan competitions — gets under way at 8 a.m. on Friday, April 13, at Florida State University's Turnbull Conference Center, with the final 10 business startups vying for $250,000 in cash and in-kind services.
Celebrated poet Maya Angelou will speak on Saturday, April 21, at the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center.
Florida State University students, faculty and staff, as well as members of the community, are invited to attend an upcoming event whose purpose is to cultivate an open atmosphere for sharing ideas, learning from diverse perspectives, and engaging in meaningful dialogue.
Florida State University students, faculty members, staff and campus visitors will get a chance to cool off and have some fun as the 2012 President's Ice Cream Social takes place on Thursday, April 12.
Information Technology Services (ITS) at Florida State University has launched a new public events calendar. Synchronizing with department calendars and adding events to calendars is now a streamlined process.
Lauded by her students as a teacher who creates a welcoming and engaging classroom environment with a contagious passion for her subject matter, one of Florida State University's most passionate faculty members has been selected to receive the university's top teaching honor.
Dennis Moore, an associate professor in Florida State University's Department of English and a 1999 recipient of the University Distinguished Teaching Award, will speak April 17 at the fourth and final event of the Spring 2012 Faculty Luncheon Series.
Members of the Florida State University, Tallahassee and surrounding communities have an unprecedented opportunity to participate in a historic study that could change the face of cancer for future generations.
Entrepreneurial-minded students at Florida State University will have an opportunity to compete for the newly established Genivia Fund for Entrepreneurship, created by Genivia Inc., a Tallahassee-based software company.
Military family members who are caring for a wounded warrior or had a spouse or family member die while serving their country will be traveling to Florida State University to participate in its first Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans' Families (EBV-F).
Jody Williams came to Florida State University to deliver an important message: If she — an average girl from Vermont whose parents didn't finish high school — could succeed in changing the world for the better, then so could anyone listening to her speak.