• I first became interested in philosophy as an undergraduate. A course I took on ancient Greek philosophy — mainly Plato and Aristotle — is what clinched it for me.

    I first became interested in philosophy as an undergraduate. A course I took on ancient Greek philosophy — mainly Plato and Aristotle — is what clinched it for me.

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  • Physicist Rachel Yohay receives Department of Energy early-career award worth $750,000

    The Standard Model of particle physics may explain how the basic building blocks of matter interact, but there are still many open-ended questions

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  • With classics professor’s help, a medieval castle returns to light in Tuscan countryside

    Since 1973, the Department of Classics at Florida State University has been excavating the archaeological site of Cetamura in the Chianti region

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  • A reinvigorated program for the Department of English: Literature, Media, and Culture

    To stay abreast of our rapidly changing world, the Literature program has been reconceived as the new Literature, Media, and Culture program

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  • Archaeologists investigate history of Mission San Luis

    The site is Mission San Luis and the students and their professor are working on the first archaeological dig in 10 years at the living history museum

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  • Shining the light: FSU researchers use photons to separate metal ions

    A Florida State University research team is using a simple, readily available energy source to separate metal ions, a process

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  • FSU research: Zika suppresses virus-fighting cells

    In an article published today in the journal Stem Cell Reports, Professor of Biological Science Hengli Tang and his postdoctoral researcher

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  • Breakthrough synthesis strategy could mean wave of new medicinal compounds

    In pharmacology, not all molecular structures are created equal. Some frameworks are overrepresented in nature, making them especially

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  • FSU’s World War II Institute collaborates on NEH-funded ‘Dialogues of War’ program

    Florida State University’s Institute on World War II and the Human Experience is collaborating with a history professor at FIU

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  • FACULTY SPOTLIGHT: Assistant Professor of English John Ribó flips the switch

    Ribó, an assistant professor in the Department of English at Florida State University, has academic interests in Latinx, Caribbean, queer, border,

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