Breathe easy: Concentrations of ozone in the air have decreased over large parts of the country in the past several decades.
Madison Baird, a cadet with Florida State University’s Air Force ROTC Detachment 145, has earned national recognition for her excellence in military and academic performance.
While some seniors spend their final semesters planning one last blowout spring break, Florida State University’s Stephenie Reid had a different plan. The Russian language major and Army ROTC cadet spent hers studying abroad in the midst of a brutal Baltic winter.
A Florida State University team of researchers has received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to determine what a data repository for a specific subset of the humanities might look like.
In July, Florida State University alumna Daria Willis became the first African American president of Everett Community College.
A meteorology professor in the Florida State University Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science is being honored for her nearly four decades of research and teaching accomplishments.
Florida State University’s Reserve Officer Training Corps is one of the nation’s best, according to U.S. Army Cadet Command, which oversees the nation’s ROTC programs.
FSU researchers use mechanical engineering, scientific computing and forestry to better understand prescribed burns
In the effort to mitigate destructive wildfires, wildland managers often fight those uncontrolled fires with prescribed fire — carefully controlled burns to safely eliminate the vegetation that piles up on forest floors and adds to potential fuel.
Florida State University’s Program in Neuroscience is celebrating a major milestone — Austin John Burns is poised to become the first student to earn a degree from FSU’s new undergraduate major in neuroscience.
Florida State University Presidential Scholar Maddy Johnson has been awarded the prestigious Boren Scholarship to study Arabic next year in Amman, Jordan.
Florida State University’s student success initiatives are showcased as a national model for increasing completion rates and reducing inequities in a video released by the American Academy of Arts & Sciences.
A Florida State University computational biology researcher has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a lifetime distinction that honors contributions to science and technology.