The Florida State University Alumni Association has named its 2019 ‘Notable Noles’, an honor bestowed upon young alumni who have made significant contributions to their profession, community or the university.
In the farmlands of the Mississippi River Valley, earth is continuously cleared and leveled — a result of the region’s booming agriculture industry. But beneath the soil lies an important piece of American history, one a Florida State University anthropology professor is working to piece together.
Scientists once believed that the ice sheets covering about 10 percent of Earth’s land surface were frozen wastelands, devoid of life and with suppressed chemical weathering — irrelevant parts of the Earth’s carbon cycle.
Inmaculada C. Sorribes is a two-time graduate of the Florida State University Department of Mathematics, part of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Florida State University Assistant Professor of Religion Jamil Drake has received the McKnight Junior Faculty Fellowship award for the 2019-2020 academic year.
A Florida State University research professor is being honored by the Nuclear Chemistry and Technology Division of the American Chemical Society for his decades of contributions and leadership in the field.
Arnel Garcesa is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in statistics – his second undergraduate degree from FSU – within the Department of Statistics, part of the College of Arts and Sciences. In addition to his studies, Garcesa serves as an energy specialist for Cenergistic, LLC, a contractor working with FSU since 2017 to build a customized energy conservation program.
Florida State University welcomed 16 new inductees into its prestigious Garnet & Gold Scholar Society this summer.
Florida State University offers a high-quality education at an affordable price, according to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, one of the nation’s leading publications in personal finance and business forecasting.
Qing-Xiang “Amy” Sang holds an Endowed Professorship in Cancer Research in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, part of Florida State University’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Five Florida State University assistant professors have received highly competitive CAREER awards from the National Science Foundation for their significant early career accomplishments in research and education. Four of the five hail from the College of Arts and Sciences.
Owen Moore is a behavioral neuroscience major in the Program in Neuroscience, an interdisciplinary research and graduate training program at Florida State University. (He was a member of the program’s first freshman class in 2018.) In addition to his work in the classroom, he plays tuba for the FSU Marching Chiefs, which recently returned from performing at the D-Day 75th anniversary ceremonies in France.