Global climate change, fueled by skyrocketing levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide, is siphoning oxygen from today’s oceans at an alarming pace — so fast that scientists aren’t entirely sure how the planet will respond
Two students from Florida State University’s College of Arts and Sciences are among five from FSU who will study abroad for up to a year in areas of the world critical to U.S. national security and economic prosperity thanks to prestigious Boren Awards, offered through an initiative of the National Security Education Program.
FSU is ranked 79th in the world for the number of patents granted in 2017.
A rising junior in Florida State University’s College of Arts and Sciences is among two FSU students chosen from a competitive pool of national applicants to receive the Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship from the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
While the asteroid killed off scores of species, a new study from Florida State University scientists, in collaboration with lead researchers from The University of Texas at Austin, has found that the crater it left behind was home to sea life less than a decade after impact, and contained a thriving ecosystem within 30,000 years — a much quicker recovery than other sites around the globe.
A record number of Florida State University faculty members have received the National Science Foundation’s prestigious CAREER Award this year for researchers in the early stages of their careers.
Three graduate teaching assistants from Florida State University’s College of Arts and Sciences — two from the Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics and one from the Department of Psychology — were among six recognized by the university with Outstanding Teaching Assistant Awards for 2017-2018.
Australia has several types of kangaroos and Madagascar has many different lemurs. But just how much space a given species needs in order to evolve is a looming question.
Florida State University student William “Brett” Crawford has been selected to receive a 2018 Critical Language Scholarshipfrom the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The scholarship will enable him to study Arabic abroad this summer.
Four Florida State University students — two of them from the College of Arts and Sciences— and three recent graduates have received the prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation.
Keanan Joyner, a graduate student in the Florida State University Department of Psychology, is one of 70 students nationwide selected to receive a 2019 Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship.