Tevin Wooten
Alumni Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science

Florida State alumnus Tevin Wooten is an Emmy-winning meteorologist and 2023 Grad Made Good

Marla Vickers
Alumni Florida State News

Vice President for University Advancement and FSU Foundation President Marla Vickers brings Nole knowledge to leadership role

Nasa Photo.
Alumni Physics

Florida State biophysics alumnus Afshin Beheshti looks to the stars to unlock mysteries of disease progression

The Massbox
Alumni Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science

Florida State alumni create next-generation scientific instrumentation for use on Earth and beyond

The hippocampus, seen in red, is affected in patients with Alzheimer's disease.
Students Statistics

Doctoral student Yuanyao Tan combines statistical models and brain imaging to uncover innovative medical solutions

Luke Whitwell. Photo by Devin Bittner.
Students Army ROTC

Cadet, mathematics major Luke Whitwell prepares for a high-octane military career

Rituparna Khan. Photo by Devin Bittner.
Students Computer Science

Doctoral student Rituparna Khan’s new tool gives health care providers an edge in diagnosing, treating early-stage cancer

Jackson Cheplick. Photo by Devin Bittner.
Students Chemistry and Biochemistry

Double-major Jackson Cheplick uses research experience to prepare for a museum career

A blue whale skeleton on display in the Great Hall of the Natural History Museum London. Adobe Stock photo.
Students Biological Science

Budding biologists study in a world scientific center through the Biology in London program

Zina Ward Opener
Faculty Philosophy

Philosopher Zina Ward helps scientists understand the human and ethical considerations of their work

Mayly Sanchez. Photo by Amy Walden.
Faculty Physics

Physicist Mayly Sanchez studies the smallest known particle to understand the origins of the universe

Andrew Frank. Photo by Devin Bittner.
Faculty History

Historian Andrew Frank unites disciplines, amplifies voices within Florida State’s Native American and Indigenous Studies Center

Emily DuVal holds a male lance-tailed manakin as part of a research trip in the islands of Panama. Courtesy photo.
Faculty Biological Science

Biologist Emily DuVal investigates complex rituals of lance-tailed manakins and what such animal behaviors can mean for human relationships