A Florida State University graduate student and two recent graduates are recipients of research scholarships through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. The Fulbright awards will provide funding for each recipient to conduct research projects abroad this upcoming year.
Florida State University opened a new chapter in its history Monday as Richard McCullough began his tenure as the university’s 16th president. McCullough, who served as vice provost for research at Harvard University since 2012, will look to build upon a string of successes that have bolstered Florida State’s national reputation.
Twenty of these graduates represent departments within the College of Arts and Sciences, including biological science; computational science; earth, ocean and atmospheric science; English; modern languages and linguistics; neuroscience; philosophy; and psychology.
Florida State University welcomed 16 new inductees into its prestigious Garnet & Gold Scholar Society this summer during a virtual induction ceremony Thursday, nine of whom hail from departments in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Six graduate students from Florida State University are among seven students in the state of Florida to earn prestigious Scholar Awards from the Philanthropic Educational Organization. The P.E.O. Scholar Awards are one-time, competitive, merit-based awards intended to recognize and encourage academic excellence and achievement by women in doctoral-level programs.
Kirstin Soper was instantly captivated by Florida State University’s one-of-a-kind campus and its overwhelming sense of community. Her first impression was one shared by many incoming freshmen: a feeling she had just found her new home.
Like many Florida State alumni, Clay Ingram first became a Seminole standing next to his mailbox, reading a letter. The difference, however, was Ingram’s letter arrived when he was a junior in high school. And it came from Bobby Bowden.
Roberta Tatti is essential to the research pursuits in Florida State’s interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience, but she’s not a faculty member. Or a staff member. Or a student. Tatti and nearly 250 other researchers at FSU hold a role unlike any other at the university — they are postdoctoral scholars.
Florida State University has launched a new initiative designed to amplify centers and institutes that are doing high-profile, public-impact research and connect them with donors interested in pursuing big questions. The initiative, Big Bets, is being led by interim Vice President for Research Laurel Fulkerson.
More than 500 College of Arts and Sciences Class of 2020 graduates will be recognized at FSU commencement ceremonies this weekend!
More than 1,700 College of Arts and Sciences Spring 2021 graduates will be recognized at FSU commencement ceremonies this weekend!