This summer, 40 of the brightest high school students from across Florida are spending six weeks living and learning at Florida State University as part of a highly competitive academic enrichment residency that will prepare them for careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Florida State University is set to celebrate its Summer 2023 graduates Friday, Aug. 4 with commencement ceremonies at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center.
Faculty members in the College of Education, College of Arts and Sciences and at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory have been awarded nearly $1 million in grant funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to recruit and support women STEM faculty.
The transition to life as a college student can be challenging. For many freshmen starting at Florida State University, the move to Tallahassee means starting a new life in a new city far from family and friends.
Florida State University is set to celebrate its Spring 2023 graduates Friday, May 5, and Saturday, May 6, with seven commencement ceremonies at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center. College of Arts and Sciences graduates will participate in two ceremonies on Friday.
Florida State University’s annual “Art in STEM” exhibition returns April 18 for its ninth consecutive year, bringing artworks created by scholars in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math to the wider FSU community and the world.
This week, Florida State University will recognize alumni who have already made their marks in their respective fields through achievement, service and leadership involvement during the FSU Alumni Association’s annual Alumni Awards. Six alumni award recipients hail from the College of Arts and Sciences.
Fourteen Florida State University graduate students from underrepresented populations are part of the 2022-2023 cohort of McKnight Doctoral and Dissertation Fellows, funded by the Florida Education Fund, or FEF.
Flip the timer, roll the dice and play your cards. It’s “Game On for Hands-On Science” as the Florida State University-headquartered National MagLab celebrates the fun of science and games during its 2023 Open House event.
The Florida State University Department of Biological Science, part of the College of Arts and Sciences, hosted Nobel laureate Randy Schekman last month, for a colloquium discussing advances in the field of molecular and cell biology.
The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory will receive $195.5 million over the next five years, a move that keeps the world’s most powerful magnet lab headquartered at Florida State University with partner sites at University of Florida and Los Alamos National Laboratory and supports groundbreaking discoveries using high field magnets.
Florida State University is set to celebrate its Fall 2022 graduates Friday with two commencement ceremonies at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center.