America’s military servicemembers are often asked to put their personal lives on hold to serve their country at home and abroad, a sacrifice that can strain marital relationships. Now, a Florida State University social psychologist has received a grant from the U.S. Army to investigate interventions that may help these families cope with the stressors inherent to military life.
Johanna Marquez Diaz is a senior majoring in behavioral neuroscience in the FSU Program in Neuroscience and minoring in chemistry, both programs that are part of the College of Arts and Sciences.
When Florida State University senior Grayson — Gracie to her friends — Delong walks across the stage at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center this Friday along with about 1,600 of her fellow Seminoles, she will turn the page on an undergraduate experience marked by exceptional academic performance. She will also celebrate overcoming significant personal challenges through hard work, fierce self-advocacy, and the support of her academic family.
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.
The World Health Organization confirms that the worldwide obesity rate has tripled since 1975, with 39 percent of adults considered overweight and 13 percent considered obese as of 2016.
Lily Lamb is a sophomore majoring in behavioral neuroscience, part of the interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience, a joint effort of the Department of Psychology, the Department of Biological Science, and the FSU College of Medicine.
Speech language pathologist Belinda Givens designs and delivers language and speech services that have captured the attention of school-aged children across Florida, California, Washington, Ohio and Vermont.
A Florida State University researcher has been awarded a $2.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study sleep-related brain function in Alzheimer’s disease, a progressive disorder that affects memory and behavior in millions of Americans.
Sara Hart is an associate professor in the Department of Psychology, part of the College of Arts and Sciences. Hart has been teaching undergraduate and graduate courses at Florida State University for nine years and serves as the Developmental Psychology Area Director for the Department of Psychology.
A school-record three Florida State University students have received the Barry Goldwater Scholarship, a prestigious national award that annually recognizes the brightest mathematics, science and engineering college sophomores and juniors.
Cadet Lexington McLellan, Fall 2020 cadet battalion commander for FSU’s Army ROTC Seminole Battalion and a senior in the Department of Psychology, earned the 2021 U.S. Army Cadet Command George C. Marshall Award and was selected to represent the university at the Marshall Award’s Leadership Seminar.