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Aerospace researcher wins young investigator award

A Florida State University engineering professor has won a prestigious young investigator award from the U.S. Office of Naval Research for his promising work on fluid dynamics and flow control for aircraft. 

Students receive prestigious scholarships to study critical languages abroad

Eight Florida State University students have received prestigious scholarships that will allow them to travel abroad to study languages deemed critical to the nation’s interests. Top row: Sarah Dodamead, Matthew Hebron, Joey Kilpatrick and Andre Fludd. Bottom row: Daren McCurdy, Remi Wyszinski, Paige Dabney and Nat Jones.

Professor honored by American Psychological Association

Neil Charness has received the Franklin V. Taylor Award to recognize his achievements and contributions in the field of applied experimental and engineering psychology.

FSU hosts ninth annual entrepreneurship bootcamp for veterans with disabilities

The Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship in the Florida State University College of Business will host its ninth annual Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) June 7-14 in Tallahassee.

FSU receives $3.5M federal grant to improve language, literacy of children using cochlear implants

Researchers at Florida State University have received a $3.5 million federal grant to test the effectiveness of several interventions to improve language and literacy skills of children who are using cochlear implants. 

FSU colleges collaborate to pave smoother pathway into health professions

Half of the university's colleges are participating in creating the Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences Program.

Window honors current, retired faculty, staff and administrators

The Association of Retired Faculty at Florida State University has installed a stained-glass window in the university’s Heritage Museum that commemorates the institution’s retired faculty, staff and administrators.

NIH awards $1.7 million to researcher seeking answers about how cells talk to each other

David Meckes has received a $1.7 million grant from the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health to examine how cancer and other diseases might result from the way damaged human cells communicate with healthy ones. 

FAMU, FSU name new dean of College of Engineering

J. Murray Gibson, founding dean of Northeastern University's College of Science, will begin leading the engineering school July 1.

Oil from 2010 spill lingering in Gulf of Mexico

A team of scientists working in the gulf have found that contaminants from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Spill were transported by phytoplankton and associated materials from the ocean surface to the seafloor.