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Vanderbilt law professor named dean of College of Law

Florida State University has named Vanderbilt University’s Erin O’Hara O’Connor as the eighth dean of the College of Law.

Researcher wins Carnegie fellowship to help South African university

Claudius Mundoma, director of the Physical Biochemistry Facility for Florida State’s Institute of Molecular Biophysics, has received a fellowship from the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program. 

FSU's small part in Tallahassee civil rights history leads to big changes

The City of Tallahassee, and local partners including Florida State University, commemorated the 60th anniversary of that historic moment, which inspired the Tallahassee Bus Boycott in 1956.

Florida artist Christopher Still receives honorary doctorate

FSU granted an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree May 26 to artist Christopher Still, renowned for his highly realistic, detailed paintings of Florida’s people, past and natural beauty. 

FSU partners with top startup accelerator to increase diversity in technology sector

Florida State University has partnered with Techstars, one of the world’s leading startup accelerators, to promote diversity in the technology sector by providing internships for first-generation college students from socioeconomically challenged backgrounds.

College of Nursing faculty member strengthens FSU-veteran connection

A Florida State University nursing professor recently served as a guardian for a 93-year-old veteran during an Honor Flight last month. Jim Whyte, director of the Veteran’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program and a veteran himself, made the trip to Washington, D.C., alongside retired USAF Colonel Robert Jones, a veteran of World War II, Korea and Vietnam, on April 9.

Marketing professor awarded Fulbright Distinguished Chair

Ruby Lee, a marketing professor in the College of Business, has been granted a Fulbright-Hanken Distinguished Chair for the 2016-17 academic year. 

Religion student named 2016 Humanity in Action fellow

Florida State University student Micah Friedman has been named a 2016 fellow by Humanity in Action, an educational organization that brings together international groups of university students and recent graduates to explore past and present examples of resistance to intolerance.

College of Medicine hoods 1,000th graduate at 2016 commencement

The FSU College of Medicine celebrated a big milestone as Elizabeth Coughlin was declared the 1,000th College of Medicine student to receive her M.D. 

FSU launches university-wide recognition society

Florida State University celebrated the launch of Vires, Artes, Mores, the first university-wide recognition society, during the unveiling of a donor recognition wall Friday, May 20, in the lobby of Ruby Diamond Concert Hall in the Westcott Building.