June

Three criminologists rank among 'hit parade' of scholarly productivity

Kevin Beaver, Abigail Fagan and Brian Stults are among the nation’s most productive criminology and criminal justice scholars.

University adds features to its mobile app for Apple devices

Information Technology Services has launched the latest version of the myFSU Mobile app for Apple mobile devices.

National student affairs organization honors administrators

Two administrators have received awards from NASPA-Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, Region III. 

Hurricane season is here, and FSU scientists predict a near-normal one

Scientists at the Florida State University Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies have released their fourth annual Atlantic hurricane season forecast, using a unique computer model with a knack for predicting hurricanes with unprecedented accuracy.

University awards more than $100,000 to help bring innovative research to the marketplace

Six innovative research projects focusing on obesity, strokes, DNA sequencing, airships, fibrosis and consumer electronics have been awarded a total of $110,000 by the FSU Research Foundation.

Soldiers have a new mission at FSU's Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities

Florida State University is set to welcome 23 military veterans from across the country to its 2012 Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) program.

Board of Trustees approves limited four-year academic plan for FSU Panama City

Florida State University’s Board of Trustees approved a proposal today allowing its Panama City campus to offer a limited range of general education and lower-level courses focused on upper-level majors. 

Bense elected new chairman of the FSU Board of Trustees

The Florida State University Board of Trustees elected Trustee Allan Bense to succeed as chairman Wm. Andrew Haggard, who had completed his two-year term at the helm.

Study: Seeping Arctic methane has serious implications for Florida coastline

All of the methane escaping into the atmosphere causes more melting ice, Jeff Chanton says, which causes sea levels to rise and could affect coastal real estate values — sooner rather than later.

Medical student named AMA Minority Scholar

Shermeeka Hogans-Mathews balances parenting, being a wife, a campus leader, medical student and youth leader in her church while still working toward her dream of becoming a doctor in an underserved community.