October

Undergraduate research and creativity on display at annual awards symposium

To celebrate the research and creative endeavors of some of its most accomplished undergraduates, Florida State University President Eric J. Barron will host the seventh annual Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Awards Symposium on Oct. 2.

Study reveals differences in overall health of Latino-American subgroups

Despite a shared Latino heritage, there are significant differences in the overall health and the use of health-care services among Cuban-Americans, Mexican-Americans and Puerto Rican-Americans.

Kroto to lead public discussion, 'C60 Buckminsterfullerene: The Celestial Sphere That Fell to Earth'

The free Oct. 3 lecture is one of five weekly events in a series titled "Five Days of Opening Minds." All FSU undergraduates are invited.

Readings, contests among activities taking place to mark Banned Books Week

As part of a 50-state salute to banned books, Florida State University students and faculty are reading passages from banned books including “To Kill A Mockingbird,” “Invisible Man,” “Slaughterhouse Five,” and “A Wrinkle in Time.”

Biologist examines how duck-billed dinos chomped their way through the Cretaceous

A complex dental structure allowed the plant-eating species to consume virtually anything in its path.

Expert in Arctic geopolitics awarded prestigious Marie Curie fellowship

Geography Professor Philip Steinberg is currently conducting research at the University of London.

Eight FSU students named Florida Gubernatorial Fellows

Only five other Gubernatorial Fellows were named from the rest of the state.

Engineering dean brings a world of experience, enthusiasm to new role

Yaw D. Yeboah was drawn to the "uniqueness" of the jointly operated FAMU-FSU College of Engineering.

Renowned chemist Dalal to deliver annual Lawton Lecture today

Naresh S. Dalal has been named FSU's 2012-2013 Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor.

Kroto to lead discussion, 'The Birth of Natural Philosophy and Its Prodigal Son: Science'

The free Oct. 10 lecture is one of five weekly events in a series titled "Five Days of Opening Minds." All FSU undergraduates are invited.