Physics professors leading committees of national society

Susan Blessing and Paul Cottle have been appointed to chair American Physical Society committees.

FSU Day at the Capitol draws hundreds of supporters

Dozens of Florida legislators among Seminole Faithful in attendance.

I do: Researcher says 'yes' to second Fulbright award

Suzanne Sinke will teach and conduct research on marriage and migration at the University of Salzburg.

Program to recruit science and math teachers receives $1 million gift

A gift from the National Math and Science Initiative will benefit FSU-Teach.

Student makes important research discovery in old civil rights case

Jessica Primiani has discovered long-missing articles and photographs from the infamous Emmett Till case from 1955.

Origins of life? Biologist's study offers new clues

Blaber's discoveries could explain how the first organisms emerged on planet Earth.

Florida State earns national efficiency and affordability ranking

The university already tops U.S. News & World Report's efficiency list.

On your mark! Inaugural 'Social Work Scurry' to highlight college's community outreach

The event will raise money and awareness of the college’s mission to positively affect the Tallahassee community through service projects and outreach. 

Florida State licenses new technology to test for mad cow disease

The new screening method will be developed through Gainesville-based ELISA Technologies.

Law grads place first on Florida Bar exam

Florida State law graduates ranked first among the state’s 11 law schools on the February 2013 administration of the examination.