Granger and Stiegman named American Association for the Advancement of Science fellows

Ellen Granger, a science-education advocate, and Albert E. Stiegman, a chemist, are College of Arts and Sciences faculty members.

Florida State Center for Advanced Power Systems researchers achieve major breakthrough

An ongoing high temperature superconducting cable project will lead to increased power generation and reduced weight for future naval vessels and aircraft.

FSU lauded for commitment to underserved students

The Institute for Higher Education Policy has named Florida State a recipient of the inaugural IHEP Champions of Access and Success Award.

University leads effort to train K-12 math, science teachers

A new $14.3 million project funded by the Florida Department of Education includes online support and resources for educators.

FSU STARS: Inspiring the next generation

FSU partners with the Technology Student Association to support high school and middle school students interested in technology, innovation, design and engineering.

Professor Sathe, investment expert to speak at fall graduation ceremonies

At the Friday ceremony, Maggie Allesee, a Florida State alumna and benefactor of the Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography, will receive an honorary doctorate.

Jamia Fields named Most Outstanding Player on Offense in College Cup

FSU's women’s soccer team has concluded a season to be proud of, reaching the national championship game and winning a record high 23 matches.

Florida State scientist named fellow of National Academy of Inventors

David Larbalestier is widely recognized as one of the principal leaders in the development of high field superconducting materials.

Partnership with Westminster Oaks poised to produce dynamic research opportunities

A new affiliation will benefit active living community residents and FSU students, faculty and alumni with a variety of cultural and academic relationships.

FSU researchers net grants to pursue promising inventions

Pradeep Bhide is one of three Florida State researchers to receive a Grant Assistance Program, or GAP, award from the Office of Commercialization.