October

Local civil rights activists honored with memorial sidewalk

Civil Rights activists were honored Sept. 30 with panels made by Florida State University artisans.

Lecturer will share insights into designers of legendary Eames chair

Eames Demetrios, the grandson of Charles and Ray Eames, creators of the most recognizable and coveted pieces of mid-century modern design, will share his insight on Oct. 10.

Mood Checkup event measures stress levels, provides coping tips

The Florida State University Counseling Center offered all students a free Mood Checkup.

Lecture series presents talks on modern physics, quest for truth

A free lecture series designed to entertain and expand the mind offers talks on the birth of science, the quest for truth and meaning, recent advances in physics and more.

Undergraduate excellence highlighted at research showcase

From a photography portfolio of images taken in India to a study of the uses of medicinal plants, undergrads presented their research.

Research Computing Center to host open house for faculty, students

Professors have found the center helpful in analyzing data and providing support for research projects.

Exhibition of Rembrandt etchings to close Sunday, Oct. 6

After a record-breaking run, the Rembrandt exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts comes to a close 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 6.

Well-connected hemispheres of Einstein's brain may have sparked brilliance

A new study conducted in part by Florida State evolutionary anthropologist Dean Falk gets at the "inside" of Einstein's brain.

Third annual Student Veteran Film Festival is Nov. 11

The festival encapsulates the shared vision and commitment by Florida State to become the most veteran-friendly and veteran-empowering university in the country. 

Professor, colleagues receive grant to study earliest texts published in English language

The Insight Grant will support a project titled "Translation and the Making of Early Modern Print Culture (1473-1660)."