June

2014 Florida Book Awards opens with call for entries

The deadline for submissions to this year's competition is Dec. 1, 2014.

Arts & Athletics Camp broadens horizons of area middle schoolers

The College of Social Work camp provides fun, educational opportunities for personal growth for Big Bend-area middle school students.

Business program provides new nonprofit resource

FSU's Jim Moran Institute has launched the Non-Profit Executive Program at the new Institute for Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence.

FSU glass artist to light up Gaines Street with unique sculpture

"Declaration" is a steel and glass sculpture designed by FSU Master Craftsman Studio Director Kenneth von Roenn.

FSU's retail, merchandising program ranked No. 3 in South

The Department of Retail, Merchandising and Product Development is No. 22 on a list of the Top 75 fashion merchandising schools in the country.

Fellowships to aid professor's research into Latin love poems from antiquity

Laurel Fulkerson will spend a one-year sabbatical studying ancient poetry at the University of Oxford.

Five recent graduates to spend year abroad with Fulbright grants

All five recent grads will participate in the English Teaching Assistant Program, assisting English teachers in classrooms around the world.

Five students receive prestigious Boren Scholarships for study abroad

Boren Scholarships provide funds to U.S. undergraduates to study less commonly taught languages in Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America and the Middle East.

Florida State University Schools' reading improvement sessions prove successful

The Reading Strength Training regimen makes use of a one-on-one approach.

Florida State researchers join effort to study media-public policy connection

The Florida Policy Agendas project, which launches June 12, is directed by Carol Weissert.