May

2014 hurricane forecast predicts below average season ahead

Storm season is here, and FSU scientists believe this year will be a quiet one.

Annual 'Great Give' fundraiser exceeds goal to support programs, scholarships

The university’s 36-hour online giving campaign surpassed its previous year’s total, raising more than $133,000.

At the battle's end, he's great: FSU Fight Song composer dies

Florida State University music Professor Thomas G. “Tommie” Wright, who composed the music for the FSU Fight Song in 1950, died May 8.

Carnaghi awarded posthumous Honorary Doctor of Education degree

The late John R. Carnaghi was honored at Purdue University during its spring commencement ceremonies.

College of Motion Picture Arts strikes gold at Student Emmys

Florida State film students celebrated big at the College Television Awards in L.A., bringing home five wins, more than any other school.

Commencement speakers offer life lessons to FSU graduates May 2, 3

This spring, more than 3,800 students received undergraduate degrees at three Florida State ceremonies.

Eat carbs before a run? Maybe reach for something else next time

New research out of FSU's Sports Nutrition Lab shows that pre-exercise meals higher in protein or fat may also make good choices.

FSU Global Scholars work in developing nations

The Global Scholars program, now in its third year, helps students secure internships at nonprofits in developing nations around the world.

FSU Panama City mourns loss of first dean, Larson Bland

Larson “Larry” M. Bland, Ed.D. the first dean of FSU Panama City, has died after an extended battle with cancer. He was 76.

FSU physics students win big fellowships

Kelly Ann Pawlak and Sam Greer recently won prestigious fellowships from the National Science Foundation and will both receive $32,000 a year for three years.