October

'Fuel the Flame' during Homecoming 2014

Seminole spirit will be ignited this fall as Florida State University celebrates Homecoming 2014, “Fueling the Flame,” Nov. 2 to 8.

'Open Access Week' encourages free online access to scholarly research

As Florida State University observes Open Access Week Oct. 20-26, Florida State University Libraries are advancing two campuswide initiatives to support a growing international effort to promote free and immediate online access to scholarly research and the right to use research results as needed.

4th annual Student Veteran Film Festival to feature celebrated filmmaker Rory Kenne

Florida State University students will bring filmmaker Rory Kennedy and her documentary film “Last Days in Vietnam” to the 4th Annual Student Veteran Film Festival Tuesday, Nov. 11. 

A reason to celebrate: Donors’ generosity puts college on the way to its $75 million new building

Just prior to Florida State University’s kickoff of its $1 billion “Raise the Torch” capital campaign on Oct. 17, the College of Business celebrated the public phase of its own $112-million capital campaign.

Alumni Association to honor alumni, faculty during Homecoming Awards Breakfast

Thomas Kent “T.K.” Wetherell, the first alumnus to serve as president of Florida State University, will receive the Bernard F. Sliger Award at the Homecoming Awards Breakfast Saturday, Nov. 8.

Avon Foundation for Women grant to help develop bystander intervention training

Florida State University will use a $5,000 grant to develop a bystander intervention training program that has the potential to educate thousands of students about realistic, safe and authentic ways to help prevent sexual violence on campus.

Campus recreation opens one-of-a-kind high challenge course

Adrenaline junkies take note. Florida State University Campus Recreation introduces a one-of-a-kind high challenge course this fall — a new addition to FSU Challenge at the Reservation.

Can parents make their kids smarter?

New research by Florida State University criminology professor Kevin Beaver finds parenting-related behaviors have negligible effect on child’s intelligence.

College of Law SALDF wins top national award

Florida State University’s College of Law Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (SALDF) has won the 2014 Chapter of the Year Award, presented by the Animal Legal Defense Fund.

Cybersecurity campaign urges online safety at Florida State

Florida State University joins a national effort to promote cybersecurity and privacy by participating in National Cyber Security Awareness Month.