March 2015

A passion for policy: Influencing the future of nursing in health care

Mai Kung, a faculty member at Florida State University’s College of Nursing since 2007, is seeking to change that through influencing and shaping health care policy to remove unnecessary government limitations on the nursing profession in order to improve patient care.

Business college excels in supporting student-veterans

Adding to Florida State University’s growing accolades as a military-friendly campus, the College of Business secured the No. 6 spot among all public and private schools surveyed for this year’s “Best for Vets: Business Schools,” released Monday by Military Times.

Campus community rallies for fourth annual FSU's Great Give

The power of the Internet and social media will be on full display March 19-20 as Florida State University alumni, students and friends take part in a unique, online-only, 36-hour fundraising campaign: FSU’s Great Give. 

Center for Genomics and Personalized Medicine unveiled

Florida State University is unveiling a unique, interdisciplinary center that will bring together scientists from across the campus to do cutting-edge genetic research.

Center issues policy briefs based on student research, analysis

Students in the Florida State University College of Social Sciences and Public Policy are learning firsthand what it is like to play a significant role in developing policy positions by assisting in the production of a series of planned policy briefs.

College of Medicine announces Match Day results

Graduating students in the Florida State University College of Medicine Class of 2015 received notification today of where they will enter residency training this summer.

College of Medicine names new chair of geriatrics

Paul Katz will succeed Kenneth Brummel-Smith in May.

FSU Day at the Capitol: a showcase of Seminole pride

Florida State University supporters donned garnet, gold and a pinch of St. Patrick’s Day green at this year’s FSU Day at the Capitol March 17.