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•  JANUARY 31, 2022 •

FSU’s online graduate programs place among the nation’s best in latest U.S. News Rankings

The U.S. News & World Report 2022 rankings place Florida State University online graduate programs among the nation’s best. FSU boasts four Top 25 online graduate programs, including two in the Top 10, as well as several highly ranked specialty programs in information technology, criminology, education and business. Read more ...


FAMU-FSU College of Engineering announces 5-Year, $750K collaboration with Danfoss Turbocor

Florida A&M University President Larry Robinson, Ph.D., joined Florida State University President Richard D. McCullough, Ph.D., last week to announce a $750,000, five-year agreement with Danfoss Turbocor to fund scholarships and provide research opportunities for faculty and students at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering (COE)Read more ...

Spring exhibitions at FSU’s Museum of Fine Arts

The Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts (MoFA) is featuring three new exhibitions that display the talent and creative explorations of FSU’s Flying High Circus, photographer Bruce Davidson and ceramist Jiha Moon. All three exhibitions are open to the public now through March 19. Read more ...

FSU Career Center launches students into the workforce through Seminole Futures

The FSU Career Center’s flagship event, Seminole Futures, took place Jan. 27. The event, which was open to all majors across the university, attracted more than 120 employers and 1,200 students seeking full-time, part-time and internship opportunities. Read more ...


FAMU-FSU researcher combines climate change and land use data to predict watershed impact

The impact of urbanization is the focus of a new study led by Nasrin Alamdari, an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering. The research was published in the Journal of Cleaner Production and is the first study in the Chesapeake Bay watershed to evaluate the combined effects of changes to climate and land use on runoff and pollutants in a rapidly developing watershed that is a tributary to the bay. Read more ...

Nicole Patton Terry, a  @FSUEducation  professor and director of  @TheFCRR , has been appointed to a National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine committee to help shape the future of education research. Congratulations!

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