FSU College of Arts & Sciences

The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest and most academically diverse at Florida State. Distinguished Scholar awards.

The oldest college at Florida State University, the College of Arts and Sciences has provided generations of undergraduate students instruction in the liberal arts disciplines that are essential for intellectual development and personal growth: English and mathematics, history, the humanities, and the physical, biological, and behavioral sciences. At the graduate level, too, the contributions of t

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Florida State University unveils Seminole 100 list ahead of seventh annual award ceremony - Florida State University News 12/06/2023

A dozen alumni from the FSU College of Arts & Sciences have been named among the honorees of the latest , an annual list that recognizes the fastest-growing businesses owned or managed by Florida State University alumni. Check out the full list of businesses here: fla.st/PMHFWO4M.

Florida State University unveils Seminole 100 list ahead of seventh annual award ceremony - Florida State University News Florida State University has released its latest Seminole 100, an annual list that recognizes the fastest-growing businesses owned or managed […]

FSU Department of Biological Science | 2023 Ralph W. Yerger Lecture 12/05/2023

: FSU Biophysics alumnus Yi Zhang returned to campus last month to deliver the FSU Department of Biological Science's annual Ralph W. Yerger Lecture in Biology. Zhang, the Fred Rosen Chair Professor at Harvard Medical School, shared about his research in epigenetics and his journey since graduating from State University. ⤵️ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0J2VRKQgEU4

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FSU Department of Biological Science | 2023 Ralph W. Yerger Lecture The Florida State University Department of Biological Science hosted the 2023 Ralph W. Yerger Lecture on November 9. FSU alumnus Yi Zhang, the Fred S. Rosen ...

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Last week, the Department of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU hosted the 2023 Werner A. Baum Lecture featuring Kerry Emanuel, professor emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Emmanuel shared about his research on the climatology of severe thunderstorms, exploring how agricultural practices may impact the frequency and intensity of storms. Learn more about Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science at Florida State: eoas.fsu.edu

American Chemical Society selects FSU researcher for Southern Chemist Award - Florida State University News 12/04/2023

Congratulations to Igor Alabugin, the recipient of the 2023 Southern Chemist Award from the American Chemical Society Memphis Local Section! 🎉 His groundbreaking work in organic chemistry has led to the discovery of new reactions and never-before-seen molecules. Learn why Alabugin calls the unexplored molecular universe a "gold mine" for future generations of researchers. 🔗: fla.st/VODNFVBS.

American Chemical Society selects FSU researcher for Southern Chemist Award - Florida State University News A Florida State University chemist has been awarded a prestigious regional award from one of the world’s largest scientific societies. […]

Distinguished Seminar Series: Gerardine Botte | FAMU-FSU 12/04/2023

Join the FAMU FSU College of Engineering tomorrow, Dec. 5, at 11 a.m. for the Distinguished Seminar Series featuring Gerardine Botte! Botte is a professor and Whitacre Endowed Chair in Sustainable Energy at Texas Tech University. She's also the founding director of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Engineering Research Center for Advancing Sustainable and Distributed Fertilizer Production, CASFER. Click the link to learn more about Botte and the speaker series.

Distinguished Seminar Series: Gerardine Botte | FAMU-FSU “Electrochemical Technologies toward Sustainability and Circular Economy” A lecture by Gerardine Botte, Texas Tech University

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Last Wednesday, Nov. 29, the FSU Department of Biological Science held its scholarship awards luncheon at the King Life Sciences building! Check out some of the photos from the event and visit bio.fsu.edu to learn more about biological science at Florida State University.

12/04/2023

: Rafe Blaufarb, a professor with the Department of History in the FSU College of Arts & Sciences, is available to speak to reporters about the facts and myths surrounding Napoleon Bonaparte. Blaufarb directs the Institute on Napoleon and the French Revolution and has completed extensive research on the man, his impact and his era. 🔗: fla.st/LXQA8RKH

12/01/2023

Want a break from studying this finals week? Stop by Strozier on December 7th at 4PM for some live music from The Andres Aybar Jr. Quartet. If you're looking for a quiet study space, we recommend you head over to the basement, fourth or fifth floor. 📚 🎼

12/01/2023

This , we're taking a look at the innovative HIV research conducted by Ashwanth Francis from the FSU Department of Biological Science. Using cutting edge technology, like the FEI Titan Krios transmission electron microscope, to capture 3-D images of HIV's impact on a cell's nucleus, Francis hopes to one day unlock a cure for HIV. Find out more in this edition of Spectrum Magazine: fla.st/5KPQMN6Z

12/01/2023

Even though has come to a close, there's still plenty to explore! 🌍 Follow along year round with to stay connected to the latest global research, events and initiatives at Florida State University.

12/01/2023

The FSU Food for Thought Pantry is thrilled to announce that we have emerged victorious in the annual Chop & Chomp Beat UF Beat Hunger food drive!

12/01/2023

When and why do bilingual people code switch? In this episode of , Antje Muntendam, an associate professor with the FSU Department of Modern Languages & Linguistics, explores what happens in the brain when a bilingual person uses two or more languages within a conversation, or even in the same sentence! Discover what linguists are still trying to learn about this phenomenon ➡️ https://bit.ly/46Fg0g0

11/30/2023

Join the Challenger Learning Center of Tallahassee on 11/ 30, 2023 @ 6 PM for an interactive lecture by Dr. Rafe Blaufarb about Napoleon Bonaparte. Dr. Blaufarb is the Director of the Institute on Napoleon & the French Revolution (https://infr.history.fsu.edu/) in the FSU College of Arts & Sciences at Florida State University.

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11/30/2023

Facebook: Meet Alessandra Mazzochi, an FSU Department of Modern Languages & Linguistics alumna. As International Education Month comes to a close at Florida State University read more about Alessandra's perspective on studying abroad in the U.S. and her current position at LinkedIn, here: fla.st/0LQDAEUI

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We hope you're enjoying today's cool weather as much as these roses are! 🌹

11/29/2023

Thank you for your generosity this ! Each contribution helps make a difference for students in the FSU College of Arts & Sciences and at Florida State University. ❤️💛

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Rafe Blaufarb, an Department of History professor in the FSU College of Arts & Sciences, is sharing historical insights about the rise and reign of Napoleon in a virtual talk at Scotch Plains Public Library. Blaufarb is the director of the FSU Institute on Napoleon and the French Revolution. Learn more about the INFR here ➡️ infr.history.fsu.edu.

11/28/2023

The FSU Department of Computer Science, part of the College of Arts & Sciences, has a new page! ⤵️

Welcome to the new official page for the FSU Department of Computer Science at Florida State University! 🎉 Follow us to stay up to date on news and events coming out of the department. Learn more about ➡️ www.cs.fsu.edu

11/28/2023

This , we hope you'll consider supporting our students by making a gift to one of the FSU College of Arts & Sciences funds. Your support will help provide scholarships and resources to Florida State University students. To learn more, visit fla.st/G9DB1OWV

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One day left to complete your application to present at the Florida Undergraduate Research Posters at the Capitol. Application closes TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. All majors are welcome to apply. Select students from each FURA Institutional Member will be able to share their dynamic and engaging undergraduate research and connect with their Florida representatives. More information: https://buff.ly/3G37ZXr

11/27/2023

Earlier this month, the FSU Department of Biological Science hosted the annual Ralph W. Yerger Lecture in Biology. This year's presenter, Institute of Molecular Biophysics alumnus Yi Zhang, spoke to attendees about his research in epigenetics and his journey since graduating from FSU. To learn more about biological science at Florida State University, visit bio.fsu.edu.

11/27/2023

There’s still time to nominate a Nole for the 2024 Alumni Awards! Submit your nominations by Jan. 12 to be considered for Grads Made Good, Circle of Gold, Reubin O'D Askew and the Inspire Award for Women of Distinction. Learn more about the awards and apply today at alumni.fsu.edu/awards.

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11/27/2023

One more day until ! Learn more at give.fsu.edu.

We're just one week from ! If you'd like to include Florida State University in your holiday giving, consider a gift to the FSU College of Arts & Sciences. Your contribution supports students across our 18 departments & 14 programs & institutes. ❤️💛

11/27/2023

In case you missed the FSU Department of Modern Languages & Linguistics open house, take in some of the day's sights and sounds, particularly from the guzheng. 🎵 See more from the open house ➡️ https://bit.ly/3SUb4Rk

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Could you hear the guzheng strumming? 🎵 Last week, Diffenbaugh transformed into a vibrant hub of global language and culture with the FSU Department of Modern Languages & Linguistics fall open house! Learn more about the department and its programs ➡️ modlang.fsu.edu

11/21/2023

We're just one week from ! If you'd like to include Florida State University in your holiday giving, consider a gift to the FSU College of Arts & Sciences. Your contribution supports students across our 18 departments & 14 programs & institutes. ❤️💛

11/21/2023

Was Napoleon Bonaparte a ruthless tyrant or the greatest Frenchman of all time? Before you go see the new Napoleon movie, hear what Rafe Blaufarb, the Ben Weider Eminent Scholar in Napoleonic Studies at the Department of History, has to say in this episode of the Talking History podcast ➡️ https://bit.ly/3SNWsmq

11/21/2023

Aaron Serre is an Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU senior studying at Florida State University. Discover more about Serre’s nationally acclaimed research and his internships and volunteer opportunities with both
NASA and the U.S. National Weather Service (NWS), here: fla.st/IZQ8R0M0

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It was great seeing everyone for the Chairs and Directors Dinner on Nov. 15, hosted at the FSU Alumni Center!

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FSU’s International Genetically Engineered Machine team wins silver medal in Paris for rare disease research - Florida State University News 11/20/2023

A team of undergraduate students won a silver medal for their work on trimethylaminuria, a distressing body odor condition, at an international research symposium in Paris. Learn how the team, including FSU College of Arts & Sciences students from the Department of Biological Science, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, and Department of Mathematics, is paving the way for future treatments.

FSU’s International Genetically Engineered Machine team wins silver medal in Paris for rare disease research - Florida State University News Florida State University’s International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) team won a silver medal at an international research symposium in Paris […]

Tallahassee Scientific Society 2023 Gold Medal Ceremony honoring FSU's Kenneth Hanson 11/20/2023

Congratulations to Ken Hanson from Florida State University's Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, who was honored at the 2023 Tallahassee Scientific Society's Gold Medal Ceremony. Hanson shared about his innovative photochemical research, dedication to student success and outreach initiatives in Tallahassee and online platforms. Watch his talk at the Challenger Learning Center of Tallahassee now ⤵️

Tallahassee Scientific Society 2023 Gold Medal Ceremony honoring FSU's Kenneth Hanson The Tallahassee Scientific Society awards Associate Professor Kenneth Hanson from Florida State University's Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at their ...

11/20/2023

Showing our gratitude to the brave men and women who serve. Check out these highlights from the Military Appreciation Game on Nov. 11, where cadets from FSU Air Force ROTC, Florida State University Army ROTC and Florida A&M University NROTC took center stage. 🇺🇸

11/20/2023

The Food for Thought Pantry's Beat UF Food Drive ends this Saturday! Let's help restock the Pantry to defeat UF! 🌽🍞🥕 Don't miss out on this opportunity to rally together and support our pantry.

Find more details and donation locations by visiting https://bit.ly/40L6irk

11/20/2023

Event Details

Date: November 18th

Time: 7:00 AM

Location: Governors Square Mall



Neighbors can expect a turkey, dry holiday goods, as well as fresh produce!

11/17/2023

What exactly occurs in our brains when we are hungry and seeking food? A study by Florida State University researchers has revealed new insights that may enhance understanding of obesity and eating disorders and improve treatments options for these conditions. Read what Xiaobing Zhang, an assistant professor in the FSU Department of Psychology and FSU Program in Neuroscience, said about his team's findings: fla.st/0O8397OW

( 📷 | Dopamine neurons in the zona incerta. Photo Courtesy of Zhang Laboratory)

Sport Management doctoral student takes top prize at FSU’s Three Minute Thesis competition - Florida State University News 11/17/2023

Great work to the ten Florida State University doctoral students who translated their research into public presentations at the annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT™) competition on Wednesday! Meet the participants, including People's Choice Award winner John Akintola from the FSU Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry in the FSU College of Arts & Sciences: fla.st/QYGL7D7P

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