As a tradition, the FSU President invites members of Fellows Society to the President's House each year for a social event. This event provides Fellows with an opportunity to meet the University president, tour the President's House and to discuss their research interests with one another.
This project is a collection of essays developed by current and former graduate students with guidance from the project leaders. The essays highlight a wide variety of skills acquired through life experiences which help students be successful in graduate school.
Renovations on Ruby Diamond Auditorium began In April 2008 Ruby Diamond began renovations which were to include a new, expanded, lobby area and the expansion and remodeling of the northwestern wing of the auditorium. The Renovations were finished in...
Versatile PhD is an online resource designed to help STEM, humanities, social science PhDs identify, prepare for, and succeed in non-academic careers. Graduate students, faculty, and others have free access to premium resources provided through the University's subscription to Versatile PhD.
Come join fellow TAs and instructors discuss strategies and techniques that promote excellence in teaching and learning – bring your questions, concerns, and ideas - the coffee and pie will be provided! These workshops also count towards the PFF and/or PFP Certificates , as well as the Advanced PIE Teaching Training Recognition .
Stay connected to graduate education at Florida State University. The Grad Connection, published twice annually, features highlights of current happenings in graduate education at FSU as well as alumni news.
The house provides space for graduate fellows and other highly motivated and engaged students and postdocs to interact with one another, share creative ideas, discover new ways of thinking, and build lasting relationships.
The Westcott building was built in 1910 to serve as the Florida State College's administration building by which it was known until 1936. In that year the building was renamed the James D. Westcott, Jr. Memorial Building by then university president...
The Graduate School is pleased to announce a new competition to recognize the artistic talents of graduate students at Florida State University. We are looking for two high quality works of art that clearly show excellence in visual arts. The competition is open to all currently enrolled, degree seeking graduate and professional students in good academic standing.
U.S. News & World Report- named Florida State University the No. 2 most efficient high-quality university in the country for 2015. The university was named the nation's most efficient in 2013 and 2014. Florida State also ranks 43rd among all public national universities in the U.S. News & World Report 2015 edition of "America's Best Colleges" — evidence that Florida State combines an outstanding education with economic value.
Princeton Review- Florida State consistently delivers an affordable, high quality education and offers distinctive opportunities to engage its students. In 2012, the Princeton Review and USA Today ranked Florida State the 4th "Best Value" public university in the nation.
The Journal of Criminal Justice Education- ranked Florida State's College of Criminology and Criminal Justice No. 1 in the nation for faculty research.
The graduate program in interior design was voted "Most Admired" in the nation in DesignIntelligence's "America's Best Architectural and Design Schools," for 2014.
U.S. News & World Report, "Best Graduate Schools," 2014 edition, ranks the School of Information's school library media program No. 1.
Numerous other programs at Florida State University rank in the Top 5
Leading the State of Florida
Florida State University leads Florida in four of eight areas of external funding for the STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). Leads in Rhodes Scholars, claiming all three of the Rhodes Scholars from public universities in Florida since 2006. Highest percentage of alumni giving back than any university in Florida. Highest amount of National Science Foundation research and development expenditures in the state. College of Law is the No. 1 law school in Florida with the highest job placement and one of the highest passing rates on the Florida Bar Exam.
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