Florida State University invests to strengthen our national reputation and serve the citizens of Florida and beyond. These preeminent investments include:
Hiring 62 new faculty members, largely in STEM fields, including recent hire Laura Greene, our new National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (MagLab) chief scientist and a National Academy of Sciences member.
Investing in interdisciplinary programs that build on our research strengths and help solve problems important to Florida and the world:
- Energy and Materials
- Brain Health & Disease
- Coastal & Marine Research
- Institute for Successful Longevity
Increasing funding for CARE, our program helping first generation/low socioeconomic students succeed, which recently was highlighted by the “Chronicle for Higher Education” and received a $2.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
Embedding 25 talented Entrepreneurs-in-Residence in our colleges to work with students and faculty to bring new ideas to market and invent the future.