Florida State University Libraries is launching FSU’s first open-access publishing program.
(L to R) Davis Houck, Fannie Lou Hamer Professor of Rhetorical Studies, and Katie McCormick, associate dean for Special Collection and Archives. (FSU Libraries)
Florida State University Libraries and the School of Communication have formed a partnership with the West Tallahatchie School District in Tallahatchie County Mississippi.
FSU Libraries has published the 2019 New Conversations annual report and magazine. Read about the highlights of 2019, which include FSU Libraries “Big Deal”; the Heritage Museum’s unveiling of a new stained-glass window; partnerships with other Florida universities and interdisciplinary events and symposia; and more.
Florida State University Libraries provides a space where the university community gathers to study, access research materials and collaborate. Now, with classes being taught remotely through the end of the summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic, that central hub has become a virtual focal point and resource.
FSU Libraries virtual backgrounds are here to bring the Libraries to you. Great for Zoom meetings with colleauges, professors, or to virtually study with friends!
To download backgrounds of Strozier Library, Dirac Science Library, pictures from our Heritage & University Archives collection, and more, visit: https://www.lib.fsu.edu/virtual-backgrounds.
The work to remember Emmett Till will continue at Florida State University thanks to new funding established by one of the nation’s leading experts on the 1955 murder that helped launch the civil rights movement.
Dr. Branko Milanovic, a Serbian-American economist best known for his work on income distribution and inequality has been selected as the recipient of this year’s Alumni Award for Distinguished Writing.
Florida State University’s Critical Thinking Initiative and University Libraries will host the Critical Thinking Symposium: Digital Citizenship & Society Monday, Feb. 24, through Wednesday, Feb. 26.
It’s been 64 years since 14-year-old Emmett Till was lynched in Mississippi after allegedly offending a white woman in her family’s grocery store, but University of Kansas Professor Dave Tell has worked diligently to preserve Till’s story and legacy.
The Florida Book Awards kicks off its 14th annual competition with a call for entries in 11 categories.
The Florida Book Awards competition is coordinated through the Florida State University Libraries, with the support of partner organizations from across the state.
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