Florida State doctoral student Madhuparna Roy is the winner of the university’s 2016 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. Her Three Minute Thesis — called “3D Printed Airplanes: How Plastic Parts Are Replacing Metal” — described her plan to create stronger, lighter, safer planes. Roy’s doctoral research explores using new particles in composites to create better conductivity. In addition, she plans to use 3D printing and magnets to align particles in the most effective way to shield against electromagnetic interference. Click here to read more.
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Florida State University’s global reach is on the rise. The arrival of over 475 new international students this fall is the highest number to arrive in one semester in Florida State history. The new incoming international students put the overall enrollment at more than 2,000 students from over 120 countries. Florida State welcomed and celebrated students from around the world at the university’s first-ever International Student Dinner held Monday, Aug. 29, at the Oglesby Union Ballroom. READ MORE…
Uphold the Garnet & Gold is meant to encourage civil behavior on campus and in the larger community. To Uphold the Garnet & Gold is to demonstrate the values of Florida State; good sportsmanship at athletic events, listening to and respecting different opinions, and respecting the values and views of others are just some of the ways you can Uphold the Garnet & Gold! READ MORE..