Florida State University unveiled the 2019 Seminole 100 during a ceremony hosted by the Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship, the FSU Alumni Association and professional services firm EY on Saturday, March 2. The 2nd Annual Seminole 100 Celebration at University Center Club in Doak Campbell Stadium recognized the 100 fastest-growing businesses owned or managed […]
The workshop will be led by Dr. Thomas Ledermann from the Department of Family and Child Sciences at Florida State University. Dr. Ledermann is a leading figure in dyadic data analysis who, in collaboration with David Kenny, developed several procedures that are now used routinely in the analysis of dyadic data. Topics covered will include: […]
Mentor in the Making Dr. Michelle Parvatiyar (assistant professor of exercise physiology) knows she wouldn’t be on this path if it weren’t for great mentors, and so she focuses on encouraging the next generation of scientists. Read the full profile here.
Support our graduate students as they present their research during the CHS Research Showcase! Takes place on Wednesday, Feb. 6th from 10am – 4pm in SAN 345.
“I wanted a degree that allowed me the opportunity to work in a variety of settings. Family and Child Sciences was a great fit. I didn’t know what doors would open or where I would end up, I just knew it would give me a great foundation.” Early on, Heather Gainey (B.S. ’12, M.S. ’13) […]
Today’s modern family has evolved throughout the years as more are faced with mounting adversity. Coping and overcoming hardships has created new kinds of challenges, raising questions for researchers. “…like conflict, stress seems to be an inevitable consequence of the human experience and family stressors are no different. All stress is not bad or damaging. […]
A new seminar series is starting up in Nutrition, Food & Exercise Sciences and the schedule has been announced for spring. Wednesdays @ 4PM in SAN 101.
The original press release can be viewed here. Through its Microbiome Grant Initiative, uBiome, the leader in microbial genomics, has awarded microbiome research support in study design, planning, sample collection, and analysis to researchers at Florida State University led by Ms. Elizabeth Foley, PhD Candidate, to study microbial community structure and bone health in older men […]
The way parents respond to their children’s wants and needs can play a critical role in the way they learn to form strong friendships, according to a new Florida State University study. Bethany Blair, an assistant professor of family and child sciences at FSU, found that parents who responded to their children in a warm […]
WVFS Tallahassee recently interviewed associate professor Dr. Heidi Gazelle to provide insights on the experience of being a twelve-year-old. You can listen to the interview here. WVFS Tallahassee is an Affiliated Project of the Florida State University Student Government Association and the College of Communication and Information, and operates as a non-commercial, educational, public radio station.