graduate programs

MFT PhD Student Jasmine Ferrill Receives AAMFT Award

Jasmine Ferrill has been awarded the AAMFT (American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy) Diversity Scholarship for Emerging Leaders. More about the AAMFT and the scholarship can be found here. Jasmine Ferrill, soon to be Dr. Jasmine Ferrill, is currently a doctoral student in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Florida State University. Her […]

FCS PhD Alumna Awarded AAMFT Graduate Student Research Award

Dr. Morgan Lancaster, a recent Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) alumna, was awarded the 2020 American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Graduate Student Research Award. This is the 7th time in the last 8 years where an FSU MFT student has earned a top research honor from AAMFT. Morgan received her master’s degree […]

NFES Doctoral Student Receives AOAC “Testing for Life” Student Award

Xingyi Jiang, a third-year Nutrition and Food Science Program doctoral candidate in Dr. Rao’s lab, was selected as a recipient of the AOAC/Eurofins Foundation “Testing for Life” Student Award. This AOAC Award, supported by the Eurofins Foundation, is designed to encourage student researchers who are advancing basic or applied science in analytical or molecular testing […]

Ahmed Ismaeel is this years ISL Award Winner!

One of our NFES Doctoral Students has been awarded the Institute for Successful Longevity’s Esther & Del Grosser Scholarship. Click here for a link to the ISL article. Congratulations Ahmed on your award! Ahmed’s describes his current focus as investigating the mechanisms by which pathological changes in the blood vessels of peripheral artery disease (PAD) […]

NFES Master’s in Four Finalist!

James Ippolito has been selected as a finalist for the Graduate School’s Master’s in Four thesis competition. James will be competing against a group of his peers on February 25th for monetary prizes. Participating students will have four minutes and four slides to present their research to the judges. James is a master’s thesis student […]

NFES PhD Student receives NSCA Scholarship

Joseph Laudato was one of fourteen recipients from across the nation to be awarded the National Strength Conditioning Association Foundation (NSCA) 2019 Challenge Scholarship. As a first year PhD student in the Nutrition, Food & Exercise Sciences Department Joe has been researching the effects of acute and chronic alcohol consumption on muscle mass, function, protein […]

First student to graduate from NFES combined degree pathway

Matt Lopez was a senior in exercise physiology when the College announced a B.S./M.S. combined degree pathway to start the following year. It might not’ve been planned, but the timing was right and he knew he had the grades to apply. One year (and two degrees) later, Matt will be the first graduate of the […]