graduate programs

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 […]

6 CHS students win national title on FSU women’s soccer team

On Sunday, FSU’s Women’s soccer team clinched the NCAA College Cup in a spectacular 1-0 win over North Carolina. It’s FSU soccer’s second national title. Earlier in the season the Seminoles beat No. 12 Virginia and No. 3 North Carolina on the way to an ACC tournament title, and then No. 20 South Florida, No. […]

Healthy holiday tips, recipes from NFES students

Thanksgiving and the start of the holiday season fill many people with joy — and cookies and cocktails.   As we head into the holidays, many people are naturally concerned about how the merriment will affect their waistlines.   The graduate students at Florida State University’s Department of Nutrition and Exercise Science offered up some advice, along with some […]

Alumni: M.S. in Family & Child Sciences

Where are they now? Our graduates from the M.S. program in Family and Child Science are doing great things with their education. These are only a few, but students pursue a wide variety of career paths. We are proud of our alumni for their achievements and contributions to their field. Gabriella Gonzalez, M.S., RBT Registered […]