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Pulitzer-Winning Journalist to Speak at FSU

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and University of Georgia Visiting Professor Cynthia Tucker will deliver a lecture and take part in a panel discussion as part of the annual Joe Cresse Ethics in Government Lecture Series sponsored by the Reubin O’D. Askew School of Public Administration and Policy at Florida State University.

Applications Open for Social Science Scholars Program

Students majoring in social sciences are invited to apply for the Social Science Scholars program.

ENHANCE YOUR EDUCATION!
EXPAND YOUR OPPORTUNITIES!
ENGAGE YOUR WORLD!

As a Social Science Scholar, you will:

* Join a select group of outstanding students

* Enroll in a unique leadership seminar next spring

* Participate in a variety of academic and extracurricular activities

* Design and carry out your own research or service project in the U.S. or abroad

EMHS Supports Hurricane Hermine Response

Students, faculty, and staff of the Emergency Management and Homeland Security (EMHS) program at Florida State University provided valuable assistance in several capacities to support response and recovery efforts when Hurricane Hermine struck North Florida, September 1, 2016.

Public Administration Alum Steps into Major Role at FSU

Kathy Mears, an alum from the college who served as chief of staff to two consecutive Florida House speakers, has been named the new top in-house lobbyist for Florida State University. She will take the new role of chief legislative affairs officer on September 19.

It’s a homecoming for Mears, who got both her undergraduate degree and master’s in public administration from FSU.

FAA Awards Drone Training Program

The Emergency Management and Homeland Security (EMHS) program at FSU was recently awarded a Section 333 exemption by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

FSU is now one of only two universities in the US to have been granted an FAA 333 exemption for training Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) pilots.

This exemption allows the EMHS program greater flexibility in their efforts to teach students hands-on flying and engage in UAS research nationwide.

Emergency Management Students Conduct Training in Chile

The Florida State University Emergency Management and Homeland Security (EMHS) program offers exemplary students the chance to work in an international environment in the field of emergency management. In Summer 2016, four EMHS students participated in a unique opportunity to make a positive impact on vulnerable populations in the Atacama Desert in Chile.

DURP Faculty Member's Paper Wins Award

Jeff Brown, professor and chair of the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, has been selected to receive the Charley V. Wootan Award for Best Paper in Transportation Policy by the Transportation Research Board (TRB), the most respected transportation research body in the word. Brown will share the award with co-authors Eric Morris (Clemson) and Brian Taylor (UCLA). The paper was published in Transportation Research Record earlier this year. The authors will be recognized at the Chairman's Luncheon at the TRB Annual Meeting in January 2017.

Political Science Professor Speaks at UN

Assistant Professor of Political Science Inken von Borzyskowski will speak at the United Nations, August 31, 2016, in a special brownbag seminar sponsored by the UN Policy and Mediation Division of the Department of Political Affairs.

New Pub Series Brings Policy Expertise to Fun Public Gatherings

The college is launching a new series that puts the "public" in Public Policy and the "social" in Social Sciences!

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