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Student Spotlights

2017

08/22/2017

African-American
Ph.D. graduate
inspires others

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07/19/2017

Fourth-year student and faculty participate in mission trip

Fourth-year student and faculty volunteer in Haiti Read More

07/14/2017

FSU Fort Pierce celebrates ninth graduating class

FSU Fort Pierce celebrates ninth graduating class Read More

07/14/2017

Class of 2018 donates to We Care

Class of 2018 donates to We Care Read More

07/14/2017

New third year students arrive

Class of 2019 arrives Read More

06/13/2017

Meet the Class of 2021

You'll be hearing a lot about them in the next four years -- but for starters, let's look at some of the demographics for our first-year students, plus a few facts about our newest Bridge students. Read More

05/17/2017

Bridge students share their research findings

The luncheon is the last step before they complete the rigorous master's program -- and become first-year med students. Read More

04/11/2017

Gotrace gets boost
from NHSC loan
repayment program

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04/11/2017

With new Ph.D.
in hand, Hurwitz
returns to M.D. track

Before heading off to her regional campus, she also received a prestigious P.E.O. Scholar Award. Read More

03/24/2017

AOA Inductees Honored in "The Big House"

Students and our own, dear, Dr. Appelbaum honored in the annual AOA Induction Ceremony, which took place March 16, 2017, at the College of Medicine. Read More

03/22/2017

Learning to lead

FSU medical students receive
service leadership project award with goal
of providing an avenue for developing leadership skills. Read More

02/08/2017

Remembering Matt Wittman, 'a true friend'

The Class of 2019 mourns the loss of a student who was known for his hard work, his eagerness to help others, and a smile they could always count on Read More

01/27/2017

Student reaches out to assist his beloved Haiti

After Hurricane Matthew clobbered the island last year, Paulin Gotrace collected supplies for a Christmas surprise. Read More

01/25/2017

Students’ events focus on social responsibility

Racism Awareness Week and Cover the Uninsured Week create opportunities for 'safe dialogue and action.' Read More