Author: Robert Branciforte (excerpt from Florida State University News)
Author: Erica Martin (excerpt from FSU Panama City) A $932,000 gift from the estate of Earldine Ankiewicz will allow FSU Panama City to award at least 20 new scholarships starting in fall 2018.
Gentle. Artistic. Perfectionist. This is how Florida State University alumna Jan Kaminis Platt (B.A., ‘58) describes her younger sister, Bobbie Lou Kaminis (B.A., ’64). Raised in Tampa, Florida, Bobbie Lou excelled in the arts and went on to attend Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York.
The Florida State University Coastal and Marine Laboratory is one step closer to reaching new heights in research, outreach and education thanks to a generous gift from Florida State alumnus and Tallahassee-based tech innovator Ed Mansouri.
(excerpt from Florida State University Panama City) FSU Panama City has announced the largest gift in campus history, a $3 million planned gift from Bob and Judy Fleming.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida State University celebrated the launch of Vires, Artes, Mores, the first university-wide recognition society, during the unveiling of a donor recognition wall Friday, May 20, in the lobby of Ruby Diamond Concert Hall in the Westcott Building.
“Private support can have a ripple effect—by supporting one student, you, in turn, can positively impact a multitude of students’ experiences,” said Florida State University student Qaree Dreher.