The Florida State University Heritage Museum exhibit Degrees of Discovery: The History of Science at Florida State examines the history of science at Florida State, tracking the school’s development from early educational institution to twenty-first century research facility. Since the late nineteenth century, science has served as a fundamental aspect of education at Florida State University and its predecessors. After World War II, a surplus of wartime laboratory equipment and veterans allowed FSU to meet the increasing demand for science education across the country. Early programs focusing on physical sciences laid the groundwork for the development of advanced courses in a variety of fields, including meteorology, oceanography, chemistry, and physics. The creation of innovative research facilities offered new avenues for interdisciplinary collaboration and continues to encourage scientists from around the world to take advantage of the advanced technologies offered on and around the Tallahassee campus. The Museum's hours may vary; check its schedule for operating hours.
Wednesday, October 18 at 11:00am to 4:00pm
Dodd Hall (DOD), FSU Heritage Museum
641 University Way, Tallahassee, FL