public health

Florida State University Honors 37 COSSPP Student Leaders through Torchbearer 100 Program

The Division of Student Affairs at Florida State University proudly honored the 2024 inductee class for the Torchbearer 100 program during a celebration on April 15 at the FSU Student Union. Of the entire inductee class, 37 COSSPP students were among them. The Torchbearer 100 program is a longstanding tradition which recognizes a diverse group of 100 undergraduate students who have shown exceptional leadership and achievement during their collegiate careers.

Three COSSPP Students Receive Gilman Scholarship to Study Abroad 

Three COSSPP students were among the 17 Florida State University students selected for scholarships through the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program. The recipients will build foreign language skills and experience culture abroad this summer in their respective fields. 

Speech-language pathology, social work, and public affairs graduate programs rank No. 1 in Florida

Florida State University graduate programs in speech-language pathology, social work, and public affairs are the best in Florida and among the top in the nation, according to the latest rankings published in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2024 edition of “Best Graduate Schools.”  

Four COSSPP Students Receive Sustainability Fellowships

Four College of Social Science and Public Policy students were selected as Sustainability Fellows through Florida State Sustainable Campus to partner with Tallahassee-based organizations that address challenges related to environmental, social and/or economic sustainability.

They will be recognized at the Fellows Poster Session on April 22 from 4 to 6:30 pm in the Student Services Building, Room 214.