Faculty & Research

FSU Multidisciplinary Team Receives NIH Grant to Predict Outcomes and Adverse Events for Pediatric Organ Transplantations

Dr. Zhe He (School of Information), Dr. Michael Killian (College of Social Work), and their research team recently received a $395,200 R21 grant from the National Library of Medicine of National Institutes of Health for a project entitled “Prediction of Health Outcomes and Adverse Events in Pediatric Organ Transplantation in Florida”.

Celebrating Black History Month at the FSU College of Social Work

February is a time each year to recognize the essential role that African Americans play in the history of the United States. This year, the college wants to recognize the contributions of its Black faculty, staff and graduates, as well as the significant role that Black community leaders and advocates played in the establishment of the social work profession.

Faculty Highlight: Carol Edwards, Committed to Students and Social Justice

Helping others was instilled in College of Social Work faculty member Carol Campbell Edwards from an early age. Her mother was a career social worker and her father was a well-respective teacher. Building on this family legacy of service, Edwards earned her Bachelor of Social Work degree (1984) and Master of Social Work degree (1985) from Florida State University while sharing her energy and school spirit as an FSU cheerleader.