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Steve Ellis Memorial Scholarship Fund now on Spark

July 6, 2015
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  It is hard to believe that Steve has been gone for almost six years.  His untimely death certainly left a void in our hearts and in the sports community. Steve was a beloved sports reporter with the Tallahassee Democrat who covered the Florida State Seminoles for almost 30 years. He may no longer be […]

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Julia Skinner joins Kennesaw State University as Rare Book Curator

July 2, 2015
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  Julia Skinner successfully defended her thesis, Ernestine Rose and the Harlem Public Library: Theory Testing Using Historical Sources on May 29th and accepted a position with Kennesaw State University as a Rare Book Curator shortly after. Skinner received her Ph.D. in Information Sciences from the School of Information. Skinner completed her undergraduate and graduate education at the […]

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Doffek Aids in Local White Collar Crime Case

July 2, 2015
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WCTV reported on a Tallahassee couple accused of attempting to steal nearly three quarters of a million dollars from the state’s unclaimed property vault. The heavily guarded vault is located in Tallahassee and contains millions in jewels, watches, coins and currency. Thomas Penquite and Maria Gutierrez are being accused of trying to claim more than $733,000 […]

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IT Alums Find Success in Panama

June 30, 2015
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  Over the last decade, Panama has been going through an economic renaissance. Trade is booming, technology is thriving and the opportunities are endless. Three graduates of the School of Information have found success in the country’s bustling economy. Michael Lindo (BS IT ’12) may be Miami-born, but he was Panama-raised. Lindo came to Florida […]

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CCI Celebrates Social Media Day

June 30, 2015
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In 2010, Mashable named June 30 as Social Media Day as a way to recognize and celebrate social media’s impact on global communication. Now in it’s sixth year, Social Media Day has become a global celebration. Social media is become an essential part of business strategy for companies in almost every sector. At the College […]

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Malia Bruker Films Klasse, Featured in Art Exhibit

June 29, 2015
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School of Communication professor Malia Bruker participated in a site-specific art exhibition spread across various locations in Tuscany. Bruker was an artist-in-residence at M’Arte 2015, a contemporary art project. While overseas, Bruker traveled to Germany and worked on dance film Klasse with School of Dance’s Hannah Schwadron. Klasse Schwadron’s grandmother Ursula Lievendag was a Holocaust survivor who lived in […]

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2 FSU Alums Go “Over the Edge” for Make-A-Wish Foundation

June 25, 2015
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Rachael Deja and Maria Cardenas are Florida State graduates from the Information Technology and Management of Information Systems programs and now work for General Motors in Austin, Texas. Deja, an IT Operations Engineer and Cardenas, an IT Project Manager are close co-workers with hearts for the kids at the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central & South […]

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