FSU Speech Pathology Student Recognized at ASHA National Conference


It is easy to take language for granted, but almost everything you do within your day hinges on its presence. The ability to send and receive information from other human beings is a core part of participating in a community. FSU speech pathology doctoral candidate Lisa Fitton’s early education sparked her interest in the dynamics[…] »

CCI Women Leading in Tech

by Chelsea Schneider Since the beginnings of the computing era, women like Ada Lovelace, Grace Hopper, and recent Presidential Medal of Freedom winner Margaret Hamilton have made significant contributions to the computing field. Yet despite the achievements of these role models, the overall rates of women in technology have historically been underrepresented. Women can often[…] »

PR Alumna Olivia Wilson Brings Skills to ESPN


PR Alumna Olivia Wilson (B.S. ’14) has this advice for students currently juggling jobs, internships, and homework – “all your work is not for nothing and everything will work out. Worry less.” People like to say that success happens when hard work meets opportunity. For Wilson, the hard work often came from paying an attention[…] »

Alumnus Jamie Linden on Life, Luck, and Persistence


Screenwriter and CCI alumnus Jamie Linden (B.S. ’01) did not know what he wanted to do after graduation. That is, he had a set of skills and experiences he acquired throughout his four years at Florida State University, but he wasn’t sure where he wanted to apply those skills. Like many other newly-minted FSU alumni, he[…] »

FSU STARS Bring Leadership Techniques and Mentoring to STEM Students Across Florida


FSU STARS were on the road again, connecting current students with alumni as well as mentoring middle and high school STEM students. Ten students (Alissa Ovalle, Kylee McPhail, Megan Mulhall, Tiffany Carpenter, Hannah Brock, Nicolaus Lopez, Andrew Pendergast, Chelsea Schneider, Deanna Sand, and Allie Cannan) attended and presented at the 2016 Florida Technology Student Association (TSA)[…] »

Arrowhead Advertising Students Among Top 50 Most Promising Multicultural AAF Students


Since its first class in 1997, AAF’s Most Promising Multicultural Students Program has had over 850 participants, aiding them in their pursuit of careers within the advertising, media and marketing industries. These students represent the top of their class and have passionately demonstrated their potential for future success in the industry through internships, leadership activities,[…] »