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Meet iSchool alumnus: Waner Del Rosario

October 29, 2014
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Waner Del Rosario is a man with a plan. He was only in high school at William H. Turner Technical Arts High School in Miami when he started his first business, Dreniam Technology Solutions. The business still thrives today, repairing and providing training for computers. Since his graduation in 2008, Waner has used his degree in […]

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NSSLHA Hosts Awareness Event on Landis Green

October 29, 2014

    NSSLHA (National Student Hearing Speech Language Association) hosts an awareness event on Landis Green today, October 29, 2014. NSSLHA members gathered to inform students and passers by about the importance of hearing preservation. The National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA), founded in 1972 is a pre-professional membership association for students interested in the study of […]

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iSchool’s Kazmer named ASIS&T Outstanding Teacher

October 29, 2014
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Every year ASIS&T, the gold standard in Information Science publications, awards coveted and prestigious awards to professionals in the field of information. This year, Michelle Kazmer has found her place on the list as the Thomas Reuters Outstanding Information Science Teacher. Established in 1980, the award was created to honor exemplary information science teachers. Michelle’s […]

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COMM Professor wins Best Documentary for “The Packinghouse”

October 28, 2014
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Brian Graves, recent addition to the College of Communication & Information faculty, has a film that’s being screened and celebrated. The film, The Packinghouse, is a short documentary about the ghost tales surrounding an abandoned meat packing facility in Statesboro, Georgia. The urban legends date back to the early 1900s, with tales of an owner locking […]

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Speech Pathology & Audiology Awareness Event

October 28, 2014
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Wednesday, Oct. 29th from 11-2pm on Landis Green, there will be a Communication Disorder Awareness Event to enlighten the FSU student body with more information about the professions of Speech Pathology and Audiology and the communication disorders we study.  There will be having games, jeopardy boards, and free food for those who participate. Find out more […]

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SCSD Student Profile: Meghan Hemstreet- Serves, Leads, Succeeds

October 28, 2014
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SCSD students tend to have a common trait—a genuine desire to help others achieve confidence in themselves. Meghan Hemstreet is a leader among her peers in this area, having dedicated years to serving and teaching the youth in her community. “Observing therapy sessions first hand inspires me to continue moving forward with my degree.” Says Hemstreet. […]

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COMM Alumnus Bryant Joseph develops “Stadium Runner” App

October 27, 2014
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Any seasoned sports fan knows the art of navigating a stadium. Perhaps rule #1… avoid the concession stand during halftime, unless you’re a fan of long lines. Bryant Joseph, recent Communication alumnus, is here to fix your need for snacks and distaste for long lines. Enter: Stadium Runner. The app uses your smartphone to play the middleman […]

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FSU STARS trains STEM Middle/High School students at Orlando Conference

October 27, 2014
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Florida State University STARS Alliance students recently spent three days in Orlando partnering with Florida’s chapter of the Technology Student Association (TSA), an organization of high school and middle school students interested in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). TSA’s mission is to foster personal growth, leadership, and opportunities in technology, innovation, […]

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Opel’s documentary awarded for excellence

October 23, 2014

Andy Opel, School of Communication Professor & Director of the Digital Media Production Program, has spent the last decade working on Preempting Dissent in one way or another. Both a book and award-winning documentary, Preempting Dissent follows the altering of public space since the advent of new policing strategies developed after the Seattle WTO Protests […]

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Meet the iSchool at ASIS&T 2014

October 23, 2014

Are you attending ASIS&T 2014?   Join us October 31-November 5 in Seattle, Washington for the 77th  ASIS&T Annual Meeting – Connecting Collections, Cultures, and Communities.  Here’s where you can find  FSU iSchool faculty, staff, students and alumni at ASIS&T!   SUNDAY, November 2   3:30pm-5pm Youth I (Panel) Youth Beyond Borders: Methodological Challenges in Youth […]

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