STARS Tour Tampa for Networking Trip

STARS at Nielsen

The FSU Students & Technology in Academia, Research & Service Alliance (STARS) organized a trip to Tampa with Associate Dean Ebe Randeree April 3rd through 5th for eight students in the College of Communication & Information. The STARS members in attendance were Joey Cardenas, Kelby Mahoney, Lydia Clark, Martin Sung, Megan McGilvray, Miciaha Ivey, Zaymeen Deen,[…] »

CCI Inducts 22 Grads Into Garnet & Gold Scholar Society

Each year, the Garnet & Gold Scholar Society recognizes superb students who have excelled beyond the classroom in the areas of leadership, internship, service, international and research. This semester, the following 22 undergraduate students from the College of Communication & Information were inducted into the honorable society: School of Communication Media/Communication Studies Donae Adjei-Grundy Marliese DeMauro[…] »

FSU Forensics Team Wins at National Tournaments

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The FSU Forensics team has been making strides at national speech tournaments. This year, the group placed 19th at the AFA-NIET tournament, the first time that the team has placed in the top 20 in consecutive years. Additionally, senior Joseph Quintana advanced to the final round and placed 4th in Informative, making him the first[…] »

Student Matthew Hebron Conducts Research Under College of Communication & Information

For college freshmen, it can be difficult to pinpoint specific research interests, career goals and future plans. However, freshman Matthew Hebron has done just that. Conducting research with the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) under FSU’s College of Communication & Information and Dr. Steve McDowell, he has found a topic that he’s passionate about and[…] »

iSchool Doctoral Candidate Jongwook Lee Receives Outstanding TA Award

Jongwook

iSchool doctoral candidate Jongwook Lee was recently presented with the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award (OTAA) for his work as a lead instructor for LIS2780: Database Concepts last year. The OTAA is awarded annually to outstanding graduate teaching assistants for their distinguished contributions to student learning through excellence in instruction. In order to be eligible to[…] »

Dr. Selena Snowden, SCSD Students Embark on Second Annual Help Guatemala Hear Mission Trip

Guatemala

On February 27, a plane with Dr. Selena Snowden, her husband Ryan Snowden, audiologist Dr. Halle Van Oss and 12 School of Communication Science & Disorders students landed in Solola’, Guatemala. For the next four days, the group would provide the impoverished community with hearing clinics and construction work. With help from non-profit organization Porch de Salomon[…] »