Spring Career Fair Brings Alums Back to Campus to Recruit

The spring semester career fair at the College of Communication and Information held on Tuesday, February 6th, featured over 40 employers from local communication and technology sectors.  Held two weeks after the University’s career fair (Seminole Futures), the focus is on serving local employers that provide internships and employment for our majors in the School[…] »

Building a Legacy: a Tribute to Dr. Wills

Fifty-five years of life for former professor Dr. James Thomas Wills was filled with achievement. He was a Golden Gloves boxing champion, Negro League baseball player, Baptist preacher. He was also a World War II veteran, civil rights leader, and one of the few 50’s-era African American military officers. It was only his last few[…] »

FSUshadow Leading Seminoles to Employment

Desireé Williams began shadowing at The Florida Auditor General through FSUshadow in the Fall of 2016 as an iSchool student. Here she was able to get a look at the day-to-day happenings in an IT department. “It was great to see several concepts that are taught in the classroom actually being used in the workplace.”[…] »

Qaree Dreher: Facebook Account Manager & FSU Alum

Since his freshman year at FSU, Qaree Dreher has been committed to working hard to get the most out of his college career and maximize his potential. He graduated from the School of Communication in 2016 with a B.A. in Public Relations and is currently pursuing an M.A. in Integrated Marketing Communication (graduating this year).[…] »

CCI alumna receives NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award

CCI alumna Jennifer Whelihan worked hard as a student at FSU, receiving the Florida State University Seminole Leadership Award. Nothing changed with her as she moved into the working world. She has recently been selected as the recipient of this year’s NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. During the celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month[…] »

iSchool alumni release book about Palm Beach County libraries

A newly released book about Palm Beach County’s libraries was written by a variety of library professionals and historians. 4 of the authors of the book are either alumni or students of Florida State University’s iSchool. All of them receiving or seeking a Master’s in Library and Information Studies. Janet M. DeVries, Graham Brunk, Ginger Pedersen and Shellie Labell[…] »