iSchool PhD grads awarded Frances Henne Research Grant

Amelia Anderson, a Postdoctoral Scholar in FSU’s School of Information, and Abigail Phillips, currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences at Utah State University, both earned their Ph.D. in Information Studies from FSU’s School of Information. In February, the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) awarded the 2018 Frances[…] »

CCI hosts 5th Annual Women in Leadership Conference

Florida State University’s College of Communication & Information (CCI) recently hosted the 5th Annual Women in Leadership Conference on March 8th (International Women’s Day) at the FSU Turnbull Conference Center.  With 425+ students, alumni and community members in attendance, the conference was co-sponsored by the College of Business, College of Social Work, and the Jim[…] »

Meet Kristin Bass-Petersen

The Basics Name: Kristin Bass-Petersen Degree: Master’s in Media & Communication Studies Graduation Year: 2010 Hometown: Santiago, Chile Current City: Tallahassee, FL Job: VP Digital Media Services, The Pod Advertising   Meet Kristin Who do you admire and why? My husband for living so far from his family and culture, and somehow managing to put up with the[…] »

Recent Comm School Grad Employed at Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce

The Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce welcomed recent School of Communication grad, Courtney Calhoun, as their Marketing and Communications Coordinator in January. Courtney graduated with a Bachelor’s in Media/Communication Studies in the Summer of 2017, and after interning with the Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce during the Summer of 2016, Courtney was offered[…] »

Michael Bane: Innovator of Hip Hop and iSchool Alum

Tallahassee native, Michael Bane, earned his Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology at FSU’s iSchool back in 2010 . Since then, he has used both his knowledge in technology and passion in music in his every day life. He now lives in Nashville, TN, working as a Systems Support Engineer for LifeWay Christian Resources. “I work[…] »

CCI Alums Giving Voice to the Speechless

Isabel Lawton and Alisha Russell are both 2013 Master’s graduates of the FSU School of Communication Science and Disorders. Together, they have co-created a program called BRAV (Brooks Rehab Alternative Voices) that works to bring speech-activating equipment to patients who are unable to speak. It all began when the two of them realized that very[…] »