McDowell Co-Edits Media as Politics in South Asia

Dr. Stephen McDowell, John H. Phipps Professor of Communication and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, has recently published a new book. McDowell co-edited Media as Politics in South Asia, the first overview of media expansion and its political ramifications in South Asia since the economic reforms in the 1990s. McDowell co-edited the book with Sahana Udupa, professor at Ludwig Maximilian[…] »

CCI Professor Leonard “Chick” LaPointe Awarded University Teaching Award

Dr. Leonard LaPointe

The College of Communication and Information professor Dr. Leonard LaPointe was recently awarded the University Teaching Award, a prestigious honor from Florida State University recognizing faculty excellence in undergraduate and graduate teaching. The award is student-oriented, requiring students and alumni to nominate recipients. Affectionately known as “Chick”, LaPointe is the Frances Eppes Distinguished Professor of[…] »

Felipe Korzenny Inducted into AHAA Hall of Fame

Emeritus director and founder of the Center for Hispanic Marketing Communication (the Center) Felipe Korzenny, Ph.D. will receive an award and induction into the Association of Hispanic Advertising Agencies (AHAA) Hall of Fame at the organization’s annual Chicago conference in June. Dr. Korzenny, along with current director of the Center, Dr. Sindy Chapa, and four student[…] »

20 Questions with Shuyuan Ho

20 Questions with Shuyuan Mary Ho What was your first job? I was an English instructor in Taiwan. Go figure! If you were to write a personal memoir, what would you name it?  “The road less traveled” Where did you grow up?  A very small town with a very big lake in Taiwan What is[…] »

CCI Professor Art Raney Awarded FSU’s Most Prestigious Teaching Honor

Art Raney Photo

The College of Communication and Information‘s Dr. Arthur A. Raney, our James E. Kirk Professor of Communication, is the recent recipient of Florida State University’s most prestigious honor for teaching, the 2017 Distinguished Teacher Award. The award represents the culmination of sustained excellence in teaching, with recipients required to have also received a University Teaching Award[…] »

Houck and Students Roadtrip to the Mississippi Delta and Civil Rights Landmarks

Davis Houck, professor in the School of Communication, has been at Florida State University for over seventeen years, researching the history of the civil rights movement and how the civil rights movement moved. A large part of the movement happened in the Mississippi Delta, what Houck calls “the most southern place on earth”. To better understand the history,[…] »