Digital Media Production students Samantha Hunter and Cristina Fernandez recently attended the Yonkers Film Festival (more commonly dubbed YOFI Fest) in New York for their film, A is for Armed. Addressing the recent Concealed Carry on Campus bill in Florida in terms of last November’s shooting at Strozier library, A is for Armed engages viewers in a conversation about[…] »
Susan C. Thomas, Program Coordinator, is departing the Information Use Management & Policy Institute (Information Institute) at the Florida State University, College of Communication and Information, School of Information as of October 22, 2015. Ms. Thomas has worked at the Information Institute for almost 15 years coordinating the Institute’s office functions, fiscal and administrative operations,[…] »
A Florida State University researcher is a part of team of experts who have released a strategic brief to assist the K-12 community and policymakers in advocating for high-quality, high-capacity and affordable broadband connections to every classroom in the United States.
WCTV reported on a Tallahassee couple accused of attempting to steal nearly three quarters of a million dollars from the state’s unclaimed property vault. The heavily guarded vault is located in Tallahassee and contains millions in jewels, watches, coins and currency. Thomas Penquite and Maria Gutierrez are being accused of trying to claim more than $733,000[…] »
The student newsletter is out – the Spring 2015 edition covers students and alumni from CCI – check it out! http://bit.ly/1d4e5GS
Alvarez Tarver, who is pursuing her MLIS degree through the School of Information, has been named a 2014-2016 Initiative to Recruit a Diverse Workplace (IRDW) Diversity Scholar by the Association of Research Libraries (ARL). Tarver receives her PhD in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Florida this spring of 2015. Her doctoral dissertation, “A[…] »
Patrick Merle, assistant professor in the School of Communication, wrote an article for the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) on the Le Pen family, currently in the news for a familial dispute. With family politics merging with public politics, Merle wrote a succinct review of the family’s feud. The article was published on[…] »