iSchool Professor Publishes Review on Biomedical Ontology Evaluation

Dr. Zhe He, Assistant Professor at the School of Information, has recently published a review paper titled “Assessing the Practice of Biomedical Ontology Evaluation: Gaps and Opportunities” in the prestigious Journal of Biomedical Informatics as the co-first-author, working alongside co-authors from The University of Texas Health Science Center and the University of Florida. The Journal of Biomedical Informatics has been the premier methodology journal in the field of biomedical informatics for more than 50 years. In[…] »

Comm School Professor Offers Expertise on Project Honoring Civil Rights Icon

Dr. Davis W. Houck

School of Communication Professor, Davis W. Houck, Ph.D., is playing a key role in the making of a new documentary and curriculum about civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer. View the film’s trailer. Read about this project from Florida State University News: FSU professor offers expertise on project honoring civil rights icon

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[…] »

iSchool Professor Breaking New Ground in Human-Computer Interactions Research

  Shuyuan Mary Ho, Ph.D., is currently an assistant professor at Florida State’s iSchool. Dr. Ho is teaching Information Systems and Information Security in both undergraduate and graduate-level classes at the College of Communication and Information. When she’s not teaching in the classroom, she’s conducting research on topics such as trusted human-computer interactions, cyber insider[…] »

Retired iSchool Professor, Martha Jane Zachert, Passes Away

On January 10, 2018, at the Westminster Oaks Health Center, retired iSchool professor Martha Jane Koontz Zachert passed away after almost 98 years of life. In that time, she attained multiple degrees from various prestigious universities and received a certification in medical librarianship. After work in this field, she moved on to Florida State University[…] »

Comm Disorders Professors Lead the Way

School of Communication Science and Disorders faculty have been in the spotlight over the last couple of weeks – and for good reason. Associate Professor Toby Macrae’s leadership of a federally-funded speech-language pathology project for graduate students was recently featured on FSU’s News site and shared on Tallahassee Democrat’s website. Through the project, students learn[…] »