Lustria Named Associate Editor of JASIST Journal

School of Information professor Mia Lustria has been named associate editor for the Advanced Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST) section of the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), effective January 2017. JASIST is one of the leading journals in the information field. Lustria, an interdisciplinary researcher with focus on[…] »

Weissenberger awarded Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Fellowship

Dr. Lynnsey Weissenberger, alumna of the School of Information master’s and doctoral programs in Library and Information Studies, has been awarded a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Individual Fellowship for two years of postdoctoral research in the European Union. The highly-competitive fellowship scheme attracts researchers who are mobile, meaning they are able to live and work within[…] »

iSchool Women Recognized at ALISE 2017

Women from the School of Information at Florida State University brought home accolades from the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) conference this weekend. Many iSchool faculty, students and alumni attended the conference in Atlanta, Ga. ALISE focuses on Library Information Studies educators and researchers. Florida’s iSchool is ranked as the #13 Best[…] »

Mardis Keynotes MAME Conference

Marcia Mardis, Associate Professor in the School of Information and CCI Assistant Dean has long been a player in school librarianship and digital learning. In her research she explores digital learning resource collection, description, and use. Her unique research not only yielded two recent books, numerous grants and the popular Web2MARC cataloging software, but also[…] »

FSU Speech Pathology Student Recognized at ASHA National Conference


It is easy to take language for granted, but almost everything you do within your day hinges on its presence. The ability to send and receive information from other human beings is a core part of participating in a community. FSU speech pathology doctoral candidate Lisa Fitton’s early education sparked her interest in the dynamics[…] »

FSU Professor Designs Systems to Detect Online Dishonesty

We’ve all received an email that makes us pause and wonder, “…is this real or spam?” iSchool assistant professor Shuyuan Ho has started to crack the code behind online deception. Inspired by Alan Turing, the mathematician whose Enigma machine broke German ciphers in the World War II, Dr. Ho set out to create an algorithm[…] »