FSU Professor wins Distinguished Paper Award at AMIA

The American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) recently held its largest Annual Symposium yet in Washington, D.C.  The event supports research and practice in informatics and offers attendees a personal and professional educational experience. Assistant Professor in the School of Information at Florida State University Zhe He presented a paper and a poster at the widely attended event. His paper “Comparing[…] »

FSU professors featured in JASIST for impactful research

The Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) is celebrating its 80th anniversary by looking at its journal’s highest impact articles throughout the decades. JASIST, widely considered to be one of the field’s two top journals, features two Florida State University professors on its list: E.A. Chatman and Gary Burnett. Dr. Burnett’s research focuses on the intersection[…] »

Mia Lustria Authors Chapter on Health Message Design

School of Information professor Mia Lustria has written a chapter titled Message Tailoring in Health and Risk Messaging that has been published in the three-volume Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication. This is one of three invited encyclopedia entries on messaging tailoring that Dr. Lustria has written. Designers of health education materials are always looking for new ways to[…] »

iSchool’s Zhe He Presents at MedInfo

Florida State’s School of Information Assistant Professor Zhe He had the opportunity to attend the 16th World Congress on Medical and Health Informatics (MedInfo). This bi-annual event allows scientists, medical practitioners, entrepreneurs, and educators from around the world to share the world’s current research and foremost application in these fields. Dr. He kept busy during the conference as he not[…] »

FSU researcher finds users influenced by cues when online ordering

Dr. Jinghui (Jove) Hou, assistant professor in the School of Communication, published new research examining cues and food consumption. Hou joined Florida State University faculty last summer. Her research focuses on social and psychological effects of communication technologies effects. Her most recent research study, Can Interface Cues Nudge Modeling of Food Consumption? Experiments on a Food-Ordering Website examined[…] »

Dr. Yolanda A. Rankin to Join College of Communication & Information Fall 2017

The Florida State University School of Information is pleased to announce that Dr. Yolanda A. Rankin will join our faculty as an assistant professor in Fall 2017. Dr. Rankin was formerly an assistant professor in the Department of Computer & Information Sciences at Spelman College. Her research interests include designing, developing and evaluating video games[…] »