ICT Student and Inventor, Paul Woodley, Places As a Finalist at InNOLEvation

Paul Woodley is an Information, Communication, and Technology student expecting to graduate in May 2020. This innovative spirit is also pursuing a second degree in Entrepreneurship. This year, Woodley competed in the InNolevation Challenge, which allows students from all majors to demonstrate their entrepreneurial ideas, entering to win prize money that can help their ideas[…] »

Students Participate in 18th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium

CCI students participated in FSU’s 18th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium on Tuesday, April 3, 2018. An annual showcase for undergraduate student researchers to present their work to the university community, the symposium is an interdisciplinary event that showcases research and creative activities across campus. “It is great to see so many students from CCI participating[…] »

CCI Celebrates Outstanding Students, Faculty, and Alumni at the Annual Honors Recognition Ceremony

The College of Communication and Information is comprised with talented, dedicated, and inspiring individuals in our faculty, students, and alumni. Once a year, the School of Communication, the School of Information, and the School of Communication Science and Disorders gather together to celebrate and recognize exceptional work. We recognized community involvement, collaboration, research, leadership, teaching,[…] »

Abby Delehanty Wins PEO Scholar Award

School of Communication Science and Disorders doctoral candidate, Abby Delehanty, is one of the recipients of the 2018 Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.) Scholar Award. An organization dedicated to promote educational opportunities for women, the P.E.O. makes differences in the lives of women around the world through educational grants, loans, awards, and special projects. the P.E.O.[…] »

Students run semester long technology program at R. Frank Nims Middle School

With job openings exceeding qualified applicants for STEM degrees, employers have a need for new graduates with technology and programming skills. Students from FSU’s College of Communication and Information (CCI) have been doing outreach in Leon County schools for many years including school visits, summer camps, Saturday workshops, classroom support, coding workshops, and hosting schools[…] »

Graduate Students Serve as Mayoral Fellows for the City of Tallahassee

Every year, the Tallahassee Mayoral Fellowship Program gives outstanding graduate students the chance to get involved with city government, working side-by-side with political leaders. These students are responsible to use their skillsets and talents to come up with innovative policy and program proposals. This program is cultivating leaders with the experience and connections to excel in[…] »

Ana Ndumu Wins Third Place at ALISE Conference

Ana Ndumu entered the iSchool’s Ph.D. in Information program in 2014. This February, she came in third place in the Jean Tague Sutcliffe Doctoral Student Research Poster Competition at the 2018 Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) conference in Denver, Colorado. “The iSchool has invested so much in me. It’s an honor to pay[…] »