iSchool PhD grads awarded Frances Henne Research Grant

Amelia Anderson, a Postdoctoral Scholar in FSU’s School of Information, and Abigail Phillips, currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences at Utah State University, both earned their Ph.D. in Information Studies from FSU’s School of Information. In February, the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) awarded the 2018 Frances[…] »

Michael Bane: Innovator of Hip Hop and iSchool Alum

Tallahassee native, Michael Bane, earned his Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology at FSU’s iSchool back in 2010 . Since then, he has used both his knowledge in technology and passion in music in his every day life. He now lives in Nashville, TN, working as a Systems Support Engineer for LifeWay Christian Resources. “I work[…] »

iSchool Professor, Michelle Kazmer, Ph.D., is Announced as a Finalist at iConference

Once a year, researchers and experts in the field of informational studies from around the world gather to share ideas, concepts, and concerns at iConference. This year, our very own iSchool Professor, Michelle Kazmer, was announced as a finalist for the “Best Poster” award. Kazmer’s presentation was titled Perceptions and Experiences of Qualitative Open Data (PEQOD):[…] »

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[…] »

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[…] »

Career Fair set for Tuesday February 6th

The Spring 2018 College of Communication & Information Career Fair will be held on Tuesday, February 6th, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the Miller Hall.  This event provides valuable networking opportunities for students and alumni to meet employers who are providing internships, full-, and part- job opportunities in the communications or information fields! Our last two[…] »