Meet ICT Graduate Healy Dwyer

Meet Healy, recent graduate from the Information, Communication & Technology program. The Basics Name: Healy Dwyer Degree: Bachelor’s in Information, Communication and Technology and Urban Planning Anticipated Graduation: Spring 2017 Hometown: Delray Beach, FL Meet Healy Who do you admire and why? I admire Ebe Randeree and Besty Crawford because they help so many students become engaged in organizations on campus and[…] »

Alumna Kelsey Styles, Junior Art Director at Funworks

Meet Kelsey Styles, alumna of the Information Communication & Technology program & Junior Art Director at Funworks. The Basics Name: Kelsey Styles Degree: Bachelor’s in Information Communication Technology, 2016 Hometown: Destin, FL Current City: San Francisco, CA Job: Junior Art Director at Funworks Meet Kelsey Who do you admire and why? My pal Emily Barresi. She’s a[…] »

CCI Recognizes Inaugural Class of Community Partners

    The College of Communication & Information is recognizing community partners who go above and beyond to help students. The new award will be given to five local companies who partner with the College to provide real world experiences, internship opportunities and support. Sachs Media Group and Moore Communications Group will receive the School[…] »

Doctoral alumna Laura Clark’s Library Work Recognized

Laura Clark, recent graduate of the doctorate in Information at Florida’s iSchool, continues to grow in the field of library and information studies. During her studies at the iSchool, her research focused on interdisciplinary assessment. After receiving her MLIS in 2011, she continued onto her doctorate. Her dissertation focused on caregivers’ perceptions of emerging literacy[…] »

IT Major Wins Florida Collegiate Sigma Man of the Year

Your time at a university represents a unique combination of people, ideas, and resources that would be hard to bring together anywhere else. These factors combine to provide students with opportunities to connect the dots to a picture of what life can look like after school. Junior IT major Chris Cyrille’s experience at Florida State University[…] »

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[…] »