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):[…] »

Center for Hispanic Marketing Communication Confirms Three New Advisory Board Members

The Center for Hispanic Marketing Communication at Florida State University named Rafael Jaramillo from Emerson, Beth F. Tracy from IBM, and Isaac Muñoz from Southwest Airlines to the organization’s Advisory Board. The Center, which is part of part of the Florida State University College of Communication and Information, is dedicated to educating students and professionals[…] »

CCI Alums Giving Voice to the Speechless

Isabel Lawton and Alisha Russell are both 2013 Master’s graduates of the FSU School of Communication Science and Disorders. Together, they have co-created a program called BRAV (Brooks Rehab Alternative Voices) that works to bring speech-activating equipment to patients who are unable to speak. It all began when the two of them realized that very[…] »

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[…] »

Comm School Professor Offers Expertise on Project Honoring Civil Rights Icon

Dr. Davis W. Houck

School of Communication Professor, Davis W. Houck, Ph.D., is playing a key role in the making of a new documentary and curriculum about civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer. View the film’s trailer. Read about this project from Florida State University News: FSU professor offers expertise on project honoring civil rights icon

Spring Career Fair Brings Alums Back to Campus to Recruit

The spring semester career fair at the College of Communication and Information held on Tuesday, February 6th, featured over 40 employers from local communication and technology sectors.  Held two weeks after the University’s career fair (Seminole Futures), the focus is on serving local employers that provide internships and employment for our majors in the School[…] »