Ten Grad Students Nominated for Outstanding TA Award

Ten College of Communication and Information graduate students have been nominated for FSU Outstanding Teaching Assistant Awards. Olivia Genito, Aleksandar Iricanin, Steven Pope, and Victoria Villanti from the School of Communication, and Bader Albahlal, Jeanna Cripe, Kristie Escobar, Seyedeh Neelufar Payrovnaziri, Nathaniel Ramos, and Sierra Whitfield in the School of Information are up for the award to […] »

Student Receives NSSLHA Scholarship

Karina Hernandez, a junior Speech Language Pathology student in FSU’s School of Communication Science and Disorders, has been selected as one of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) undergraduate scholarship recipients. “As the Junior Representative for the NSSLHA Florida State Chapter, receiving the undergrad scholarship from NSSLHA means the world to me,” Karina […] »

Alumnus Makes Impact as Dean of Students at University of Cincinnati

Juan Gaurdia Headshot

Juan Guardia (’97, B.A. Communications) is the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students for the University of Cincinnati. Guardia serves students and their families as they navigate the college experience through support services and resources committed to students’ advocacy, safety, and well-being. He oversees several areas that focus on issues impacting students’ […] »

Joshua Cartwright: iSchool Alumnus and Professional Supercross Racer

Josh Cartwright on a motorbike

Joshua Cartwright (’18, B.S. Information Technology) was gifted a motorcycle at the age of three by his parents, but they never would have dreamed he would one day race Motocross and Supercross professionally. Cartwright’s accomplishments include competing and winning the 2004 AZ Open National Championship (50cc, 7-8), the 2009 GNCC National Championship (85cc, 12-13), 2013 […] »

Sundance Film Festival to Feature Work of Communication Alumni and Professor

This year’s Sundance Film Festival will feature an original documentary produced by students who participated in the “Fannie Lou Hamer’s America” Young Filmmakers’ Workshop, a component of a multimodal project spearheaded by FSU School of Communication professor Davis W. Houck. As FSU’s Fannie Lou Hamer Professor of Rhetorical Studies and in partnership with Tougaloo College, Houck’s research […] »

5th Annual South Asian Media & Cultural Studies Conference to Focus on Media and Social Change in South Asia

The 5th Annual South Asian Media and Cultural Studies conference will be held on January 31 to February 1, 2019 at the Center for Global and Multicultural Engagement at Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida. This year’s theme, “Cultural Disruptions: Media and Social Change in South Asia,” is focused on the reconfiguration of cultural, social, economic […] »

Online MSIT Program Ranked #7 Among Public Universities

Florida Sate University’s online MSIT program, offered by the School of Information (iSchool), is ranked No. 7 among public universities for the second consecutive year in a row, according to the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 Best Online Programs. The Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) explores areas of information […] »