School of Communication celebrates the life of alumnus John D. Chang with room dedication

Family and friends of late School of Communication alumnus, John D. Chang (’85, Media Production), gathered for a room dedication on Feb. 28, 2014.  What had previously been known as UCD 2401 is now named the John D. Chang Media Production Lab.  In his honor, a plaque is displayed outside the room and a scholarship in his […] »

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COMM Professors Korzenny and Houck recognized as 2013 University Newsmakers

FSU University Communications and the Office of the Provost hosted the second annual “Newsmakers of the Year” event on Jan. 28 at the Turnbull Conference Center. According to the Associate Vice President of Integrated Marketing & Communications, Dr. Jeanette De Diemar, “the Newsmakers of the Year event was an opportunity to recognize the collaborative efforts between […] »

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COMM alumni open new Collegetown restaurant Madison Social and share entrepreneurial advice

Florida State University School of Communication alumni, Alex Beltrami, Brian Mckenna and Matt Thompson, opened a new business called Madison Social.  It is a 6,500 square foot sports restaurant bar with indoor/outdoor eating areas.  Located in Tallahassee’s Collegetown within walking distance of the Doak Campbell Stadium, this area is ideal for students, alumni and young […] »

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CCI Help Desk offers new remote technologies to students

As part of an effort to increase accessibility to the resources and tools available to its students, the Florida State University (FSU) College of Communication and Information (CCI) offers RemoteLabs.  This technology provides virtual utility by providing ubiquitous access to programs like the Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, and nearly forty other programs to any […] »

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SCSD Research Spotlight: Dr. Kaitlin Lansford

Dr. Kaitlin Lansford brought her passion for research to the School of Communication Science & Disorders at Florida State in 2012, specializing in dysarthria classification and perception.  Dysarthria is a motor speech disorder that occurs in children and adults subsequent to stroke, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease, ALS, and muscular dystrophy, and Dr. Lansford […] »

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SLIS Research Spotlight: Dr. Gary Burnett

Dr. Gary Burnett is a Princeton graduate who arrived to the School of Library and Information Studies (SLIS) with an interest in how different spheres of social communities interact and react, stemming from his PhD in poetry: “The experience of spending so many years with poetry allows me to focus on other kinds of cultural productions […] »

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SCSD hosts Study Tour in Human Communication Disorders for Japanese visitors

Florida State University (FSU)’s School of Communication Science and Disorders (SCSD) hosted a Japanese Study Tour in Human Communication Disorders from October 9-12.  During this time, a group of 12 visitors from Japan toured Florida State’s campus and facilities.  Three of the visitors were university professors and the rest were practicing professionals in the hospitals of Japan.  […] »

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