FPRA Student Capital Chapter Takes Networking Trip to Boston

This article was written by Kaitlyn Connell, Director’s Ambassador for the School of Communication.  In April, seven students from the School of Communication traveled to Boston for a networking trip with the Florida Public Relations Association’s (FPRA) Student Capital Chapter. Each semester, the student-led chapter visits a different city to give students the opportunity to …

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FSU Alumna Honored with UGA Russell Undergraduate Teaching Award

FSU Alumna Dr. Jennifer Brown was recently recognized by the University of Georgia for excellence in undergraduate teaching. Dr. Brown received the Russell Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching on April 18th, 2022. The Russell Awards were created to honor outstanding educators early in their careers. Dr. Brown is one of three recipients chosen. She …

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FSU CCI Researchers Featured at Kentucky Conference on Health Communication

CCI faculty and students recently shared their work at the Kentucky Conference on Health Communication (KCHC). KCHC, hosted from April 7th-9th in Lexington, KY, featured several research studies from CCI representatives. From the School of Information, Dr. Mia Lustria and second-year PhD student Obianuju Aliche presented two studies: “I Got Training on the Brain: Designing Motivational …

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Dr. Chris Constantino Represents CCI at TEDxFSU

CCI Faculty member Dr. Chris Constantino recently spoke at the TEDxFSU event held on April 6th, 2022. Dr. Constantino is an expert in the field of communication science and disorders. He is one of two faculty members chosen. The majority of his expertise revolves around stuttering; more specifically, how stuttering feels to the speaker. Through …

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CCI Faculty Member Sana Tibi Presents on Assessment of Arabic Literacy to Support Early Grade Arabic Reading

CCI Faculty member Dr. Sana Tibi was recently invited to speak at the 4th webinar hosted by the World Bank and Queen Rania Foundation. The talk was part of a series of webinars geared towards advancing Arabic language teaching and learning to reduce learning poverty in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The title …

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SCSD Researchers Share Their Work at 9th National Symposium on Spanish as a Heritage Language

Several SCSD researchers, students, and faculty members recently had the opportunity to showcase their work at the 9th National Symposium on Spanish as a Heritage Language (NSSHL). The symposium was hosted by Florida State, and featured many important contributions from the School of Communication Science and Disorders (SCSD). SCSD hosted a full panel at the …

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