CCI Hosts 11th Annual Women in Leadership Conference

The College of Communication and Information (CCI) hosted its 11th Annual Women in Leadership (WIL) Conference on March 5, 2024. The conference brings in local female leaders to host an audience of students, faculty, alumni, and the local community with a goal to inspire, learn and engage. The conference included 47 female leaders who spoke …

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Incoming SCSD Doctoral Student Angelica Bernabe Awarded with Legacy Fellowship

Incoming SCSD Doctoral Student Angelica Bernabe Awarded with Legacy Fellowship

Incoming doctoral student in the School of Communication Science and Disorders (SCSD), Angelica Bernabe, has been awarded the Legacy Fellowship from Florida State University (FSU), with the support of her mentor, Dr. Christopher Constantino. The Legacy Fellowship is a multi-year award for newly admitted doctoral or MFA students. It is guaranteed for five consecutive academic …

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SCSD Assistant Professor Dr. Elizabeth Madden Awarded with Grant from NIH

SCSD Assistant Professor Dr. Elizabeth Madden Awarded with Grant from NIH

School of Communication Science and Disorders (SCSD) Assistant Professor Dr. Elizabeth Madden received an R01 subaward through the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) at the National Institute of Health (NIH). The research team has been funded to explore their project, “Improving Reading Competence in Aphasia with Combined Aerobic Exercise and Phonomotor …

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Fannie Lou Hamer’s America Chosen for American Film Showcase

Fannie Lou Hamer's America Chosen for American Film Showcase

The American Film Showcase (AFS) has chosen the documentary Fannie Lou Hamer’s America as an official selection for its 2024 film showcase. The AFS brings award-winning contemporary American documentaries to audiences around the world, providing a view of American society and culture as seen by independent filmmakers. Many FSU students had direct involvement in the …

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iSchool Alumna Diana Haneski is Honored with the “I Love My Librarian” Award

School of Information (iSchool) alumna Diana Haneski (MLIS ’98) has been honored with the “I Love My Librarian” award for going above and beyond as a librarian at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The American Library Association (ALA) honors 10 librarians each year who make a difference within their library community. “I’ve always loved this …

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CCI Alumna Khelsea Rantanen Lands New Position

CCI Alumna Khelsea Rantanen Lands New Position

School of Information (iSchool) alumna Khelsea Rantanen (MLIS ’15) has landed a new position as Head of Reference and Information Services at the Bay County Public Library in Panama City, Florida. Stepping into this new role, Rantanen is responsible for providing direction and support to collection development librarians who are responsible for adult collections spanning …

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iSchool Alumna Ricci Yuhico Recognized in the New York Times

School of Information (iSchool) alumna Ricci Yuhico (MLIS ’12) recently made the New York Times list of “Six New Yorkers Who Made the City a Better, Cooler, Fairer Place in 2023.” She was recognized as the “Librarian for Teenagers.” Six activists who have contributed to the city were recognized in the story. It aims to …

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