CCI Professor and Graduate Student Publish Paper on Synthetic Data in AI

College of Communication and Information Professor Dr. Johnathan Adams alongside graduate student Ava Dodd had their paper titled “The Role of Synthetic Data in Aerial Object Detection” accepted to the International Conference on Marine, Aviation, Transport, Logistics and Trade to be held in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The paper is a culmination of the past two years …

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SCSD Graduate Student Awarded iThink Financial Community Foundation Scholarship

School of Communication Science and Disorders (SCSD) graduate student Shirin Khambalia was one of three college students awarded the 2021-2022 iThink Financial Community Foundation Scholarship for her leadership, commitment to her community, and career goals. The iThink Financial Scholarship program awards high school, college, and trade school students $2,500 to help support themselves financially throughout …

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SCSD Doctoral Student Awarded McKnight Doctoral Fellowship

Shaylyn King, FSU School of Communication and Science Disorders (SCSD) doctoral student, is a recipient of the Florida Education Fund (FEF) McKnight Doctoral Fellowship for the 2021-2022 academic year. This program was created in 1984 to address the underrepresentation of minorities in crucial disciplines at colleges and universities in Florida. Since its creation, the FAF …

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Communication Student Selected for Doctoral Honors Seminar

School of Communication doctoral candidate Christopher Garcia was 1 of 30 students selected to discuss his research virtually at the National Communication Association (NCA) Doctoral Honors Seminar from July 14-16. Garcia discussed his dissertation work which investigated how Red Bull sponsors the creation of scientific discourse that supports the credibility of the company’s athletic sponsorships. …

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SCSD Doctoral Candidate and Associate Professor Publish Paper on Alleviating Burnout in SLPs

School of Communication Science and Disorders (SCSD) doctoral candidate Leesa Marante and Associate Professor Dr. Kelly Farquharson had their research published by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) in the June 8, 2021 issue of Perspectives. Their publication titled, “Tackling Burnout in the School Setting: Practical Tips for School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists,” provides strategies for Speech-Language Pathologists …

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