SCSD Associate Professor Awarded Research Grant from Korea Health Industry Development Institute


Dr. Yunjung Kim, Associate Professor from the School of Communication Science and Disorders, was recently awarded a research grant from Korea Health Industry Development Institute. This project, in collaboration with Human-AI-Information (HAII) in South Korea, aims to develop a smartphone-based, AI-assisted, and patient-driven speech rehabilitation software for people with dysarthria secondary to stroke and to examine its treatment efficacy.


CCI Students Teach Leadership Skills to Middle and High School Students


From October 19th to 22nd, seven STARS students traveled to Orlando to lead, present and participate in the Annual Fall Technology Student Association (TSA) Leadership Training Conference.  The mission of TSA is to prepare its members for the challenges of a dynamic world by promoting technological literacy, leadership and problem-solving. While at the conference, STARS students presented on Effective Communication Techniques, Leadership 101, Time Management Techniques, and Marketing Your TSA Group.


Meet Juliana Gonzalez and the San Diego Seminoles Club

When Juliana Gonzalez (B.S. ICT, ‘13) first moved out to California a little over 5 years ago, she did not know anyone in the San Diego area. One of the first things she thought of doing to make connections was to look up FSU alumni groups in the area, and to her surprise there happened to be one in Pacific Beach. Juliana quickly forged great friendships with other alumni, and became highly involved in the San Diego Seminole Club, sitting as a Board Member for three years, the Vice President for last year, and now as the President!


CCI Alumnus Starts New Job at Spotify

Juan Camilo Sanchez (B.S. ICT ‘13) recently started a new position as the International Music Strategy Lead for Latin America at Spotify. In his new position, Juan and his new team are the bridge between Music and Markets within Spotify.


CCI Helps Host FBI Cybersecurity Symposium

On July 27th, the FBI Jacksonville Division, Florida Technology Council (FTC), and College of Communication and Information teamed up to host the 2022 Cybersecurity Symposium at the FSU Turnbull Conference Center. With over 175 attendees from local businesses, government agencies, and education in attendance, the symposium attracted many in our community interested in how they can protect themselves and how they can prepare for future threats.