SCSD Alumna Dr. Keisey Fumero Publishes Dissertation

Dr. Keisey Fumero, an alumna of the School of Communication Science and Disorders (SCSD), published her dissertation, titled “Supportive Language Strategies for Preschool Dual Language Learners: Associations with Early Language Outcomes” in the Early Childhood Research Quarterly journal on December 23, 2023, with Drs. Carla Wood and Beth Phillips as co-authors. “My dissertation focused on …

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SCOM Alumna Kate Hamill Named President’s Award Winner

School of Communication alumna Kate Hamill (B.S. ‘18) recently received the 2023 Insight Global President’s Award for its health division, the highest divisional award given out annually by Insight Global. Hamill was chosen because she helped execute one of the largest staffing projects of the year at Insight Global, a company that has over 70 …

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CCI Associate Dean Ebe Randeree Presents at FCPN

College of Communication and Information Associate Dean Ebe Randeree presented at the Florida Career Pathways Network (FCPN) annual symposium held in Jensen Beach, Florida from January 10-12, 2024. FCPN is a network of high school counselors, career and technology education (CTE) specialists, and community college career counselors. The goal of the FCPN symposium is to …

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iSchool Professor Dr. Zhe He Elected as Chair-Elect of AMIA’s Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining Working Group

School of Information (iSchool) Professor and eHealth Lab director Dr. Zhe He was elected as Chair-Elect of the American Medical Informatics Association’s (AMIA) Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDDM) Working Group on December 15, 2023. He has been an AMIA member since 2009, served as the Secretary of the KDDM Working Group from 2020 to …

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CCI Alumnus Brian Dooley Recognized in Seminole 100

Seminole 100

The College of Communication and Information (CCI) is proud to have some of our distinguished alumni featured in the 2024 Seminole 100. Keep reading to learn more about CCI alumnus Brian Dooley, founder of Independence Digital, and one of the recipients of the Seminole 100 award. Dooley graduated in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science …

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CCI Alumna Nikki Méndez Helps Create the First-Ever Edible Mascot for the Pop-Tarts Bowl

The Edible Mascot

The Pop-Tarts Bowl will feature the first-ever edible mascot, created by the Kellanova team at Weber Shandwick, including College of Communication and Information (CCI) alumna, Nikki Méndez. As an Art Director, Méndez works with a team to develop brand activations, present them to internal account personnel, and later take them to clients. Méndez summarized her …

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SGA Gains New CCI Representatives

Two College of Communication and Information (CCI) students were recently elected to be representatives for the College on the Student Government Association (SGA). The new CCI representatives are Kayla Tran, a Media Communication Studies student (MCS), and Brooke Kubiak, a Communication Science and Disorders (CSD) student.  Their new positions include weekly senate chamber meetings in …

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