iSchool Alumna Returns from Peace Corps Assignment in Namibia

School of Information alumna Lauren Del Brocco has recently returned from a Peace Corps volunteer assignment in Namibia located in Southern Africa. Her work with Namibian youth included primary education in STEM fields, discussing sexual health topics, HIV/AIDS prevention, and empowerment of boys and girls to be agents of change in their community to end […] »

iSchool Professor Publishes and Presents Research on Cyber Forensics

With a bright start to 2019, Dr. Shuyuan Mary Ho has already published several research and innovation articles that highlight solutions in computer-mediated deception and cyber forensics. Dr. Ho’s innovative research paper titled ‘Leader Member Exchange: An Interactive Framework to Uncover a Deceptive Insider as Revealed by Human Sensors’ conceptualizes human sensor’s attribution in detecting cyber […] »

IT Alumna Becomes Newest Member of Fine Arts Gallery

Being a Florida native, Keri Keene has a passion for the beauty and diversity of the state and it’s clearly reflected in her art. Keri’s work has allowed her the opportunity to be a guest artist at the Vero Beach Main Street Gallery as well as a special feature in the Indian River Citrus Museum. Most […] »

Veterans Communication Internship Honors Dr. Jay Rayburn

The Jay Rayburn Communications Internship is awarded through the Student Veterans Center and aims to foster student’s connection with the communication field and working directly with veterans at Florida State. This internship is named after Associate Professor Dr. Jay Rayburn from the School of Communication within the College of Communication & Information.   “In addition […] »

Comm Alumnus Directs New York Times Film on Criminal Justice Reform

School of Communication alumnus (’98) Ritesh Gupta has collaborated with Roc Nation and Meek Mill to direct a New York Times op-ed film “Meek Mill: Prisoners Deserve a New Set of Rights”. Gupta wanted to emphasize the importance of adversely impacted individuals, such as minorities and the impoverished, by highlighting the need for criminal justice reform and […] »

iSchool Student Appointed to Library Journal Advisory Board

Master of Science and Information student Jillian Dunne has been named a member of the 2019 Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA) Student Advisory Board. As a member, Dunne will be able to offer her unique perspective in board meetings, learn how a magazine is published, conduct thorough research within the field of youth studies, discuss new […] »

Comm Doctoral Students Publish Research on Feminism in Disney Films

School of Communication doctoral students Abigail Reed and Kailash Koushik recently had their research paper Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Beauty and the Beast, and Disney’s Commodification of Feminism: A Political Economic Analysis accepted for publication in the Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI) on November 18, 2018. According to the paper’s abstract, the research “seeks to […] »