Speech Team Excels at First Event of Semester

FSU’s speech team, Individual Events, dominated the competition at their first event of the year. Hosted at UCF, the competition had several categories including After Dinner Speaking, Impromptu Speaking, Informative Speech, and more. Below is the list of CCI students’ accomplishments: 2nd  Place – Overall Sweepstakes 1st  place – After Dinner Speaking – Sahara Lyon […] »

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FSU NSSLHA Awarded 2019 Gold Chapter Honors

The College of Communication and Information has over 15 clubs under its name, including the Florida State Chapter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA). Recently, NSSLHA awarded the FSU chapter with the 2019 Gold Chapter Honors. These honors are awarded to chapters that demonstrate an outstanding effort to support National NSSLHA’s mission […] »

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Celebrating 70 Years of FSU Debate

written by Mafé Brooks, Director of Development On April 12-14, we celebrated the 70th Year Anniversary of FSU’s modern debate program. The reunion weekend activities included a kick-off reception hosted by FSU President John Thrasher on Friday, followed by a celebration dinner on Saturday and capped off with a reunion breakfast on Sunday, hosted by […] »

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Student Receives NSSLHA Scholarship

Karina Hernandez, a junior Speech Language Pathology student in FSU’s School of Communication Science and Disorders, has been selected as one of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) undergraduate scholarship recipients. “As the Junior Representative for the NSSLHA Florida State Chapter, receiving the undergrad scholarship from NSSLHA means the world to me,” Karina […] »

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FSU Forensics Team Starts New Year Continuing Success

The Forensics Team at Florida State University started 2019 continuing the success they had during the 2018 Fall semester. This past weekend, the team attended and won two tournaments hosted by Southeastern University. The first tournament was in the British Parliamentary style. Mai Rubin and Josh Schulster competed as a team, and Kaitlyn Applegate and […] »

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Student Leaders Continue After School Technology Program at R. Frank Nims Middle School

This Fall, students from the Florida State University College of Communication and Information continued their weekly after school program at R. Frank Nims Middle School in Tallahassee.  The project started last Spring as an outreach event for STARS Alliance.  Students from the School of Information IT Leadership class and members of Community Outreach Group (COG), […] »

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CCI partners with WITI to launch Tallahassee chapter

FSU’s College of Communication and Information is teaming up with Randstad Technologies and Women in Technology International (WITI) to bring a panel discussion with industry leaders to the Turnbull Conference Center on June 20th. From 5:30pm to 8:15pm, students, alumni, and community members interested in pursuing tech careers will have the chance to network and […] »

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