Passing of Dr Jay Rayburn

It is with great shock and sadness that the College received the news of the passing of one of its esteemed colleagues and friend, Professor Jay Rayburn. Dr Rayburn had an impact on many students and alumni over the years. He joined the College in 1985 and retired in 2020. Details of his service will …

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Advanced Feature Courses Prepare Students for Careers in Broadcast Journalism and Digital Media Production

Advanced Feature Courses Prepare Students for Careers in Broadcast Journalism and Digital Media Production

      RTV4682 Advanced Feature Production and RTV4686 Advanced Feature Reporting are two courses in the Digital Media Production (DMP) program within the FSU School of Communication. These courses are designed to give students professional experience opportunities as part of their undergraduate curriculum. Students in the Advanced Feature Production course act as the production …

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SCSD Researchers Explore Impact of the Pandemic on Parents and SLPs

This article was written by CCI Media Intern Leah Abounader. FSU School of Communication Science and Disorders (SCSD) Assistant Professor Dr. Michelle Therrien leads a team of researchers in the School who are investigating parent and speech-language pathologist (SLP) experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. The project is part of the FSU’s Council on Research and …

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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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SCSD Assistant Professor Promotes Diverse Children’s Books

SCSD Assistant professor promotes diverse children's books

The article below was written by Ellis Liebeskind-Blaufarb of Tallahassee Democrat and edited by CD Davidson- Hiers. It was published on the front page of the Tallahassee Democrat on Saturday, June 19, 2021.  Changing the way we approach children’s books, Florida State University professor Lakeisha Johnson and her 5 year-old daughter Maya developed their own …

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