Sindy Chapa Publishes & Presents Work on Hispanic Marketing

Dr. Sindy Chapa, an assistant professor at the FSU School of Communication, recently presented her work at the Hispanic/Latino Media & Marketing (HLMM) conference. The work Chapa presented at HLMM is a chapter of the recently published book, Latinx Voices: Hispanics in the Media in the U.S. Her chapter provides a general overview of the Hispanic […] »

Yubo Kou Serving as Co-Chair for iConference Undergraduate Symposium

iSchool assistant professor Yubo Kou, Ph.D., is committed to advocating for undergraduate students in the field of information. Dr. Kou has been an assistant professor with Florida State’s iSchool since August 2018. His area of research focuses on human-computer interaction, social media/game research, social computing, and computer-supported cooperative work. This year he is serving alongside […] »

SCSD Faculty & Alumni Collaborate to Publish Early Childhood Research

The School of Communication Science & Disorders‘ Communication and Early Childhood Research and Practice Center (CEC-RAP) faculty and staff along with Kids Incorporated are celebrating the publication of two research endeavors in Early Childhood Research Quarterly this month. Assistant Director for CEC-RAP, Mollie Romano, and Kelly Windsor published “Increasing deictic gesture use to promote the language development […] »

SCSD Professor Publishes Research on Youth Speech Sound Disorders

Kelly Farquharson, Associate Professor for the School of Communication Science & Disorders and director of the Children’s Literacy and Speech Sound (CLaSS) lab at Florida State University, has published two new research papers. The first paper, titled “What if it isn’t ‘just artic’: The Case for the Single Sound Error” has been accepted for publication at Perspectives […] »

Christie Koontz Travels World to Teach Marketing to Librarians

When most people think of common requirements of librarians, a base knowledge of marketing isn’t usually on the list. However, Christie Koontz (’90 Ph.D. Information Studies) is passionate about improving libraries and their ability to serve their communities. Dr. Koontz has served the last twenty years of her career in the International Federation of Library […] »

CCI Students, Alumni & Faculty Shine at 5th Annual SAMCS Conference

SAMCS Committee Photo

The 5th South Asian Media and Cultural Studies conference was held on January 31- February 1, 2019 at the Center for Global and Multicultural Engagement (CGE) at Florida State University. This year’s theme, “Cultural Disruptions: Media and Social Change in South Asia”, focused on the reconfiguration of cultural, social, economic and political relationships in South Asia, […] »

iSchool Professors Travel to Cambodia for Information Science & Technology Conference

Kathy and Gary Burnett at a Conference

School of Information Professors Kathleen Burnett and Gary Burnett had the opportunity to travel to Cambodia to attend the Asia-Pacific Regional Conference. The Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) hosted the Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on January 3-4, 2019 at the University of Cambodia located in Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia. The 2019 Theme was  “Effective […] »