Center for Hispanic Marketing Communication Works to Support Colombian Farmers

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CHMC Teams Up with Farmer-to-Farmer Colombia and Fundación SalvaTerra to Support Colombia’s Smallholder Farmers.  Contact: Lauren Lootens, PR Coordinator (850) 644-9698 Lnd14b@my.fsu.edu TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (October 20, 2020) – The Center for Hispanic Marketing Communication (HMC) has announced a partnership with Farmer-to-Farmer Colombia and Fundación SalvaTerra to help support smallholder farmers in Colombia that are transitioning out of …

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Summer Abroad Publication Releases First Remote Edition

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Each summer, FSU’s International Programs hosts study abroad sessions in several countries including England, Spain, and Italy. This year, however, COVID-19 created a different scenario. For many students, this may have meant scrolling through TikTok instead of visiting art galleries, learning a new language, and discovering another culture across the pond. A few communication students …

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Communication Alumna Inspires Future Generations of Changemakers

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Dr. Shruti Nair, who now works for Ashoka, one of the world’s largest networks of leading social entrepreneurs, graduated from the School of Communication in 2012. Her dissertation dealt with ICTs and the economic empowerment of women . Dr. Nair leads Ashoka’s Youth Years program in South Asia, particularly the efforts to search, select, and …

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FSU Researchers Work to Set Up Reading Initiative in India

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Before many of us began living life from the comfort of our own homes, Director of the School of Communication Science and Disorders, Professor Hugh Catts, was able to make a philanthropic trip to India. The goal was to assist the Indian Government to set up a reading research center to improve reading instruction in …

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Dr. Ho Publishes an Exploration into the Polarization of Political Opinion

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Dr. Shuyuan Ho recently published an article in Springer Professional titled “‘On the left side, there’s nothing right. On the right side, there’s nothing left:’ Polarization of Political Opinion by News Media.” The paper was later presented at Conference in Boras, Sweden. The paper explores a computational approach to understanding the polarization of public opinion …

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Meet Chelsi McDonald: SCOM Alumna and Boston Sports Reporter

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Just four years after graduating with a degree in Media/Communication Studies, Chelsi McDonald landed her dream role as a Sports Reporter in a top 10 market. McDonald covers the New England Patriots, Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, and Boston Bruins for WHDH 7News. “Over the last three years, I’ve had the opportunity to do live …

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