Communication Alumna Enriches Relations Between United States and Pakistan

Mariam Shaikh (‘16, Ph.D. Communication) currently serves as the head of digital and social media for the Press Information Department (PID) in Islamabad, Pakistan. “I joined civil bureaucracy in 2002,” she says. “When I entered the service, my interest in the field of media and communication significantly increased and I realized that effective communication can …

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Individual Events Team Swipes Competition at Valdosta State

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Earlier this month, FSU’s Forensics (Speech and Debate) Program traveled to Valdosta State University for a tournament. The Individual Events team swiped the competition in several categories. The list of winners includes: 1st Speech and Debate Sweepstakes 1st Individual Events Sweepstakes 1st Place Varsity Debate – Caramen McDaniel/Josh Schulster 3rd – Debate Sweepstakes 2nd Prose …

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Assistant Professor Screened at International Film Festival Rotterdam

Assistant Professor Malia Bruker screened her film, V/IRL, at International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) this past January in Rotterdam, Netherlands. This film was also awarded Best Short Documentary by Chicago Underground Film Festival and chosen as an official selection for Berlin Feminist Film Week, Tallahassee Film Festival, and more. International Film Festival Rotterdam is currently …

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SCSD Faculty Receives Subcontract from Florida Department of Health

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Dr. Mollie Romano from CCI’s School of Communication Science and Disorders and the Communication and Early Childhood Research and Practice Center (CEC-RAP) is partnering with Drs. Patricia Snyder, Brian Reichow and Crystal Bishop at the University of Florida’s Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies on a three-year-long endeavor to support early interventionists …

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Comm Alumna Shares How Motherhood Enhances Professional Skills

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Communication School Alumna, Erin Vogt, started the new year right with an article in the Public Relations Society of America’s national publication, Strategies and Tactics. Her article “How Motherhood Made Me a Better PR Pro” focused on how the “Motherhood Penalty” negatively impacts women across the entire workforce. Erin narrowed in on six motherhood skills …

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CCI Spring Career and Internship Fair Recap

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The Spring Career and Internship Fair at the College of Communication and Information occurred on Tuesday, February 4 and featured over 30 employers from local communication and technology sectors. Different from the University’s career fair (Seminole Futures), CCI’s focus is on featuring local employers that offer internships and full-time employment in the School of Communication …

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iSchool Alumna Creates Startup to Give Insight to Company Culture

Job-hunting. It’s a necessary evil, but it’s always so hard to make sure the company you are interested in will be a good fit. Questions like “What is the work environment like?” and “Will I fit in with the office culture?” always pop up but are almost impossible to answer until you’re already hired. Stephanie …

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