FSU Professor Collaborates on New Online Resource Detailing the Heroic Activism of Fannie Lou Hamer

For the past 10 years, Professor Davis W. Houck from CCI’s School of Communication has worked with Maegan Parker Brooks, an assistant professor at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon to create the “Find Your Voice” collective. “We’re finally at the launch of the Fannie Lou Hamer project, and we couldn’t be happier,” says Houck. “Find […] »

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Summer of Success for Dr. Constantino

Dr. Christopher Constantino, an assistant professor in the School of Communication Science and Disorders, has been awarded an Advancing Academic-Research Careers (AARC) grant from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). This award is designed to support academic-research careers of junior-level faculty in the field of communication science and disorders. Dr. Constantino was awarded one of ten […] »

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New Publication Sheds Light on the Functionality and Value of A.A.

Tracy Ippolito, a graduate student in the School of Communication’s Media Communication Studies program, was recently published in Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly. Her paper is titled Safe in the Rooms of A.A.: How Anonymity Helps Reduce the Stigma of Help-seeking and Reinforces Solidarity and Group Cohesiveness. This study is part of a larger project Ippolito is […] »

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Meet the Boss Behind Bosses In Power

For the past 20 years, TaRhonda Harvey (’02 B.S. Information Studies) has been using her knowledge of the tech industry to help clients grow and improve their businesses. Harvey is the owner of Kolmio Global Inc. and the creator of the new mobile app, Bosses In Power. As a brand consultant, her goal is to […] »

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Meet ICT Alumna Tatyana Smith

Tallahassee native Tatyana Smith (’17 B.S. Information, Communication, and Technology) is no stranger to adventure and hard work. “I never knew what I wanted to do growing up–I just knew I didn’t want to be sitting beside a desk staring at a computer screen,” she says. After graduation, Smith moved to Reno, Nevada where she […] »

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Listen Camp Connects Children Experiencing Hearing Loss

Founded by faculty member and speech-language pathologist Linda Sasser, FSU’s L.L. Schendel Speech and Hearing Clinic hosted its first-ever Listen Camp in late July. Partnering with the FSU School of Communication Science and Disorders graduate program in Speech-Language Pathology, the camp provided fun activities for eight campers suffering with hearing loss. Aged from kindergarten to […] »

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Christy Chatmon Receives ISACA Academic Leadership Award

Christy Chatmon, an instructor and doctoral student in FSU’s School of Information, is the recipient of the Academic Leadership Award from ISACA Tallahassee’s SheLeadsTech. “For demonstrating exceptional academic leadership within the community,” ISACA Tallahassee presented the award to Chatmon at their July meeting. “Receiving this recognition is a great encouragement and motivation,” Chatmon says. “Programs […] »

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