iSchool Recognized at 2019 FLA Annual Conference

Every year, the annual FLA (Florida Library Association) conference brings together library professionals from across the state for three days full of learning and fellowship. This year’s event was no different. From May 15 to 17, FSU School of Information (iSchool) students, alumni, and faculty traveled to the conference in Orlando to connect with old […] »

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Celebrating 70 Years of FSU Debate

written by Mafé Brooks, Director of Development On April 12-14, we celebrated the 70th Year Anniversary of FSU’s modern debate program. The reunion weekend activities included a kick-off reception hosted by FSU President John Thrasher on Friday, followed by a celebration dinner on Saturday and capped off with a reunion breakfast on Sunday, hosted by […] »

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Meet iSchool Alumnus Brandon Tirado

Scoring a job in your dream field after graduation sounds too good to be true, right? For recent iSchool graduate Brandon Tirado, this is a reality. Tirado will start as a Cyber Security Analyst for ReliaQuest this July in Tampa, Florida. He will be responsible for providing analysis and investigation of security-related data, will participate […] »

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iSchool Alumnus Brings Magic to Central Florida

“Don’t be afraid to dabble,” says FSU iSchool alumnus Brandon Kneeld (B.S. ’09 IT and Meteorology). And dabble he did. Kneeld started out as a Meteorology major before eventually discovering IT was a way to use his passions in a career setting. He now works as a Senior Platform Engineer at Disney Parks, Experiences, and […] »

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Denishia Sword: Comm Alumna and Bureau Chief at Florida Department of Financial Services

Denishia Sword graduated with her bachelor’s in Communication in 2007 then went on to receive her master’s in Integrated Marketing Management and Communication in 2008. She is now the Chief of Education, Advocacy and Research at the Florida Department of Financial Services. Since receiving her degrees, Sword has immersed herself in public service and community […] »

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