Thirteen CCI Students Inducted Into The Garnet and Gold Scholar Society

The Garnet and Gold Scholar Society (GGSS) inducted thirteen students from the College of Communication and Information this spring.  The Garnet and Gold Scholar Society honors students who excel both academically and professionally. GGSS membership offers substantial support for students’ future endeavors.  Allison Matula, a student in Communication Science and Disorders, said, “Being a Garnet …


iSchool Alumna Linnea Eberhart Accepts New Position

School of Information (iSchool) alumna Linnea Eberhart (MSI ’24) has recently accepted a new position starting this summer as one of the 2024 Librarians-in-Residence (LIRs) with the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. “The LIR program is an opportunity to both utilize the skills and education I have developed to date while also allowing me …


Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Program Rises in Rankings

Speech-Language Pathology ranked #14 by U.S. News and World Report

The speech-language pathology graduate program in the School of Communication Science and Disorders ranked No. 14 among all public and private institutions and No. 10 among publics according to U.S. News & World Report. “The school’s position as the top-ranked speech-language pathology program in Florida, and its rank of No. 14 nationwide, are well deserved,” …