School of Communication Science and Disorders Hosts Speech-Language Pathology Bootcamp

On September 24th, first year graduate students from the School of Communication Science and Disorders took part in a workshop focusing on specialized skills training in Speech-Language Pathology. Over the past 7 years, this program has prioritized creating comfortable environments for students to practice hearing screenings and oral examinations in preparation for their fieldwork. Students …

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FSU Student Ni’A Landon selected for Excellence in Business Commentary Scholarship

The Executive Leadership Council (ELC) has awarded Ni’A Landon, an inspiring senior at Florida State, with a scholarship recognizing her excellence in Business Commentary. Sponsored by the Coca-Cola Foundation, this award will provide Landon with resources to further her interests in strategic marketing and corporate communications, focusing on community, culture, and storytelling. The ELC is …

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Fannie Lou Hamer’s Sunflower County Filmmaker’s Workshop Features CCI Faculty and Alumni

Sunflower County Filmmaker’s Academy (SCFA) is an organization that hosts a 5-week long filmmaker’s workshop for high school students interested in film with the help of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. The second-ever workshop was held from June 21 to July 3rd, 2021. Over 20 students worked on intense documentaries and learn technical camera skills, all …

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Maternal Healthcare Application for Haitian Women Receives Best Paper Award

iSchool Assistant Professor Dr. Yolanda Rankin and her team received the Best Paper Award in the Analytics track for the 2021 IEEE International Conference on Healthcare Informatics (ICHI 2021). The paper titled, “Implementing community-based participatory design and mixed methods to capture and analyze mental models of no/low literate users” is a joint research effort with …

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CCI Professor and Graduate Student Publish Paper on Synthetic Data in AI

College of Communication and Information Professor Dr. Johnathan Adams alongside graduate student Ava Dodd had their paper titled “The Role of Synthetic Data in Aerial Object Detection” accepted to the International Conference on Marine, Aviation, Transport, Logistics and Trade to be held in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The paper is a culmination of the past two years …

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Christy Chatmon Selected for National Science Foundation for Graduate Education Virtual Research Bootcamp

Christy Chatmon, Instructor and Ph.D. candidate at Florida State University, was recently selected for the National Science Foundation Florida Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate virtual research bootcamp running from July 11th to the 16th. “The National Science Foundation’s Florida Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (FL-AGEP) research bootcamp, hosted by Florida A&M …

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