School of Communication Grad Student is Finalist for M4 Competition

Mike Mitchell is one of two graduate students from Florida State University School of Communication selected as a finalist in the inaugural Master’s in Four Competition (M4) taking place on April 4, 2019, in the FSU Student Life Building Auditorium. Hosted by The Graduate School at Florida State University, the M4 is a competition where […] »

iSchool Alumna is a Candidate for American Library Association Council

FSU CCI Leadership Board member and School of Information alumna Kathleen Moeller-Peiffer is a candidate for the American Library Association (ALA) Council. “It has long been a dream of mine to be a member of ALA Council,” says Kathleen. “The opportunity to influence the direction of ALA, as well as to weigh in on matters of social […] »

iSchool Alumnus Named Belmont Forum Human Dimensions Champion

Wade Bishop, Associate Professor for the School of Information Sciences at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, has been named the 2018-19 Human Dimensions Champion for Belmont Forum e-Infrastructures & Data Management. Bishop (’10, Ph.D. Library & Information Studies) has been able to present research at destinations such as Botswana for International Data Week, as well as Australia for the International […] »

School of Communication Grad Student is Finalist for M4 Competition

School of Communication graduate student Steven Pope is one of two CCI students selected as a finalist in the Master’s in Four Competition on April 4, 2019, in the FSU Student Life Building Auditorium hosted through The Graduate School at Florida State University. The Master’s in Four (M4) Contest is a competition in which contestants have […] »

SCSD Professor Publishes Research on Youth Speech Sound Disorders

Kelly Farquharson, Associate Professor for the School of Communication Science & Disorders and director of the Children’s Literacy and Speech Sound (CLaSS) lab at Florida State University, has published two new research papers. The first paper, titled “What if it isn’t ‘just artic’: The Case for the Single Sound Error” has been accepted for publication at Perspectives […] »

Comm Alumnus Named Associate Director of the FSU Testing Center

The Office of Distance Learning (ODL) announced that Dr. Joseph Clark (“Joe”) will be taking over leadership of the Florida State University Testing Center. Joe will be guiding the staff in pursuing new initiatives as part of improving ODL’s assessment and testing services. A key goal of ODL’s strategic plan is to ensure that the Testing […] »

iSchool Professor to Present Research on Racial Inclusion in Computing Education at Conference

Florida State University’s School of Information Professor Yolanda Rankin‘s paper submission has been accepted to the Special Interest Group in Computer Science Education (otherwise known as SIGCSE) 2019 Conference scheduled for Feb. 27th through March 2nd, 2019 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In addition, Professor Rankin will be participating in a panel discussion of Creating Spaces to Promote […] »