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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STEM Camp Enters Second Year

With summer already here and school days almost over, a regular ritual plays over in many homes: What are the kids going to do this summer?  With multiple offerings available in the community and at FSU (https://camps.fsu.edu/), one option is the FSU iCamp, a technology-based camp serving rising 9th through 12th graders from Leon and […] »

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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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iSchool Cyber ProfessioNOLES Receives Project Funding

On April 15, 2019, the School of Information was awarded a grant totaling $37,861.00 by the Student Technology Fee Advisory Committee. As a result of this grant, students enrolled in Information Technology (IT) programs at the Bachelor and Master level at the School of Information will have sufficient computing/processing power for remote and secure access […] »

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Florida Climate Change Collaboration to Showcase Student Work

Students in the FSU School of Communication’s Digital Media Production (DMP) program are participating in an initiative headed by Dr. Andy Opel that brings together over one hundred students from across Florida State University. The project, Florida Climate Change Collaboration, is presenting a showcase of undergraduate students’ work this Saturday, April 27, at 621 Gallery […] »

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