SCSD Bilingual Certificate Program Partners with School in Costa Rica

Communication Science and Disorders students have partnered with Costa Ballena school in Costa Rica to provide web-based instruction to Spanish-English speaking children.   Eleven FSU students enrolled in the Bilingual Services Certificate program in SCSD have been participating in online instruction with the children. They meet with the children twice a week throughout the course of the semester. In their …

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CCI Researchers Study the Rhetoric of Civil Rights Advocate Bob Moses

CCI Faculty member Dr. Davis Houck, Fannie Lou Hamer Professor of Communication, Erika LeFlouria, studying Media/Communication Studies and working as Deputy Sports Editor of the FSView, and Dean Delp, a recent alumnus with degrees in Media/Communication Studies and Film, have come together to study the rhetoric employed by civil rights advocate Bob Moses. Their work …

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FSU iSchool Alumna Recognized as Hazel Harvey Peace Endowed Professor of Children’s Library Services

FSU iSchool Alumna Dr. Daniella Smith has been awarded the Hazel Harvey Peace Endowed Professorship by the University of North Texas. After earning her Ph.D. from Florida State University, Dr. Smith joined the University of North Texas in 2010. She currently serves as the Director of the Information Science Ph.D. program. Her research interests include …

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STARS Catalyst Project Receives Grant from the National Science Foundation

The STARS Catalyst project, led by researchers from Temple, UNC Charlotte, NC State, Kent State, Morgan State, and FSU, was recently funded by the National Science Foundation to continue work started in 2005. The project, titled, “STARS: Catalyzing Action-Oriented Communities for Broadening Participation in Computing,” will be led by CCI Faculty members Ebrahim Randeree and …

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