Marcia Mardis Recognized by Provost

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Recently, iSchool professor Dr. Marcia A. Mardis, was recognized by Provost Sally McRorie for receiving a Fulbright Core Award from the Council of International Exchange of Scholars (CIES). FSU makes it a priority to reward faculty who receive the highest levels of recognition in academia. Following Top American Research Universities (TARU), a system set up …

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CCI Celebrates 5 Years of Collaboration with Local Communication Firm

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Dr. Patrick Merle (Public Relations) and Nanette Schimpf, APR, CPRC, (’89, B.S. Communication) are celebrating the five-year anniversary of their partnership, the Incubation Lab. This joint effort between CCI and The Moore Agency allows students to work with real clients while practicing their research, problem-solving, and presentation skills. Teaming up just like they would in …

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Kaitlin Lansford Published in JSLHR

Kaitlin Lansford Published in JSLHR

Kaitlin Lansford (pictured left), Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director in FSU School of Communication Science and Disorders (SCSD), recently published research in the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research (JSLHR).   The paper is titled, “When Additional Training Isn’t Enough: Further Evidence That Unpredictable Speech Inhibits Adaptation,” and aims to address gaps in clinical …

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Digitization Specialist Part of NSF Study on Bat Species Linked to COVID-19

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Deborah Paul, FSU College of Communication and Information digitization specialist, is on a team of researchers who received a $200,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to compile data on bat species linked to the COVID-19 crisis. “Via this grant, it’s exciting to be able to contribute to the information SARS-CoV-2 virus researchers need about …

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FSU Researchers Work to Set Up Reading Initiative in India

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Before many of us began living life from the comfort of our own homes, Director of the School of Communication Science and Disorders, Professor Hugh Catts, was able to make a philanthropic trip to India. The goal was to assist the Indian Government to set up a reading research center to improve reading instruction in …

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Dr. Ho Publishes an Exploration into the Polarization of Political Opinion

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Dr. Shuyuan Ho recently published an article in Springer Professional titled “‘On the left side, there’s nothing right. On the right side, there’s nothing left:’ Polarization of Political Opinion by News Media.” The paper was later presented at Conference in Boras, Sweden. The paper explores a computational approach to understanding the polarization of public opinion …

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