CCI Students Travel to Tampa to Network with Major Companies

In late February, students from the College traveled to Tampa, Florida, to meet with three major companies: Reliaquest, Citibank, and Raymond James. They also attended Synapse Summit to connect with Florida innovators. During these networking trips, students meet recruiters and experience each company’s culture. Students also connect with College of Communication and Information (CCI) alumni …

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CCI Students Judge Middle and High School Students at TSA State Competition

Earlier this semester, 11 College of Communication and Information students traveled to Orlando to serve as judges for the Florida Technology Student Association’s State Competition. The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national organization that promotes technological literacy, leadership, and problem-solving for over 250,000 middle and high school students. At the State Competiti on, students …

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CCI Hosts 11th Annual Women in Leadership Conference

The College of Communication and Information (CCI) hosted its 11th Annual Women in Leadership (WIL) Conference on March 5, 2024. The conference brings in local female leaders to host an audience of students, faculty, alumni, and the local community with a goal to inspire, learn and engage. The conference included 47 female leaders who spoke …

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Undergraduate SCOM Student Presents Research at International Conference

Written by Elizabeth Schutte Alyssa Croft, an undergraduate student in the School of Communication, recently presented research that she has been undertaking with Dr. Patrick Merle, Associate Professor and School Director, and Dr. Nicole Lee, Associate Professor at Arizona State University, at the International Public Relations Research Conference (IPRRC). Croft said that, despite her initial …

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SCSD Students Present at FURC

Two School of Communication Science & Disorders (SCSD) students, Faith Collins and Ellie Helgeson, presented their research at the 2024 Florida Undergraduate Research Conference (FURC) in February. FURC is one of the largest multidisciplinary research conferences in the country. Collins presented “Measuring morphological complexity in teachers’ instructional dialogues,” a project she collaborated on with SCSD …

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SCOM Alumna and Entrepreneur Establishes Study Abroad Scholarship

A new scholarship is available to School of Communication students participating in Florida State’s Communication and Media in Florence study abroad program. School of Communication alumna and entrepreneur, Victoria Carlton, has established a scholarship through her business, Carlton Creative Company, to help cover the costs associated with studying abroad for students who participate in the program.

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