Individual Events Team Swipes Competition at Valdosta State

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Earlier this month, FSU’s Forensics (Speech and Debate) Program traveled to Valdosta State University for a tournament. The Individual Events team swiped the competition in several categories. The list of winners includes: 1st Speech and Debate Sweepstakes 1st Individual Events Sweepstakes 1st Place Varsity Debate – Caramen McDaniel/Josh Schulster 3rd – Debate Sweepstakes 2nd Prose …

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CCI Spring Career and Internship Fair Recap

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The Spring Career and Internship Fair at the College of Communication and Information occurred on Tuesday, February 4 and featured over 30 employers from local communication and technology sectors. Different from the University’s career fair (Seminole Futures), CCI’s focus is on featuring local employers that offer internships and full-time employment in the School of Communication …

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Doc Students Investigate the Future of Streaming Sites

Vaibhav Diwanji and Abigail Reed, doctoral candidates in the School of Communication, have been published in the Computers in Human Behavior Journal, a publication that addresses human interactions with technologies, especially in the new media environments. Their article, “Don’t just watch, join in: Exploring information behavior and copresence on Twitch,” provides theoretical insights into understanding …

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Kevin Spencer Brings Magic to SCSD

At the end of October, the FSU School of Communication Science and Disorders (SCSD) had a special visitor. Kevin Spencer, a performing artist and educator, hosted a workshop for graduate students, faculty, and clinical staff of the L.L. Schendel Speech and Hearing Clinic during his week-long visit to FSU. An advocate for using the power …

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