SCOM Students Gain Real-World Experience at the Orange Bowl

Two School of Communication (SCOM) students got the opportunity to attend the Capital One Orange Bowl on behalf of WVFS Tallahassee, the Florida State University radio station. Amanda Golson reported live game updates on Twitter for @V89Sports, the sports department at WVFS, as well as captured social media content, while Will McBroom participated in the …

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CCI Alumna Nikki Méndez Helps Create the First-Ever Edible Mascot for the Pop-Tarts Bowl

The Edible Mascot

The Pop-Tarts Bowl will feature the first-ever edible mascot, created by the Kellanova team at Weber Shandwick, including College of Communication and Information (CCI) alumna, Nikki Méndez. As an Art Director, Méndez works with a team to develop brand activations, present them to internal account personnel, and later take them to clients. Méndez summarized her …

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SGA Gains New CCI Representatives

Two College of Communication and Information (CCI) students were recently elected to be representatives for the College on the Student Government Association (SGA). The new CCI representatives are Kayla Tran, a Media Communication Studies student (MCS), and Brooke Kubiak, a Communication Science and Disorders (CSD) student.  Their new positions include weekly senate chamber meetings in …

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CCI Students Teach Leadership Skills at Annual TSA Leadership Conference

The annual Technology Student Association (TSA) Leadership Conference was held from October 25 to 28 where eight College of Communication and Information (CCI) students traveled to Orlando to demonstrate their skills in presenting, mentoring, and leading. TSA encourages students to improve leadership skills, enhance personal development, and build confidence through technological education and problem-solving skills. …

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