Lee and Bravo Publish on Advocacy Advertising

Over the past several years, millennials have started to become more politically active than ever. With this rise in activism, many brands have turned to methods of advocacy advertising. To explore this idea further, Dr. Jaejin Lee and graduate student Olivia Bravo recently published a paper titled “The mediating effects of message agreement on millennials’ […] »

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iSchool Up North: Professors Present at LOEX Annual Conference

The Library Orientation Exchange (LOEX) hosted its annual conference on May 9-11 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Two iSchool professors, Dr. Melissa Gross and Dr. Don Latham, presented “A Framework for the Frames: Using the Peritextual Literacy Framework to Teach the ACRL Frames” at this year’s event. The presentation focused on teaching an audience that was brand new to […] »

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CCI Faculty Awarded Summer Grants

Each year, Florida State’s Council on Research and Creativity (CRC) offers summer funding to research projects through the First Year Assistant Professor Program (FYAP). This is a grant program designed to provide first-year assistant professors with “summer salary support to facilitate their research and/or creative activities,” says the website. The grant is available to all […] »

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Dr. Yolanda Rankin to Present in Glasgow

Dr. Yolanda A. Rankin, an Assistant Professor for the School of Information, will be presenting her paper “Exploring the Plurality of Black Women’s Gameplay Experiences” at the 2019 ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, the premier international conference of Human-Computer Interaction, May 4th – 9th in Glasgow, UK. Few gender-focused studies of video […] »

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Barton-Hulsey and Romano Presented at National Conference

At the beginning of April, two Assistant Professors in the School of Communication Science and Disorders presented their research at the 52nd Annual Gatlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in San Antonio, Texas. This is known as “one of the premier conferences in the United States for behavioral scientists conducting research […] »

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Second Annual CCI Qualitative Research Poster Symposium

On April 22, the College of Communication and Information hosted the second annual Qualitative Research Poster Symposium. The goal of the event was to highlight fascinating research and work done by graduate students within the college. The event was headed by Symposium Chair, Laura-Kate Huse; Faculty Advisor, Jessica Wendorf Muhamad; and Planning Committee, Nivia Escobar […] »

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iSchool Cyber ProfessioNOLES Receives Project Funding

On April 15, 2019, the School of Information was awarded a grant totaling $37,861.00 by the Student Technology Fee Advisory Committee. As a result of this grant, students enrolled in Information Technology (IT) programs at the Bachelor and Master level at the School of Information will have sufficient computing/processing power for remote and secure access […] »

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