Assistant Professor Presents Arabic Letter Knowledge Research at EXAL Conference

Florida State University School of Communication Science and Disorders Assistant Professor Sana Tibi presented work during the Experimental Arab Linguistics (EXAL) international conference in early April. Her presentation featured research on the features that contribute to Arabic letter knowledge. This presentation is a result of work in progress that follows from an earlier publication on …

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SCSD Professor Acquires Grant to Develop Dyslexia Screening System

School of Communication Science and Disorders (SCSD) Professor Hugh Catts and College of Social Work Associate Professor Yaacov Petscher received a subcontract grant award from the University of California San Francisco to further develop and test a dyslexia screener. The grant will allow Drs. Catts and Petscher to test a digital dyslexia screening and assessment …

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81 Students & Faculty Celebrated at Virtual CCI Honors & Awards Program

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Each spring, the FSU College of Communication and Information (CCI) hosts the Honors and Awards Program and Reception to celebrate the academic excellence, leadership, and dedication to service of our students and faculty. For the first time ever, this event was held virtually, via Zoom, where awardees and their friends and families were able to …

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CCI Students, Faculty, Staff Recognized with University Awards

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Students, faculty, and staff from Florida State University College of Communication and Information were recognized at various Spring 2021 events for outstanding accomplishments throughout the semester and school year. FSU’s Leadership Awards Night honors students, faculty, and staff each Spring with an awards ceremony. Hosted by the Division of Student Affairs, this year’s event took …

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Assistant Professor Sparks Conversation Abo­ut Stuttering on ASHA Podcast

Florida State University School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (SCSD) Assistant Professor Christopher Constantino was a featured guest on the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s (ASHA) podcast titled ASHA Voices. The podcast begins with a conversation with Constantino to introduce a panel of experts who expand upon the episode’s topic of stigmas around stuttering. Podcast producer J.D. …

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