How to Mitigate Zoom Fatigue

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This article was written by Mackenzie Greene, a graduate student studying integrated marketing communication and School of Communication Director’s Ambassador.  Tired of Zoom? You’re not Alone  Since the start of the pandemic, Nielsen estimates we have increased our screen time by 60%. E-mails, social media, and of course the inevitable Zoom. Particularly for students, faculty and staff.  …

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School of Communication Hosts Honors in the Major Info Session

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This article was written by Jenny Ralph, a senior media communication studies student and School of Communication Director’s Ambassador. On Wednesday, Sept. 30, FSU’s School of Communication will be hosting their very own Honors in the Major Informational Meeting at 4 p.m. (EST). This virtual Q&A event will feature the School of Communication’s Honors Liaison, …

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“A Movement, Not a Moment”: Experiencing the 57 Year Anniversary of the March on Washington

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This article was written by Ni’A Landon, a junior public relations student and School of Communication Director’s Ambassador. It has been almost three weeks since I gathered with thousands at the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC, in protest of systemic racism, and its impact remains so powerful today. Friday, August 28, marked the …

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Communication Alumna Recognized by Florida Society of Association Executives

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During this year’s Florida Society of Association Executives virtual conference, Shelly Joines, (’07, B.S. Communication Studies) was awarded the Executive Rising Star Award. This award is designed to honor an FSAE Executive Member who has contributed significant time and talent to FSAE’s success. Recipients stand out for their leadership, dedication, and professionalism both within FSAE …

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“With humor and humility, we’ll get there together,” – A look back at the first weeks of class

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This article was written by Peyton Kelgard, first year M.A. Integrated Marketing Communication student and School of Communication Director’s Ambassador. A new semester begun on August 24. And this time, it really constitutes a total novelty. Instead of walking through Landis Green, sitting next to fellow Noles in lecture halls, or visiting professors during office …

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