Students Attend Culture Marketing Council Annual Summit

Five students from FSU’s Center for Hispanic Marketing Communication (HMC) attended the Cultural Marketing Council (CMC) Annual Summit this June. Jennifer Gordillo, Jessica Juachon, Meng Tian, Ailin Xia, and Wenzhe Yan traveled to the annual event that took place in Dallas, Texas, for three days of immersion in the multicultural marketing industry. Culture-driven marketing was […] »

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Emily Lee Named One of Tallahassee’s Top 20 Under 40

Meet Emily Lee (’18 B.S. Media/Communication Studies and B.S. Information Technology), one of the youngest recipients of the Golden A.C.E. Award as one of Tallahassee’s top 20 under 40. Lee graduated just last year and is already making strides in her career. She currently works as a Strategic Partnerships and Innovation Programs Coordinator at the […] »

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Alumna Produces Florida Animation Festival

When Kristin Bass-Petersen (’10 M.A. Media and Communication Studies) isn’t working at The Pod Advertising as Vice President of Digital Media Services, she’s busy collaborating with the Tallahassee Film Society (TFS) to run the Florida Animation Festival (FAF). “My role is overseeing the structure of the festival, setting up and running the submissions process, and […] »

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Denishia Sword: Comm Alumna and Bureau Chief at Florida Department of Financial Services

Denishia Sword graduated with her bachelor’s in Communication in 2007 then went on to receive her master’s in Integrated Marketing Management and Communication in 2008. She is now the Chief of Education, Advocacy and Research at the Florida Department of Financial Services. Since receiving her degrees, Sword has immersed herself in public service and community […] »

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Comm Doctoral Student Presents Research at ECA Annual Convention

  Earlier this month, Communication doctoral candidate Chris Garcia traveled to Providence, Rhode Island, where he presented research at the Eastern Communication Association’s Annual Convention. His paper, “Exploring Global Warming Doubt: The Influence of ‘Official Sources’ on U.S. Climate Change News,” examined over 100 front-page New York Times articles concerning climate change published between 2009 […] »

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CCI Students to be Inducted in Largest Garnet & Gold Scholar Society Class

On the evening of April 25, 2019, the largest class of 313 students will be inducted into FSU’s Garnet and Gold Scholar Society. Over ten percent of these future inductees are students from the College of Communication and Information. The Garnet & Gold Scholar Society is a prestigious designation undergraduate students can earn upon graduating. These students […] »

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Best & Brightest Awarded at CCI Honors Recognition Ceremony

FSU’s College of Communication and Information (CCI) honored over 75 exceptional students, faculty, community partners, student organizations, and alumni at the College’s annual Honors Recognition Ceremony and Reception on Friday, April 5, 2019. Family and friends of CCI community members traveled from near and far to gather in Miller Hall for a presentation of awards. […] »

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