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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Advertising Student Wins Diversity Achievement Award

Joseph Ng, an Advertising student in the School of Communication, is the recipient of this year’s American Advertising Federation (AAF) 4th District Diversity Achievement Award. “Although advertising is considered more progressive than other industries, there’s still a lot of work to do, and I’m honored to be the first recipient of the Diversity Achievement Scholarship, […] »

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Comm Students Shine at AP Broadcasters Awards

On April 13, four FSU students, three of which belong to the School of Communication, were recognized by the Associated Press Broadcasters Association for their outstanding reporting and broadcasting skills. Reporter Sophia Hernandez and editor Celine Manning received the “Best Light Feature | Long Format” award and editor Andrew Salinero, along with Sports Management major […] »

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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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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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Florida Climate Change Collaboration to Showcase Student Work

Students in the FSU School of Communication’s Digital Media Production (DMP) program are participating in an initiative headed by Dr. Andy Opel that brings together over one hundred students from across Florida State University. The project, Florida Climate Change Collaboration, is presenting a showcase of undergraduate students’ work this Saturday, April 27, at 621 Gallery […] »

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