Ten Grad Students Nominated for Outstanding TA Award

Ten College of Communication and Information graduate students have been nominated for FSU Outstanding Teaching Assistant Awards. Olivia Genito, Aleksandar Iricanin, Steven Pope, and Victoria Villanti from the School of Communication, and Bader Albahlal, Jeanna Cripe, Kristie Escobar, Seyedeh Neelufar Payrovnaziri, Nathaniel Ramos, and Sierra Whitfield in the School of Information are up for the award to […] »

FSU Forensics Team Starts New Year Continuing Success

The Forensics Team at Florida State University started 2019 continuing the success they had during the 2018 Fall semester. This past weekend, the team attended and won two tournaments hosted by Southeastern University. The first tournament was in the British Parliamentary style. Mai Rubin and Josh Schulster competed as a team, and Kaitlyn Applegate and […] »

Veterans Communication Internship Honors Dr. Jay Rayburn

The Jay Rayburn Communications Internship is awarded through the Student Veterans Center and aims to foster student’s connection with the communication field and working directly with veterans at Florida State. This internship is named after Associate Professor Dr. Jay Rayburn from the School of Communication within the College of Communication & Information.   “In addition […] »

Doctoral Students Present Research, Win Awards

Over 46 College of Communication and Information doctoral students and faculty members gathered at FSU’s Alumni Center Ballroom for the annual Doctoral Student Research Presentation and Reception on November 28, 2018. Twenty posters from the FSU’s School of Communication, School of Information, and School of Communication Science and Disorders competed for travel awards. Winners include: […] »

Comm Doctoral Students Publish Research on Feminism in Disney Films

School of Communication doctoral students Abigail Reed and Kailash Koushik recently had their research paper Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Beauty and the Beast, and Disney’s Commodification of Feminism: A Political Economic Analysis accepted for publication in the Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI) on November 18, 2018. According to the paper’s abstract, the research “seeks to […] »

Faculty, Students Highly Recognized at National Communication Association Convention

On November 8 – 11, 2018 students and faculty from Florida State University’s School of Communication attended the 104th annual National Communication Association (NCA) convention in Salt Lake City, Utah. The National Communication Association advances Communication as the discipline that studies all forms, modes, media, and consequences of communication through aesthetic, humanistic, and social scientific inquiry. NCA […] »

Students Selected as “Most Promising Multicultural Students” by American Advertising Federation

       On October 24, the American Advertising Federation (AAF) hosted eight leading advertising industry professionals in Washington, DC, to select the 2019 class of Most Promising Multicultural Students. Among the fifty undergraduate seniors chosen for this honor, Samantha Nuñez and Ruth Carrion of Florida State University’s School of Communication were named. Ruth Carrion is an […] »