Communication Students Win Top Paper Awards at BEA


This year’s BEA Conference will be held in Las Vegas from April 18-21 and we know some students in the School of Communication that are very excited to go. No, not just because BEA is the premiere international academic media organization for educators, students, and professionals. These students are also excited because they received top …


Michelle Presley Presents on the West Coast

Michelle Presley, a student pursuing a master’s in Public Interest Media and Communication, presented at the 2020 Western States Communication Association convention in Denver, Colorado. Her presentation was based on a paper she wrote with her co-author, Susan Macak, titled “The Downstream Effects of Wyoming’s Data Trespass Laws.” “The paper is a legal analysis of …


Doc Students Investigate the Future of Streaming Sites

Vaibhav Diwanji and Abigail Reed, doctoral candidates in the School of Communication, have been published in the Computers in Human Behavior Journal, a publication that addresses human interactions with technologies, especially in the new media environments. Their article, “Don’t just watch, join in: Exploring information behavior and copresence on Twitch,” provides theoretical insights into understanding …


CCI Attends Colloquium about Mental Health on College Campuses

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Dr. Jessica Wendorf Muhamad, Tracy A. Ippolito, Angela Donahue, and Laura-Kate Huse from FSU School of Communication and Juan S. Muhamad from FSU School of Information had work accepted to a colloquium at Florida International University (FIU) that took place October 22 and 23, 2019. Hosted by FIU, University Toulouse 1 Capitole -UT1C- (France), and …


Doctoral Students Present Research, Win Awards

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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 5, 2019. Twenty posters from the FSU’s School of Communication, School of Information, and School of Communication Science and Disorders competed for awards. See below for a list …