iSchool Faculty and Student Work Accepted by AMIA 2023 Informatics Summit

iSchool Faculty and Student Work Accepted by AMIA 2023 Informatics Summit

Dr. Zhe He, an Associate Professor in the iSchool, recently had his Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining Work Group (KDDM WG) pre-symposium workshop accepted by the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) for the 2023 Informatics Summit, as well as a student paper, and a podium presentation by several students from iSchool and other departments.

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SCSD Assistant Professor Dr. Zilong Xie Publishes Research Paper in Neurobiology of Language

SCSD Assistant Professor Dr. Zilong Xie Publishes Research paper in Neurobiology of Language

Recently, School of Communication Science and Disorders Assistant Professor Dr. Zilong Xie’s research paper, “Cortical tracking of continuous speech under bimodal divided attention”, was accepted for publication in Neurobiology of Language. Dr. Xie, an expert in hearing science, received his Bachelor’s of Science at Southwest University, his Master’s of Science at Peking University, and his …

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CCI Professor and Associate Dean for Research Marcia Mardis Gives Closing Keynote Speech at MAME Conference

Marcia Mardis Gives Closing Keynote Speech at MAME 49 Conference

Recently, FSU College of Communication and Information professor and Associate Dean for Research Marcia Mardis gave the closing keynote speech at the Michigan Association for Media in Education’s (MAME) annual conference in Ann Arbor. The conference–MAME 49– offered school library professionals the opportunity to connect with and learn from others working in the school library …

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CCI’s Black Men in Tech Program Reaches the End of its Pilot Year – The Best is Yet to Come!

Recently, the College of Communication and Information’s Black Men in Tech (BMIT) program reached the end of its pilot year. The program, led by PI and Faculty Researcher Dr. Faye Jones, Co-PI and Associate Dean of Finance & Administration Ebe Randeree, and lead instructor and award-winning faculty member Dr. Christy Chatmon, served to connect young Black men …

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