CCI Alumna Ana Rosa Ramirez Toft-Nielsen Honored with AALL Minority Leadership Development Award

CCI Alumna Ana Rosa Ramirez Toft-Nielsen was recently honored with the American Association of Law Libraries Minority Leadership Development award for her continued commitment to diversity and inclusion. Toft-Nielsen is an experienced law professional, having worked in a variety of roles such as associate attorney, account executive, and research attorney. After providing legal research training …

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Industry Professionals Engage with Students in Spring Leadership Series

Industry Professionals Engage with Students in Spring Leadership Series

Students in the IT Leadership class this past semester had the privilege of hearing from leading IT professionals (all CCI Alumni) during the Spring Leadership Speaker Series.  Speakers from companies such as Amazon, Facebook, Deloitte, Lockheed Martin, and JP Morgan shared their experiences and expertise with students throughout the course of the Spring semester. For …

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FSU CCI Researchers Featured at Kentucky Conference on Health Communication

CCI faculty and students recently shared their work at the Kentucky Conference on Health Communication (KCHC). KCHC, hosted from April 7th-9th in Lexington, KY, featured several research studies from CCI representatives. From the School of Information, Dr. Mia Lustria and second-year PhD student Obianuju Aliche presented two studies: “I Got Training on the Brain: Designing Motivational …

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CCI Helps Host Launch Tally’s “Liftoff” Event

Launch Tally celebrated their recent launch with a “Liftoff” event on March 23 in the FSU Turnbull Conference Center. The College of Communication and Information is a founding member of this initiative that brings together Tallahassee’s technology companies, non-profits, government agencies, universities, and entrepreneurs to create awareness and resources around technology opportunities and talent in …

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Wayne Wiegand’s Part of Our Lives: A People’s History of the American Public Library Named One of the National Library of China Publishing House’s “Ten Best Books of 2021”

Wayne Wiegand is a writer and retired professor from Florida State University, with many publications and awards celebrating his work. One of his publications, Part of Our Lives: A People’s History of the American Public Library, was translated to Chinese in 2021, and was listed as one of the “Ten Best Books of 2021” by …

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