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 …


CCI Graduate Student Abigail Sage Recognized with 2022 Graduate Student Excellence in Visual Arts Award

CCI graduate student Abigail Sage was recently recognized for her creative ability with the 2022 Graduate Student Excellence in Visual Arts Award.  The award is given to applicants who show great proficiency and artistic ability in visual arts. Additionally, applicants are judged on the message that their artwork conveys. Recipients of the award will be …


iSchool Alumna Becomes Library Director of Leon County Libraries

iSchool Alumna Pamela Monroe recently became the Library Director for Leon County Libraries.  Monroe obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Education from Florida A&M University in 1996, before joining FSU as a Master’s student. Monroe holds two Master’s degrees from the FSU iSchool, in Library and Information Science and Instructional Systems and Learning Technologies, respectively. She …


iSchool Alumni to Present at PLAN Conference

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Five alumni of FSU School of Information (iSchool) will present at the upcoming Panhandle Libraries Access Network’s (PLAN) Panhandle Academic Libraries conference on July 16, 2021. The event takes place virtually via Zoom. In its third year, the Panhandle Academic Libraries conference is a free event for all library staff. This year’s theme is “Function …


iSchool Distance Learning Fosters In-Person Connections

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As FSU School of Information (iSchool) prepares to celebrate 25 years of online learning during the 2021-2022 academic year, we are once again reminded of how the flexibility of learning from anywhere helps connect individuals with similar passions. In late June, a group of students in the completely online Master of Information (MSI) program met …