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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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 …

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FSU STARS Celebrates Fifteen-Year Partnership with Florida TSA

Recently, students from the CCI STARS Alliance volunteered at the Technology Student Association (TSA) annual state conference. This trip marks the 15th year that FSU students have been traveling to Florida TSA events and mentoring future STEM leaders.   “These kids are quite brilliant and did excellent work. It was inspiring to hear the number of …

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CCI Faculty Publish Study on Telepractice in Schools During a Pandemic

In December of 2021, faculty members from Florida State University’s College of Communication and Information published a paper titled, “Providing Telepractice in Schools During a Pandemic: The Experiences and Perspectives of Speech-Language Pathologists.” Authors Shannon Hall-Mills, Lakeisha Johnson, Melissa Gross, Don Latham, and Nancy Everhart created this study to share the perspectives of speech-language pathologists …

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iSchool Doctoral Student Lateef Ayinde Presents Paper at the Special Library Association

Lateef Ayinde is a doctoral student at Florida State’s School of Information, researching social informatics, information management, information policy and audit, knowledge management and audit, and digital government. On January 31st, 2022 he was invited to present his paper titled “Rethinking of the Roles and Skills of Information Professionals in the 4th Industrial Revolution”. The …

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iSchool Alumna Janet Naughton Uncovers Under-Documented Florida History

Janet Naughton, academic librarian and historian, graduated from Florida State in 2015 with a master’s in library and information studies. She became an academic librarian at Palm Beach State College, where she earned her initial degree. Naughton has always had an interest in information literacy and history, teaching and assisting students in finding and evaluating …

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