FSU iCamp Goes Virtual for Third Year

FSU iCamp Goes Virtual For Third Year

Attending summer camp is something students look forward to throughout the entire school year, but just as the pandemic has impacted lives across the globe, it has impacted summer camps in the United States. Usually held on campus for five weeks, Florida State University’s iCamp is no exception. With a commitment to delivering a fun …

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Marcia Mardis Recognized by Provost

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Recently, iSchool professor Dr. Marcia A. Mardis, was recognized by Provost Sally McRorie for receiving a Fulbright Core Award from the Council of International Exchange of Scholars (CIES). FSU makes it a priority to reward faculty who receive the highest levels of recognition in academia. Following Top American Research Universities (TARU), a system set up …

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CCI Faculty Lead Online Teaching Workshops

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The switch to online learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic sparked a new chapter for Florida State University. Online education is a new practice for many people and there is a learning curve that accompanies it.  With expertise in the fields of information, communication, and technology, FSU College of Communication and Information faculty have decades of …

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33 CCI Students Graduate with Honors

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Florida State University awarded 383 honors medallions to Spring 2020 graduates in a virtual ceremony on April 30, 2020 — 33 of these medallions were given to graduates of the FSU College of Communication and Information. The FSU Honors Program recognizes students who are particularly motivated to create change through intellectual curiosity. The breakdown of the …

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Dr. Ho Publishes an Exploration into the Polarization of Political Opinion

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Dr. Shuyuan Ho recently published an article in Springer Professional titled “‘On the left side, there’s nothing right. On the right side, there’s nothing left:’ Polarization of Political Opinion by News Media.” The paper was later presented at Conference in Boras, Sweden. The paper explores a computational approach to understanding the polarization of public opinion …

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