iSchool Ph.D. Candidate Awarded McKnight Doctoral and Dissertation Fellowship

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In August of this year, Ph.D. candidate in FSU’s School of Information, Christy Chatmon, was named a McKnight Doctoral and Dissertation Fellowship Recipient. Since the Florida Education Fund (FEF) McKnight Doctoral and Dissertation Fellowship was established in 1984, more than 1200 African American and Hispanic students pursuing doctoral degrees in crucial disciplines have received fellowships. …

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iSchool Attends ALISE Virtual Conference

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Members of FSU’s School of Information are attending the ALISE 2020 virtual conference from October 13 to 26, presenting their impactful research in the fields of information and library science. ALISE, the Association for Library and Information Science Education, presents its annual conference as an opportunity for attendees to network with professionals in fields such …

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iSensor Lab Releases “CV19 SelfDefense” Mobile App

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The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the lives of people across the country. To encourage healthy and safe practices to help stop the transmission of the coronavirus, FSU iSensor Lab, led by School of Information Associate Professor Shuyuan Mary Ho (pictured right), developed an app for Android devices called “CV19 SelfDefense.” “This Collaborative Collision is …

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Artificial Intelligence Researcher Receives ACM SIGMIS Grant

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Sang Hoo Oh, doctoral student and graduate lead instructor in FSU School of Information, conducts research on artificial intelligence (AI) and its impact on the information systems (IS) workforce. Earlier this month, the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group on Management Information Systems (SIGMIS) awarded Oh a grant to support his work with …

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NIH Awards Zhe He a Grant for Alzheimer’s Research

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Dr. Zhe He, Assistant Professor and Chair of the MSIT Program in the School of Information, was awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Notice of Special Interest on Alzheimer’s disease-focused administrative supplement. The $370,841 award augments Dr. He’s National Institute on Aging award, “Systematic Analysis of Clinical Study Generalizability Assessment Methods …

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