FSU Project to Provide Opioid Epidemic Assistance in Rural Communities Receives $1.3 Million Grant

School of Information Assistant Professor Margaret Sullivan is Co-Pi for the College of Social Work’s project “Rural Opioid Technical Assistance Regional Centers (ROTA-R)” which recently earned a $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The project will work to provide technical assistance and training on opioid harm reduction and prevention …


Project Led by Dr. Marcia Mardis on Rural Disaster Resiliency Hubs Presents at CIVIC Project Showcase in Washington DC

On September 22, Dr. Marcia A. Mardis and Ms. Jana Whitehead, a Calhoun County resident who has been working with FSU researchers, traveled to Washington DC to present the National Science Foundation (NSF) research project “Rural Resiliency Hubs: An Integrated, Community-Centered Approach to Addressing the Resiliency Divide through Rural Public Libraries.” The project, focused on …


Behind The Scenes of The “Oral History of Museum Computing”

Behind the Scenes of the "Oral History of Museum Computing" with Paul Marty and Katherine Jones

Paul Marty has spent the past two years working with Katherine Jones to chronicle the history of information technology in museums by collecting oral histories from a wide range of museum computing pioneers. This collection of oral histories features over forty hours of recorded oral histories from more than fifty museum technology professionals working around the world from the 1960s to the present day.