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 …

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iSchool Alumnus Yevgeny Senkevich Makes Fresh Food Accessible with ROBOjuice

CCI Alumnus Yevgeny Senkevich is making fresh, healthy food easily accessible with ROBOjuice.  ROBOjuice is developing a solution for juice bar operators. The device is a self-service beverage kiosk that automates juice, smoothies and other specialty drinks. The kiosk, powered by robotics and A.I., can create a personalized beverage order-to-sip in just 60 seconds, using …

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iSchool Alumna Joins Percepta as an Instructional Designer

iSchool alumna and current certificate student Jaime Sanborn has accepted a full-time role with Percepta as an Instructional Designer.  Sanborn completed her Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from the FSU iSchool in 2010. Recently, she returned to FSU to pursue the Graduate Certificate program in Instructional Design and Technology. She is expected to …

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iSchool Doctoral Student Wins Business Information Review Journal Best Article Award

iSchool PhD student Lateef Ayinde has won the Business Information Review Journal (BIR) Prize for Best Article. The BIR is devoted to the practice of business information provision. It offers content and resources tailored to information managers, librarians, knowledge managers, researchers, analysts, consultants, and publishers. The prize for Best Article is awarded based on a …

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CCI Alumna Appointed Assistant Director of the Invisible Histories Project

CCI Alumna Dawn Betts-Green has been appointed as the Assistant Director of the Invisible Histories Project. The Invisible Histories Project was created in February of 2018 in order to locate and preserve historical artifacts relating to the LGBTQ+ community in the Southern United States. They act as a liaison between the LGBTQ+ community and various …

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