iSchool Alumna Promoted at Battelle Memorial Institute

iSchool alumna Abigail Goehring (’15, M.S. Information) has recently been promoted to Librarian 2 at Battelle Memorial Institute in Columbus, Ohio. As one of the world’s largest non-profit independent research and development institutions, Battelle is committed to driving innovation and discovery. “Our work crosses all aspects of scientific research, from national security to agribusiness to national […] »

Patric Holly: iSchool Alumnus and Electronic Health Record Coordinator

Patric Holly (’11, B.S. Information Technology) is the Electronic Health Record (EHR) Coordinator at Aledade, Inc. in Bethesda, Maryland. For those unfamiliar, an EHR is a digital version of a patient’s paper chart and are real-time, patient-centered records that make information available instantly and securely to authorized users. As the EHR Coordinator, Holly is responsible […] »

iSchool Alumnus Recipient of Prestigious GreyNet Award

Florida State University Ph.D. recipient Plato Smith (’14, Ph.D. Information) has been chosen as the recipient of the 2019 GreyNet Award. This award from GreyNet International seeks to acknowledge outstanding achievements in the field of grey literature, a field in library and information science that deals with production, distribution, and access to multiple document types […] »

SCSD Faculty & Alumni Collaborate to Publish Early Childhood Research

The School of Communication Science & Disorders‘ Communication and Early Childhood Research and Practice Center (CEC-RAP) faculty and staff along with Kids Incorporated are celebrating the publication of two research endeavors in Early Childhood Research Quarterly this month. Assistant Director for CEC-RAP, Mollie Romano, and Kelly Windsor published “Increasing deictic gesture use to promote the language development […] »

SCSD Professor Publishes Research on Youth Speech Sound Disorders

Kelly Farquharson, Associate Professor for the School of Communication Science & Disorders and director of the Children’s Literacy and Speech Sound (CLaSS) lab at Florida State University, has published two new research papers. The first paper, titled “What if it isn’t ‘just artic’: The Case for the Single Sound Error” has been accepted for publication at Perspectives […] »

Doctoral Student’s Research Wins Award at #BEAVegas

School of Communication doctoral student Svitlana Jaroszynski recently had her research paper Defending the Right to Know: Foreign Agent Registration Act and Its Place in the System of Broadcast Media Regulation accepted for the 2019 Broadcast Education Association (BEA) convention. The BEA is a prestigious international academic media organization and their annual convention produces over […] »

Comm Alumna Named Executive Assistant for Worldwide Women’s Ministry

Lindsay Durrenberger (’08, B.A. Communications) has been promoted to Executive Assistant for Blessed is She, a worldwide online Catholic women’s ministry. Because it is online, Lindsay works from home full-time allowing her the flexibility and freedom to spend more time with her two sons and husband. Her day-to-day will vary but generally includes social media management, […] »