iSchool’s Dr. Ho awarded NSF I-CORPS grant

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Dr. Shuyuan Mary Ho was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for her project, “I-Corps: Market Impact Identification of Dyadic Attribution Model for Disposition Assessment Using Online Games.” The $50,000 grant started December 14th, 2014 and will run until May 2015. Dr. Ho researches human-computer interactions and focuses heavily on cyber insider threats and[…] »

SCSD’s MacPherson awarded $10,000 for Parkinson Disease Research

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The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is a national association for Communication Science and Disorders, boasting 173,000+ members and affiliates across the country. The Association’s high standards and outstanding contributions make it’s recognition a high honor. Megan MacPherson, an Assistant Professor in the School of Communication Science and Disorders, is no stranger to ASHA recognition. Earlier this[…] »

Kaitlin Lansford, SCSD, awarded grant for Crowdsourcing

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Florida State University’s School of Communication Science & Disorders Assistant Professor Kaitlin Lansford, is being recognized by the ASHFoundation, an extension of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Lansford will receive the 2014 New Century Scholars Research Grant for her proposal entitled “Use of Crowdsourcing to Assess the Ecological Validity of Perceptual Learning Paradigms in Dysarthria.” The $10,000 grant[…] »

FITC Recognized by Florida Board of Governors

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It was standing room only this morning at Challenger Learning Center. Top government officials, educators, and community leaders gathered to celebrate the roll-out of the TEAm grant. “We’re connecting the dots so that we can provide our students with jobs,” said Marshall Criser III, State University System Chancellor, who opened the ceremony talking about the[…] »

SCSD's Woods and COE's Hanline awarded $1.2 million grant to train early educators of special-needs kids

For the increasing number of “high-risk” families in Florida facing the complex challenges of infants and toddlers with disabilities and developmental delays, additional help is on the way. Two Florida State University professors have received a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to train more educators in specialized early intervention and support.[…] »

ICPalms project mentioned in Miami, Tampa newspapers

The Florida Associated Press moved a story about the $2.5 million grant for the ICPalms project, which will help math and science teachers by creating a computer portal linking them to a nationwide network. Among the newspapers picking up the story were The Miami Herald/Miami.com and The Tampa Tribune/tbo.com. Read the Herald coverage at http://www.miamiherald.com/2010/09/18/1830648/fsu-gets-grant-for-math-science.html. Read the Tribune[…] »

$2.5 million grant helps team transform teaching of math, science

A doctor records his patients’ symptoms on a tiny laptop computer, receiving instant, expert feedback for his diagnosis.  A police officer gets a suspect’s rap sheet in minutes, thanks to the cruiser-installed computer connecting her to critical public safety data. Even the cashier at the fast-food joint uses a high-tech system to process your order[…] »