Doctoral Candidate Jennifer Wood and Associate Professor Marcia Mardis Present Research Paper

FSU’s School of Information had a strong presence at October’s American Association of School Librarians (AASL)’s National Conference, “Experience Education Evolution.” Information Studies doctoral candidate Jennifer Wood presented a research paper with iSchool Associate Professor Dr. Marcia A. Mardis. Dr. Mardis also conducted a research workshop, convened several focus groups on school library standards and chaired the AASL Standards […] »

MLIS Alumna Jennifer Wood Awarded Takeshi Murofushi Research Award

Jennifer Wood, graduate of the School of Information MLIS program and current doctoral student, was awarded the Takeshi Murofushi Research Award. The $500 award will help Wood fund her research project, School Librarians’ Access, Selection, Storage and Use of Digital Resources: An International Perspective.  In pursuit of her doctorate in Information Studies, Wood would ultimately like […] »

iSchool team receives I-Corps Entrepreneur Training Program grant from National Science Foundation

A faculty member and doctoral student from Florida State University’s School of Information are part of a three-person group that received an I-Corps Teams grant of $50,000 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to participate in NSF’s flagship I-Corps Entrepreneur Training Program. The primary goal of the NSF I-Corps is to foster entrepreneurship that will […] »