Faculty News

  • Find the iSchool at iConference! - March 20, 2017
    Faculty, alumni and PhD candidates from the Florida State University’s School of Information (FSU iSchool) will attend and present at the iConference 2017, in Wuhan, China March 22-25. The conference theme is: Effect-Expand-Evolve: Global collaboration across the Information Community. The conference will bring together information scholars, researchers and professionals from around the world to share[...] »
  • CCI Faculty Recognized at FSU Authors Day - February 23, 2017
    Each year, the Office of Faculty Recognition holds an Authors Day to recognize faculty members who have published books in the past year. From the College of Communication and Information, Marcia Mardis and Melissa Gross are honored for their books. Melissa Gross Five Steps of Outcome-Based Planning & Evaluation for Public Libraries Co-authored with Cindy Mediavilla[...] »
  • Three iSchool Professors Promoted - February 8, 2017
        The School of Information at Florida State University has announced three faculty promotions this year. Dr. Mia Liza Lustria was promoted to full professor. Lustria researches in the areas of consumer health informatics, health literacy, information seeking and information literacy. She was recently named associate editor of the JASIST Advances in Information Science[...] »
  • iSchool Women Recognized at ALISE 2017 - January 25, 2017
    Women from the School of Information at Florida State University brought home accolades from the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) conference this weekend. Many iSchool faculty, students and alumni attended the conference in Atlanta, Ga. ALISE focuses on Library Information Studies educators and researchers. Florida’s iSchool is ranked as the #13 Best[...] »
  • Kazmer Named Editor of Library Hi Tech Journal - January 10, 2017
    Dr. Michelle Kazmer, Professor in the School of Information at Florida State University, has been named editor-in-chief of Library Hi Tech, effective August 2016. Kazmer will succeed Dr. Elke Greifeneder and Dr. Michael Seadle of Humboldt University in Germany. Kazmer, an information scientist with extensive experience in the library science and information field, says that[...] »
  • Mardis Keynotes MAME Conference - December 19, 2016
    Marcia Mardis, Associate Professor in the School of Information and CCI Assistant Dean has long been a player in school librarianship and digital learning. In her research she explores digital learning resource collection, description, and use. Her unique research not only yielded two recent books, numerous grants and the popular Web2MARC cataloging software, but also[...] »
  • FSU Professor Designs Systems to Detect Online Dishonesty - October 24, 2016
    We’ve all received an email that makes us pause and wonder, “…is this real or spam?” iSchool assistant professor Shuyuan Ho has started to crack the code behind online deception. Inspired by Alan Turing, the mathematician whose Enigma machine broke German ciphers in the World War II, Dr. Ho set out to create an algorithm[...] »
  • Find the iSchool at ASIS&T 2016 - October 17, 2016
    Faculty, students and alumni of the Florida State University School of Information: Florida’s iSchool, are attending and presenting at the 2016 ASIS&T (Association for Information Science & Technology) Annual Meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark October 14-18. Here’s where you can find them at the conference: Panel Sessions – Sunday, October 16 Everest 3. Lorri Mon, Florida[...] »
  • iSchool’s Zhe He Attends NIH Future Research Leaders Conference - October 5, 2016
    Dr. Zhe He, assistant professor in the School of Information, recently attended National Institute of Health’s Future Research Leaders Conference. The NIH Future Research Leaders Conference (FRLC), sponsored by the Chief Officer for Scientific Workforce Diversity (COSWD) NIH, is an event held in conjunction with the NIH Research Festival to promote knowledge and awareness about[...] »
  • Museum Informaticist Dr. Marty Keynotes in South Korea - October 4, 2016
    iSchool Professor Paul Marty recently delivered a keynote lecture at a symposium on museum informatics hosted by the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA) in Seoul. Librarians, archivists, and museum professionals attended this symposium from cultural heritage institutions across South Korea. In his talk, Museum Informatics: Technological Innovation and the Future of Digital Culture, Marty spoke on[...] »