Student News

  • Nine Students Selected for Prestigious MAIP Internship Program - February 20, 2019
    The American Association of Advertising Agencies (4As) selected nine students from FSU’s School of Communication and from FSU’s School of Information for a one-of-a-kind experience this summer through their Multicultural Advertising Internship Program (MAIP). The Program works with advertising agencies across the country to place selected diverse applicants in open internship positions. With a mission “to [...] »
  • Ten Grad Students Nominated for Outstanding TA Award - February 15, 2019
    Ten College of Communication and Information graduate students have been nominated for FSU Outstanding Teaching Assistant Awards. Olivia Genito, Aleksandar Iricanin, Steven Pope, and Victoria Villanti from the School of Communication, and Bader Albahlal, Jeanna Cripe, Kristie Escobar, Seyedeh Neelufar Payrovnaziri, Nathaniel Ramos, and Sierra Whitfield in the School of Information are up for the award to [...] »
  • Online MSIT Program Ranked #7 Among Public Universities - January 24, 2019
    Florida Sate University’s online MSIT program, offered by the School of Information (iSchool), is ranked No. 7 among public universities for the second consecutive year in a row, according to the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 Best Online Programs. The Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) explores areas of information [...] »
  • Tremaine Grant: iSchool Alumnus and Co-Founder of BULK Fitness App - January 17, 2019
    Tremaine Grant (’13, B.S. Information Technology) is the co-founder of BULK, a fitness app designed for gaining healthy weight and building muscle through customized workout and meal plans. The app boasts 31,000+ users across 140 countries and accesses a unique niche in the health community. “This is the total opposite of what the majority of [...] »
  • iSchool Student Appointed to Library Journal Advisory Board - December 4, 2018
    Master of Science and Information student Jillian Dunne has been named a member of the 2019 Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA) Student Advisory Board. As a member, Dunne will be able to offer her unique perspective in board meetings, learn how a magazine is published, conduct thorough research within the field of youth studies, discuss new [...] »
  • Dustin Mathews: iSchool Alumnus and Chief Wealth Evangelist at WealthFit - November 20, 2018
    Dustin Mathews graduated from Florida State University in 2004 with his Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology and is currently residing in San Diego as the Chief Wealth Evangelist for WealthFit. While the title of ‘Chief Evangelist’ has been floating around places like Silicon Valley for a few years, Mathews explains his role at WealthFit. “I [...] »
  • Student Leaders Continue After School Technology Program at R. Frank Nims Middle School - November 19, 2018
    This Fall, students from the Florida State University College of Communication and Information continued their weekly after school program at R. Frank Nims Middle School in Tallahassee.  The project started last Spring as an outreach event for STARS Alliance.  Students from the School of Information IT Leadership class and members of Community Outreach Group (COG), [...] »
  • Kiersten Denny: iSchool Alumna and Attorney - October 4, 2018
    It’s not often that you come across a lawyer who has their bachelor’s degree in Information, Communication, and Technology (ICT). Florida State University School of Information alumna Kiersten Denny is currently working as an attorney at a company in Tallahassee called F & I Sentinal, LLC, which provides regulatory and industry compliance consulting for finance and [...] »
  • Alumna Elected President of Association of Independent School Librarians - October 1, 2018
    written by Diona Crawford Christina Pommer received her Master of Information degree for Youth Services from Florida State University in 2005.  Before enrolling in FSU’s MLIS program, she worked toward undergraduate degrees in Writing and Political Science from Johns Hopkins University where she enjoyed the project-based learning offered to her disposal. Now, she works as [...] »
  • Darren Raj – iSchool Alumnus and Founder of Agribugs - September 10, 2018
    Darren Raj earned his Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with a minor in Computer Science in 2009. The inspiration from a class he took while attending Florida State University mixed with his passion for remote control cars sparked an idea. This idea turned into a company he later founded: AgriBugs. AgriBugs is a drone [...] »