FSU College of Communication and Information

Social work faculty member awarded grant to study effect of media on Hurricane Maria trauma

A Florida State University researcher has received a fellowship grant from the Fahs-Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation to support her study on the impact of media on trauma recovery. Professor of Social Work Amy Ai, named a 2019 Fahs-Beck Fellow, will use the $20,000 grant for her project, “Traumatization and Resilience among Puerto Rican […]

No lie! FSU researcher developing world’s first online polygraph

Can you spot a liar? It’s tricky enough in face-to-face conversations that offer facial expressions, gestures and tone of voice because those physical cues add context. Spotting a liar gets even tougher in blind computer conversations. Florida State University researcher Shuyuan Ho wants to shed those blinders by creating a revolutionary online polygraph. “The future […]

Two FSU alumni team up on film shown at Sundance Film Festival

Two Florida State University graduates are attending the renowned Sundance Film Festival, the largest showcase of independent films in the country, to participate in the premiere of a film they both worked on. Film editor Joy Elaine Davenport and videographer Pablo Correa, both graduates of FSU’s School of Communication, collaborated on the film “I Snuck […]

FSU doctoral graduate overcomes odds with perseverance, power of higher education

When Pablo Correa walked across the stage to accept his third degree from Florida State University during commencement Friday night, he completed a long, improbable college journey that started more than 20 years ago in a crime- and drug-ridden neighborhood in South Florida. His latest academic achievement, earning a doctorate in communication, exemplified perseverance, redemption, […]

FSU students produce documentary on endangered river system

A powerful new film produced by Florida State University students, spotlighting a critically endangered river system near Tallahassee, premieres at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23, at FSU’s Student Life Cinema. The one-hour documentary, “Stories from the Apalachicola: An Endangered River,” focuses on impacts of a decades-old battle over water between Florida, Georgia and Alabama. The […]

FSU professor leads mission to teach civil rights history to students and teachers in the Mississippi Delta

A Florida State University professor is leading an effort to bring to life and celebrate the powerful contributions of 1960s civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer, while empowering youth through the art of filmmaking. Davis W. Houck, FSU’s Fannie Lou Hamer Professor of Rhetorical Studies in the College of Communication and Information, helped conduct a […]

FSU iCamp promotes STEM education

Underrepresented high school students are getting an opportunity this summer to learn valuable skills at FSU iCamp, a six-week program that provides hands-on learning in STEM subjects: science, technology, engineering and math. FSU iCamp is a partnership between Florida State University’s College of Communication and Information, the U.S Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) and the […]