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COMM alumnus wins Daytime Emmy Award

July 21, 2014
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At just 22 years old and only one year after earning his bachelor’s degree, Florida State University School of Communication alumnus Steven Rodriguez can proudly list “Emmy-winner” on his résumé. Rodriguez, a producer for the Spanish-language morning show “Un Nuevo Dia” which airs on the Telemundo Network, was a part of a team that won

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Heald assumes director role at School of Communication

July 21, 2014
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Long-time faculty member Gary Heald assumed the role of director of Florida State University’s School of Communication effective July 1. The school is part of the College of Communication and Information. Heald, Theodore Clevenger Professor Emeritus, was a Florida State faculty member for nearly 34 years, serving in several capacities for the school before his retirement

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CCI faculty collaborates on study of ALS patient online community

July 14, 2014
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A group of faculty and researchers from Florida State University’s College of Communication & Information (CCI) collaborated on an analysis of discussion board data from Patients Like Me and their findings were recently published in the Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology. School of Information faculty members Michelle Kazmer, Mia Lustria and

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COMM professor guest edits for special issue of the Journal of Communication

July 9, 2014
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Florida State University School of Communication professor Arthur Raney served as guest editor for a special issue of the Journal of Communication (Volume 64, Number 3) on “Expanding the Boundaries of Entertainment Research,” which was published in June 2014. Raney, the James E. Kirk Professor of Communication and director of doctoral studies is an expert

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