Centers & Institutes

The College of Communication & Information hosts a number of centers and institutes that contribute to the development of new knowledge, spread of innovation, and implementation of practices well-suited to the diverse Florida communities, the nation, and the world.

Visit the Center for Hispanic Marketing and Communications website

Hispanic M.C. Center

The Center is the first of its kind in the United States devoted to educating students as well as professionals in the field. Faculty and students working with the Center are conducting ground-breaking research and serving as an innovative resource for the Hispanic marketing industry.

Visit the CEC-RAP website

Communication and Early Childhood Research and Practice Center

The Communication and Early Childhood Research and Practice Center (CEC-RAP) is designed to promote interdisciplinary contributions to the field of early intervention/education for young children with disabilities, communication disorders, and/or dual language learning needs. CEC-RAP focuses on the continued expansion of research, personnel preparation, and service delivery through collaboration with interrelated projects.

Visit the Speech and Hearing Clinic website

L.L. Schendel Speech and Hearing Clinic

The Speech and Hearing Clinic provides effective community services that improve the communication abilities of clients as well as a teaching and clinical research laboratory that seeks to develop exemplary assessment and treatment procedures.

Visit the Institute for Digital Information & Scientific Communication website

Institute for Digital Information and Scientific Communication

The institute provides a home for innovative, multidisciplinary projects centered on large-scale information creation, organization, use, and communication to address society’s grand challenges. It catalyzes new interactions between the college’s information and communication experts and those from other domains across campus.

Visit the Information Institute website

The Information Institute

The Institute conducts research that focuses on the information user, the interaction of the user with information products, services, policies, technologies, and organizations. We also conduct information policy research on current issues at every level of government related to public access, privacy, records management, and use of information in electronic forms.