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Newell Featured in Link Magazine, Collaborating Work with Des Moines Register

Associate Professor [Jay Newell]() reports the following: In teaching, the Computational Communication: Ad Creative course starts its second semester. Joining Newell are Wallapak Tavanapong and [Sherry Berghefer](). The course was featured in the latest edition of the LAS Link magazine. “Ad Principles got off to a good start,” he states, “with Wednesday Wake Up Calls … Continue reading Newell Featured in Link Magazine, Collaborating Work with Des Moines Register

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Kim Authors Research; to Present at ICA, AAA Conferences

Assistant Professor [Su Jung Kim]() reports the following: Her first-authored book chapter, "The Effects of Online Negative Word-of-Mouth: An Empirical Study," co-authored with Rebecca Wang and Edward Malthouse, has been published in Let’s Engaged! Crossing the Threshold of Marketing’s Engagement Era. Her third-authored manuscript, "Evidence that user generated content that produces engagement increases purchase behaviors," … Continue reading Kim Authors Research; to Present at ICA, AAA Conferences

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Dahlstrom to Present Research at ICA Conference

Associate Professor [Michael Dahlstrom]() reports two acceptances at the upcoming International Communication Association conference in Fukuoka, Japan. The first is a meta-analysis of narrative persuasion experiments between 2000 and 2013 and is co-authored with Jeff Niederdeppe of Cornell. The second is a study exploring the intersection between narrative persuasion and third person perceptions and is … Continue reading Dahlstrom to Present Research at ICA Conference

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Cozma to Present Papers at AEJMC, ICA Conferences

Associate Professor [Raluca Cozma]()’s paper, "How U.S. and Arab Newspapers Framed The Syrian Crisis: A Cross-National Analysis," co-authored with Claudia Kozman (Lebanese American University), was accepted for presentation at the AEJMC Southeast Colloquium in Baton Rouge, LA, March 3-5. The paper also won the top faculty paper award. Cozma also reports another paper, "International Framing … Continue reading Cozma to Present Papers at AEJMC, ICA Conferences

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Bugeja to Have Work Published, Attend Research Summit

Professor Michael Bugeja published a widely-distributed article titled “Evaluating Professionals in Academe” in Inside Higher Ed. He also reviewed a manuscript for the Journal of Mass Media Ethics. Bugeja has a brief chapter about the Iowa caucus in The 21stCentury Voter, edited by his former Ohio University colleague Guido H. Stempel and past Scripps News … Continue reading Bugeja to Have Work Published, Attend Research Summit

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Boyles’ research to be published in Journalism Studies/Digital Journalism

Assistant Professor [Jan Lauren Boyles]() will have her research on role perceptions of data journalists published in an upcoming joint special edition of Journalism Studies/Digital Journalism. The manuscript, "Letting the Data Speak: Role Perceptions of Data Journalists in Fostering Democratic Conversation," was produced in collaboration with Greenlee master’s student, Eric Meyer. In December, Boyles also … Continue reading Boyles’ research to be published in Journalism Studies/Digital Journalism

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Jazmin Murguia Selected as 2016 MLK, Jr. Advancing One Community Award Recipient

Jazmin Murguia, senior in journalism and mass communication, has been selected as a recipient of Iowa State University’s 2016 Martin Luther King, Jr. Advancing One Community Award. Jazmin serves as the director of student diversity for ISU Student Government, is an active member of Latinos United for Change/Students Against Bigotry and has participated in the … Continue reading Jazmin Murguia Selected as 2016 MLK, Jr. Advancing One Community Award Recipient