During the summer 2022 semester, Iowa State University Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication Professor Daniela Dimitrova traveled to Vienna, Austria, for a Fulbright Fellowship. The University of Vienna hosted Dimitrova as Fulbright-University of Vienna Visiting Professor of Social Sciences.
A Greenlee master’s program alumnus took talents back to a place he knew better than any other: home. Since leaving Iowa State, Dr. Etse Sikanku has invested his wealth of knowledge to challenge the systematic barriers of research in Ghana.
Since leaving Iowa State, Dr. Etse Sikanku has invested his wealth of knowledge to challenge the systematic barriers of research in Ghana.
Graduate students learned how media products can be used to tell stories, share news and unite people for a greater cause around food systems in a course taught by Laura Witzling, assistant professor in the Greenlee School.
Associate Professor Novotny Lawrence will present the Fall 2020 Dean’s Lecture on Thursday, Nov. 5 at 6 p.m. online. The lecture, “White Mansions, Black Bodies: Jordan Peele’s ‘Get Out’ and the New Age Slave Plantation,” will discuss the horror thriller, demonstrating the ways in which the director employs traditional filmmaking storytelling tropes to examine contemporary racial politics.
Dr. Mark Deuze, author of “McQuail’s Media and Mass Communication Theory,” the seminal textbook in the field, spoke to Greenlee School graduate students as a guest lecturer in Professor Daniela Dimitrova’s Fall 2020 Theories of Mass Communication course.
Jay Newell, Greenlee professor and associate director, is the 2020 recipient of the Greenlee School’s Allen Essman Faculty Fellowship recognizing excellence in advertising and/or public relations education. It was made possible by Iowa State alumna Denise Essman (’73 marketing) in memory of her late husband, Allen K. Essman, an alumnus, distinguished advertising professional and former instructor.
Second-year Greenlee master’s student Lexi He co-authored a paper with Professor Angela Powers on alternative and mainstream local news competition and the COVID-19 pandemic. She presented the research at the virtual AEJMC conference in August 2020.
Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication faculty and graduate students will serve on panels and moderate sessions at the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Aug. 5-9.
Iowa State University’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences announced today the appointment of Michael F. Dahlstrom as the 17th director of the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication at Iowa State University.
Greenlee professor Daniela Dimitrova has been named the editor of Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly by the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC). The publication is the flagship journal of the association and is considered a leader in scholarship for the field.