Greenlee graduate students were invited to participate in the Big Ten Mini-Conference held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, April 13-14. The conference focused on media-related topics and offered graduate students the opportunity to share their thesis research with those who attended.
As the Temerlin Research Fellow at Southern Methodist University’s Temerlin Advertising Institute for Education and Research, Associate Professor Jay Newell set out to define the STEM-focused skill set necessary for new ad grads.
Dara Wald and Michael Dahlstrom, both Greenlee School faculty, and Kathleen Hunt of the Department of Agricultural Education and Studies are leading a group that’s exploring how public perceptions of scientific credibility “hinder effective communication, science-based decision-making and efforts to address society’s greatest challenges.”
On the blog: Su-Yeon Cho, master’s student in journalism and mass communication, shares her experience presenting a research paper at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication and applying for doctoral programs.
Through a split appointment of the Greenlee School and Department of English, Novotny Lawrence will address teaching, research and service in areas including diversity, media and society and documentary.
Assistant Professor Kelly Winfrey will present “The Power of Women in Politics” on Thursday, March 1. The 7 p.m. public event will be held in the Farwell T. Brown Auditorium at the Ames Public Library.
“An Unprecedented Election,” a newly released book co-edited by Dianne Bystrom of the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics, features research by Greenlee Professor Daniela Dimitrova, graduate student Kimberly Nelson and Assistant Professor Kelly Winfrey.