Lecturer Lisa Munger Oakes reports the following: The Journalism Learning Community continues to thrive this term under her leadership. The group has created a "dream resume" to help set goals for their four years at ISU and completed Gallup’s strengths finder exam to help understand how we can use our strengths to become more effective … Continue reading Munger Oakes Reports on Learning Community, AWC
Associate Professor Suman Lee reports a peer-reviewed publication with former Greenlee Professor Lulu Rodriguez: Rodriguez, L., & Lee, S. (in press). What can be gleaned from news coverage to improve science reporting and enhance public literacy about agricultural biotechnology in Ghana? Journal of Agricultural and Food Information.
Assistant Professor Su Jung Kim reports that her third-authored manuscript, "Evidence that user generated content that produces engagement increases purchase behaviors," has been accepted for publication in Journal of Marketing Management. The manuscript is co-authored with Edward Malthouse (Northwestern U), Bobby Calder (Northwestern University), and Mark Vandenbosch (University of Western Ontario). In teaching, she had … Continue reading Kim to Publish Manuscript on Link Between Engagement and Purchase Behaviors
Lecturer Catherine Huggins Advertising Campaigns class (ADVRT 434) is taking on Terrace Hill – Governor’s Residence for its project this semester. To the students’ delight, Iowa First Lady Christine Branstad paid a visit to the class this week. Mrs. Branstad, working with students as a client, is known for her work related to children, health … Continue reading ADVRT 434 Class to Work with Terrace Hill
Associate Professor Gang Han reports: His paper, titled “Making the invisible colleges visible: An author co-citation analysis of health communication scholarship, 1989-2012,” was accepted for presentation in the Health Communication Division of ICA’s annual conference in Japan in June. Besides reviewing 10 submissions for ICA’s 2016 annual conference, Han recently reviewed manuscripts for several journals, … Continue reading Han to Publish Paper on Health Communication Scholarship
Associate Director Joel Geske has had a paper accepted to Teaching Media Quarterly. It is a special edition on Teaching Black Lives Matter and titled “Riot vs. Revelry: News Bias through Visual Media.” He also was was re-appointed to the steering committee for Women’s and Gender Studies program.