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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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Lucht Elected to AJHA Board of Directors

Iowa State’s [Tracy Lucht](), assistant professor at the Greenlee School, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the American Journalism Historians Association, a high-visibility national position. Others elected with Dr. Lucht include Bowling Green State University’s Kathy Bradshaw and Eastern Kentucky’s Pam Parry. “Dr. Lucht is a brilliant instructor and scholar,” said Michael … Continue reading Lucht Elected to AJHA Board of Directors