Senior Lecturer Erin Wilgenbusch has a slate of activities to report, underscoring her commitment to students and the Greenlee School, writes Director Michael Bugeja. They include Wilgenbusch: Representing Greenlee as a judge for the university’s annual “Varieties” program hosted by Student Union Board. Conducting mock job interviews with student-athletes in the U St 303X class. … Continue reading Wilgenbusch Busy With Service, Teaching Commitments
Assistant Professor Dara Wald reports the following: Research: Her second-authored manuscript, “Network governance for large-scale natural resource conservation and the challenge of capture,” was published in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (IF 8.41).The manuscript was co-authored with Patrick Bixler (Texas A&M), Laura Ogden (Dartmouth College), Kirsten Leong (National Park Service), Erik Johnston (Arizona State … Continue reading Wald Reports Published Work; Teaching, Service Updates
Assistant Professor Andrew Pritchard has a peer-reviewed article in the current number of Historical Methods. The study quantifies changes in the contents of colonial Australian newspapers after the end of censorship in 1824. Pritchard also submitted three papers to the AEJMC conference (two co-authored with M.A. candidate Sisi Hu and one with honors undergraduate Elaina … Continue reading Pritchard has Article Published, Submits Three Papers to AEJMC
Associate Professor Jay Newell reports the highlight of his Ad Principles course this month was a Wednesday Wake Up Call Skype with Jamie Lauten, a media planner with the digital agency Razorfish in Seattle who works on the Hulu and Nike accounts. “Jamie credits getting her job to following up on a years-ago Wednesday Wake … Continue reading Newell Reports Teaching Updates
Assistant Professor Tracy Lucht wrote a feature article about women and journalism for the most recent issue of A Different Point of View, the quarterly newsletter of the National Women’s History Museum. She is reviewing AEJMC papers for the History Division and the Commission on the Status of Women. Also she is reviewing National Endowment … Continue reading Lucht Publishes Feature Article, Reviewing Papers, Grant Applications
Assistant Professor Su Jung Kim reports the following: Research: Her co-authored manuscript, "This must be good because everyone says so! An empirical analysis of the effect of online product reviews on purchase behavior" has been accepted for presentation at the 2016 Global Marketing Conference. Teaching: Doug Jeske, Greenlee Advisory Council member, visited Su Jung’s Strategic … Continue reading Kim Reports Research, Service, Teaching Updates
Academic Adviser Jessica Hansen’s proposal was accepted for the National NACADA Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. NACADA is the National Academic Advising Association. She will be presenting to other advisers on how to incorporate positive psychology into daily academic advising.
Professor Michael Bugeja spent a few days at Bemidji State University earlier this month on a site visit for the Mass Communication Department. “I was impressed with the dedication of the faculty to students there and the radio and television facilities that they have access to,” Bugeja said. He gave advice on stream-lining the curricula, … Continue reading Bugeja Participates on Accrediting Site Team, Submits AEJMC Papers